Andre Miller looked like he was just going to dribble out the final 2.6 seconds of the first quarter of last night’s Nuggets – Raptors game. I mean, the Nuggets were already up 25-12. Seemingly on a whim, Miller hoisted a shot from between half court and 3/4 court. Of course it hit nothing but the bottom of the net. Miller finished 1-5 from behind the arc in the Nuggets 96-81 victory. Obviously, he enjoys a high degree of difficulty.
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