Really, the 76ers treated Andre Miller as nice as they could during his 2½ seasons.
He started every game. He had a nice locker in the corner. The players seemed to like him.
Yet something seemed to set Miller off.
He had 28 points, 10 assists and eight rebounds. So it was only fitting that Miller scored the go-ahead basket with 42.9 seconds left in overtime, then sealed the Sixers' 108-104 loss Wednesday when he intercepted Jrue Holiday's pass with 3.2 seconds left.
Miller's playmaking too much for 76ers
Courier-Post | Jan 19