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Brad Miller - C, 7'0, 261
Retired - Retired after 2012 season
       Date of birth: 04/12/1976
       Country: USA
     Drafted (NBA): Undrafted, 1998
     Out of: Purdue
  NBA Experience: 14 years
  Hand: Right



Date
League
Transaction
6th August, 1998 Italy Signed a one year contract with Livorno
14th January, 1999 Italy Left Livorno.
21st January, 1999 NBA Signed a guaranteed two year minimum salary contract with Charlotte.
7th September, 2000 NBA Signed a three year, $13.2 million offer sheet with Chicago.
27th September, 2000 NBA Charlotte declined to match Chicago's offer sheet.
19th February, 2002 NBA Traded by Chicago, along with Ron Artest, Ron Mercer and Kevin Ollie, to Indiana in exchange for Jalen Rose, Travis Best, Norm Richardson and a 2002 second round pick (#43, Lonny Baxter).
24th July, 2003 NBA As a part of a three team deal, signed and traded by Indiana with a seven year, $67.375 million contract to Sacramento in exchange for Scot Pollard from Sacramento and Danny Ferry from San Antonio.
18th February, 2009 NBA Traded by Sacramento, along with John Salmons, to Chicago in exchange for Andres Nocioni, Drew Gooden, Michael Ruffin and Cedric Simmons.
20th July, 2010 NBA Signed a three year, $14,256,000 contract with Houston.
2011 NBA Draft NBA Traded by Houston, along with the draft rights to Nikola Mirotic (#23) and a 2013 first round pick (#26, Andre Roberson), to Minnesota in exchange for the draft rights to Donatas Motiejunas (#20), Jonny Flynn and a 2012 second round pick (#40, Will Barton).
13th July, 2012 NBA Traded by Minnesota, along with a 2013 second round pick (#52, Lorenzo Brown) and a 2016 second round pick (#35, Rade Zagorac), to New Orleans in exchange for a protected 2017 second round pick (not conveyed).
27th July, 2012 NBA As a part of a three team deal, traded by New Orleans to Phoenix, along with Jerome Dyson, and along with a 2013 second round pick (#52, Lorenzo Brown) and a 2016 second round pick (the same pick as above, thus further obligations are extinguished) to Minnesota, in exchange for a signed-and-traded Robin Lopez, Hakim Warrick and cash from Phoenix.
31st July, 2012 NBA Waived by Phoenix.
When: Where:
1994 - 1998 Purdue (NCAA)
August 1998 - January 1999 Livorno (Italy, Serie A2)
January 1999 - June 2000 Charlotte Hornets (NBA)
September 2000 - February 2002 Chicago Bulls (NBA)
February 2002 - June 2003 Indiana Pacers (NBA)
July 2003 - February 2009 Sacramento Kings (NBA)
February 2009 - June 2010 Chicago Bulls (NBA)
July 2010 - June 2011 Houston Rockets (NBA)
June 2011 - July 2012 Minnesota Timberwolves (NBA)
July 2012 New Orleans Hornets (NBA)
July 2012 Phoenix Suns (NBA)
From blog:


   Where Are They Now, 2010; Part 59
2010-04-21

[...] Speaking of the Knicks need for a centre, the following headline is from February:

"Walsh Traded Picks After Receiving Inside Information On Free-Agency?


And this headline is from yesterday:

"Knicks May Turn To Brad Miller At Centre."


Bad times.

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   Bookkeeping The Retired Guys, 2013 Edition
2013-03-19

Brad Miller - Gone huntin'.

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   All-Star memories: Michael Jordan’s last hurrah
2012-02-26

[...] The All-Star game itself was not half bad, either. The first and thus far only All-Star game to go to double overtime, it saw 300 total points scored, an in-his-prime Allen Iverson doing what an in-his-prime Allen Iverson did at All-Star games, and an in-his-prime Kevin Garnett dominate proceedings on his way to the MVP trophy. Shaq faced off with Brad Miller for the first significant time since Shaq tried to kill him, an amusing in-game report spoke of Antoine Walker and Paul Pierce’s outrages at playing so few minutes, Yao Ming looked woefully out of place on his way to two points and two rebounds, and the close finish saw the game’s very best turn up the intensity and play at something resembling their very hardest. It was good fun to watch, right down to the Zydrunas Ilgauskas experience. Even the 52 turnovers were aesthetically pleasing.

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