Miller will sign a two-year, $5.5M deal with Cavs, league source tells Yahoo Sports.
Pro Basketball Talk "When LeBron James chose to return home to Cleveland it was assumed that Mike Miller would likely follow him. Remember one of the reasons LeBron was frustrated with Heat ownership is they amnestied Miller (who then was healthy for a full season in Memphis). But so far, Miller has yet to agree to..." July 15
While Cavs pursue Mike Miller, Miller is getting close to agreeing to terms with Denver, source says
The Cavs are pursuing free agent shooting guard Mike Miller, sources tell @FOXSportsOH.
SB Nation "Mike Miller is no longer a member of the Miami Heat but still has a lingering legal issue with the franchise. Miller is considering filing a lawsuit against the Heat after being defrauded of $1.7 million by Haider Zafar. Zafar was not an employee of the organization but was introduced to Miller by..." October 25
Memphis Commercial Appeal "So after Mike Miller’s five years away from the Grizzlies what exactly brought him back to Memphis for a second tour of duty? Was it the fact the 6-8 forward from the University of Florida never sold his Collierville home when he was traded to Minnesota on draft night in June 2008? Was it..." July 30
Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel "A week after falling victim to the Miami Heat's position against the NBA's onerous luxury tax swingman Mike Miller has agreed to terms with the Memphis Grizzlies an NBA source confirmed Wednesday to the Sun Sentinel. Waived July 16 under the NBA's amnesty-release program Miller's 2013-14 and..." July 25
Just confirmed: Mike Miller has indeed notified Grizzlies that he's Memphis-bound
Mike Miller latest: Word is Miller is in OKC as we speak in second face-to-face meeting w/Thunder. Another face-to-face w/Grizz on tap next
Hearing: Denver has emerged as new threat in Mike Miller chase along w/OKC & MEM. Nuggets have wing PT to offer after Iguodala/Brewer exits
Source close to Mike Miller says Memphis and Oklahoma City currently are leading candidates to sign him. But he's still evaluating options.
Fox Sports Southwest "After losing Kevin Martin to the Minnesota Timberwolves, the Thunder have become thin at the shooting guard position. But now Oklahoma City has become the front-runner to sign former Miami Heat guard Mike Miller, according to Yahoo! Sports. Miller was waived by the Heat earlier this week via..." July 19
Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel "Chris Bosh spent Tuesday as guest sports editor for The Times of India during a tour to promote the NBA in Mumbai. The Heat forward provided input and offered opinions on a wide range of topics from the doping allegations against Tyson Gay and Asafa Powell to the rankings of the most world’s..." July 18
There is mutual interest between the Thunder and Mike Miller, source says. OKC can only offer minimum, but Miller is owed $13M by Miami.
ESPN.com "Former Miami Heat forward Mike Miller has cleared amnesty waivers and now is free to sign with any team, sources told ESPN.com. Miller was waived Tuesday by the Heat as part of a financial move that will save them as much as $17 million on luxury-tax payments next season. They still owe him..." July 18
Mike Miller has cleared amnesty waivers and become a free agent, league source tells Y! Sports.
Yahoo! Sports "The Cleveland Cavaliers are strongly considering making an amnesty waiver bid to claim former Miami Heat forward Mike Miller, league sources told Yahoo! Sports. Miami used the amnesty provision to free itself of the $12.8 million left on Miller's contract over the next two seasons. The decision..." July 18
Just said this on @TheTicketMiami: from what I am hearing from multiple sources, the Heat are likely to amnesty Mike Miller today.
Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel "The Miami Heat have waived swingman Mike Miller through the NBA's amnesty-release program. By waiving Miller and his $6.2 million contract for next season, the Heat realize a savings of $17 million on the NBA's luxury tax for this coming season, with that savings to rise to upward of $40..." July 16
Miami Herald "Chris Andersen’s signing, announced Wednesday, means the Heat has 14 of the 15 players from this past season’s championship team under contract for 2013-14, with Juwan Howard the only exception. The question is whether that number will shrink by one in the next week. With the Heat facing a..." July 11
ESPN.com "The Miami Heat have a $17 million decision to make in the next week. That's how much it will cost in luxury tax alone to keep Mike Miller on their roster this coming season. The Heat have until July 16 to decide whether they should release him via the amnesty provision to help weather an..." July 10
Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel "Of all the key NBA offseason personnel dates, including the July 1 start of free-agency negotiations and the July 10 start of the offseason signing and trading periods, the one that most resonates for the Heat figures to come Thursday. That's the start of the annual amnesty window, the..." July 06
Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel "Miami Heat President Pat Riley made the priority clear Wednesday during his post-championship state-of-the-team media session at AmericanAirlines Arena. "We don't like to change," he said at the same podium where his players and coach spoke the previous two days about their goal of defending..." June 27
CSN New England "Earlier in The Finals, Miami's Mike Miller was among the players who mingled around the court during media sessions while others held court behind a podium. Miller was part of the podium posse on Saturday, yet another indication of his growing influence on The Finals. He was inserted into..." June 16
ESPN.com "Looking to jump-start a sluggish offense, Miami Heat coach Erik Spoelstra is considering changing his starting lineup for Game 4 of the NBA Finals and inserting the hot-shooting Mike Miller, sources said Thursday. Miller is 10-of-11 shooting on 3-pointers in the Finals thus far and is shooting..." June 13
ESPN.com "Looking to jump-start a sluggish offense, Miami Heat coach Erik Spoelstra is changing his starting lineup for Game 4 of the NBA Finals and inserting the hot-shooting Mike Miller. Miller is 10-of-11 shooting on 3-pointers in the Finals thus far and is shooting 50 percent from behind the arc in..." June 13
Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel "There was a time, just 10 months ago, when Mike Miller not only didn't think he would be in position to challenge for playoff playing time, but wasn't sure he even would be playing. "I was very close to quitting," he said, as the Miami Heat turned their attention to Wednesday night's..." April 17
Miami Herald "Mike Miller might sometimes feel like a forgotten man on the Heat’s bench, but his folk-hero status among fans, earned in 2012 NBA Finals, has only grown with passage of time. Hobbled by a balky back, Miller hit seven three-pointers in Game 5 against the Oklahoma City Thunder and, in doing so,..." April 04
Mike Miller not with team due to cold.
Mike Miller did not participate in shootaround due to flu, listed as game-time decision, although he has fallen out of the rotation anyway.
Miami Herald "Mike Miller is feeling better than he has since signing with the Heat, but it is not translating into playing time. Once the Heat's entrenched sixth man and the team's best outside scoring threat, Miller is now 10th in playing time and averaging less than 14 minutes per game. He is shooting..." December 02
Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel "Q: Are the Heat preparing for amnestying Mike Miller by not playing him? -- Joel, Aventura. A: I can guarantee you that next July (the next time the amnesty cycle comes around) is the last thing on the mind, at the moment, of Pat Riley and certainly Erik Spoelstra. If anything, Spoelstra is..." November 08
Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel ""Practice? We're talking about practice, man. We're talking about practice. We're talking about practice?" With apologies to Allen Iverson, yes, we're talking about practice. And in the case of Miami Heat forward Mike Miller, we're talking about being denied what he and many in the..." November 04
Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel "Q: Ira, I know Mike Miller said he will be ready to go, but he always says that. Can the Heat count on him? Do they even need him? -- Ed. A: Mike was pretty good about that in our conversation, understanding that only seeing will be believing, and that his rehabilitation work will have to be..." September 17
Miami Herald "Three months later, he's still in one piece, his limbs attached to all the right places. For the first time with the Miami Heat, Mike Miller might actually start a regular season in uniform. After considering retirement during the NBA Finals and then contemplating back surgery at the completion..." September 16
Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel "Q: In the now-unlikely scenario where Mike Miller would not be able to play much of next season, how does the injury exception work? I know the Heat would get $2.9 million and yet Miller could still technically come back to play. Would Miller still count on the roster? -- Tom, New York. A: Such..." July 24
Fox Sports Florida "Mike Miller believes his balky back can improve without surgery, and he's planning to help the NBA champion Miami Heat defend their crown next season. Miller limped through much of this past season, his back pain so severe at times that he couldn't even sit on the Heat bench during games. He..." July 19
Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel "The text message was swift and to the point, only minutes after ESPN reported that he had said these NBA Finals could be the final two weeks of his career. "What!!!!" was the text message reply from Miami Heat forward Mike Miller to the Sun Sentinel. A few minutes later, after he had the..." June 12
Miami Herald "When the Heat signed Mike Miller two summers ago the team envisioned the former Sixth Man of the Year and veteran sharp-shooter as the perfect complement to the Big 3. After missing a combined 71 games during the past two seasons because of thumb, shoulder and ankle injuries and a hernia, the..." April 24
Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel "The Miami Heat reserves have always had a "stay-ready" mentality in terms of playing time. With swingman Mike Miller unavailable this three-game road trip, the Heat will turn to forward James Jones, center Dexter Pittman and even seldom-used Terrel Harris to fill the void. Miller did not travel..." March 14
Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel "Miami Heat swingman Mike Miller was left behind Monday when the team departed for the three-game trip that opens Tuesday against the Orlando Magic. Miller sprained his left ankle in the second quarter of Saturday's overtime victory over the Indiana Pacers. "It is what we thought it..." March 13
Miami Herald "The Heat is getting used to winning without Dwyane Wade. Miami is 4-0 this season in games without Wade, who missed Tuesday's 120-98 victory against the San Antonio Spurs with a sprained ankle. The Heat, which snapped a three-game losing streak, struggled through the first half at..." January 18
Miami Herald "The health of oft-injured Heat forward Mike Miller is improving at a quick rate, Heat coach Erik Spoelstra said Tuesday. Miller participated in a 45-minute shooting session Tuesday morning and then went through more shooting drills during Tuesday's pregame. "I watched his workout [Monday], and..." December 28
Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel "Mike Miller was back at Miami Heat practice Tuesday. The oft-injured swingman came off surprisingly confident that he is here to stay. Despite recently undergoing recent surgery for a sports hernia, and despite standing as a prime candidate for the Heat to unload to the amnesty provision in the..." December 07
Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel "The issue about whether the Miami Heat might cast aside Mike Miller under the league's one-time amnesty policy might already have been decided by the 3-point specialist himself. Miller confirmed Thursday to the Sun Sentinel that he underwent surgery for a sports hernia this week and could be..." December 02
Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel "The NBA lockout is real. So is amnesty. And for Mike Miller so is rehab from a pair of offseason surgeries. So, yes, that is Miller's Hillsboro Shores estate that recently was placed on the market for $9 million. And no, the Miami Heat forward is not looking to move. Or at least is hoping there..." November 10
Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel "The NBA lockout might have prevented the Miami Heat from returning to the Hurlburt Field Air Force installation for training camp, but Heat forward Mike Miller has found another way to make an impression with the military. Miller is one of nine NBA players who have committed to a USO/Armed..." October 19
Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel "At the time, Udonis Haslem was accustomed to being spoiled at the University of Florida. There, he had a training staff available to provide whatever he needed. That changed when he left college and played professionally for one season in France. Haslem quickly learned this wasn't Gainesville..." June 05
Miami Herald "Mike Miller put the hospital bracelet around his wrist the day his baby girl was born. He hasn't taken it off. He intends to wear it through the NBA Finals. The bracelet is a symbol of survival. Miller has survived. He has endured a basketball season of agony and ecstasy. First, he joined..." June 03