[Only registered and activated users can see images. Click Here To Register...]. With free agent dollars drying up and more teams exercising fiscal responsibility, Miller is one high-profile free agent who is falling through the cracks. Miller's loss could be a huge gain for the Knicks, who would significantly upgrade their point-guard position by adding a player who helped transform the Sixers from a lottery team to solid playoff team after he came over from Denver in the Allen Iverson trade.
Just a rumor for now but I wouldn't mind Andre Miller at all. Very solid PG.
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He's okay. Doesn't give you flashy plays but he does bring composure and stableness that teams need at the PG position.
Plus, any FA point guard would be an upgrade over duhon.
Getting Andre Miller would be somewhat of an improvement at the point. Miller has shown to changed a lottery team to a playoff team even though they lost in the first round every year but he still good. Do not get me wrong Duhon showed last season that he could play in this system but I do not see him being a franchise point guard. Miller has a more experience and great leadership skills. Duhon is obviously a better shooter but is he a better point guard? But now I am debating whether the Knicks should offer him a 1 year deal or 3 year. He is only 33 years old and has a lot to offer.
He'd cost a good amount of money, probably the full MLE. I don't think we should get him unless we're really confident that we can get rid of Curry and Jeffries...
i want sessions more, theres no offers with this guy so if we make him a fair offer he'll accept
I strongly agree. Im surprised a young up and coming pg like sessions hasnt received any free agent buzz. After drafting Jennings Im pretty sure the Bucks wouldnt match our offer. He would be a steal for the MLE
Originally Posted by DaTPRiNCE
andrea is an awesome pg, but at this stage in his career, Id rather take a chance on Sessions or even Jarret Jack
just an update from the post
Walsh also appears close to making Sixers point guard Andre Miller a formal offer for the one-year, $5.8 million midlevel exception, feeling there is a chance of stealing him. The Sixers will not offer Miller more than a one-year deal.
Miller will be 34 next season and the Sixers are going with youth. A Sixers source said Philadelphia general manager Ed Stefanski is talking to several teams about sign-and-trades but has yet to hear from the Knicks. The source said it is doubtful the Sixers and Knicks could reach a sign-and-trade deal. Miller is not the player he once was, doesn't play high-tempo, but is an upgrade over Chris Duhon.
The bigger question is why we haven't gone after Ramon Sessions yet
I mean, he's young and has huge upside...why not?
Knicks officially offered Andre a one year MLE offer according to a tweet.