2013-14 SEASON: Appeared in 30 games (two starts) for the Denver Nuggets, averaged 5.9 points, 2.4 rebounds and 3.3 assists in 19.0 minutes... Traded by the Denver Nuggets to the Washington Wizards as part of a 3-team trade on February 20, 2014... Appeared in 28 games (zero starts) for the Washington Wizards, averaged 3.8 points, 2.0 rebounds and 3.5 assists in 14.7 minutes. PREVIOUS SEASONS: 2012-13 (Denver): Appeared in 82 games (11 starts), averaging 9.6 points, 2.9 rebounds and 5.9 assists in 26.2 minutes . . . On 1/3 vs. MIN, became eighth player in NBA history with 15,000 points and 7,500 assists . . . Had 11 points and 12 assists in 31 minutes vs. HOU on 4/6 . . . Tallied season-high 22 points and seven assists in 33 minutes vs. DAL on 4/4 . . . Registered 21 points and eight assists in 40 minutes in a starting role vs. PHI on 3/21 . . . Posted 20 points, seven rebounds and nine assists in 23 minutes at OKC on 3/19 . . . Had eight points, six rebounds and season-high 13 assists in 29 minutes at CHI on 3/18 . . . Had 14 points, six rebounds and seven assists in 27 minutes vs. OKC on 3/1 . . . Posted 19 points (7-11 FG), seven assists and three steals in 27 minutes at WAS on 2/22 . . . Scored 17 points (8-10 FG) in 26 minutes vs. WAS on 1/18 . . . Scored 18 points in 29 minutes vs. ORL on 1/9 . . . Tallied 12 points and 10 assists in 24 minutes at LAL on 1/6 . . . Had 11 points and 10 assists in 36 minutes vs. MIN on 1/3 . . . Posted 12 points and season-high 12 assists in 41 minutes in first start of year vs. LAC on 1/1 . . . Had 12 points, nine rebounds and seven assists in 28 minutes at POR on 12/20 . . . Scored 18 points, all in the second half, in 29 minutes vs. MEM on 12/14 . . . Had team-high 19 points, five boards and seven assists in 26 minutes vs. MIA on 11/15 . . . Had 15 points, five rebounds and eight assists in 31 minutes at GSW on 11/10. 2011-12 (Denver): Appeared in all 66 games (seven starts), averaging 9.7 points, 3.3 rebounds, 6.7 assists, and 1.0 steals in 27.4 minutes . . . Had 12 points and eight assists in 26 minutes vs. LAC on 4/18 . . . Dished out a season-high 13 dimes in 26 minutes at HOU on 4/16 . . . Had 11 assists in 22 minutes vs. HOU on 4/15 . . . Tallied 20 points, six boards and six assists in 32 minutes at LAL on 4/13 . . . Handed out 12 assists in 28 minutes and moved into 10th place on NBA all-time assist list (7,398) vs. GSW on 4/9 . . . Passed Michael Adams for 3rd place on Nuggets all-time assists list at LAC on 2/22 . . . Had 21 points and 10 assists in 36 minutes at OKC on 2/19 . . . Exploded for 28 points, eight rebounds and 10 assists in 39 minutes at PHI on 1/18 . . . Had 12 points and 12 assists in 38 minutes vs. NJN on 1/11 . . . Surpassed Dan Issel (2,005 assists) for 5th place on the Nuggets all-time assists list at SAS on 1/7 . . . Had 18 points, five boards, five assists and three steals in 27 minutes in the season opener at DAL on 12/26. 2010-11 (Portland): Appeared in 81 games (all starts), notching averages of 12.7 points (career-best 85.3% FT), 3.7 rebounds, a team-best 7.0 assists and 1.41 steals (second on team) in 32.7 minutes . . . Ranked 13th in league in assists per game . . . Led team in assists in 66 of his 81 games . . . Finished second on team with 11 double-doubles . . . Scored in double figures 53 times, including eight games with at least 20 points . . . Passed out double digits in assists 15 times . . . Notched his 7,000th career assist while dishing a game-high 12 dimes April 7 at Utah . . . Scored a season-high 27 points to go along with 11 assists on Feb. 7 vs. Chicago . . . Hit 31 straight free throws from Nov. 16 to Dec. 5. 2009-10 (Portland): Averaged 14.0 points, 3.2 rebounds, 5.4 assists and 30.5 minutes in 82 games (66 starts) . . . Ranked 20th in league in assists, leading squad a team-high 45 times (inc. ties) . . . Team went 44-22 in his 66 starts . . . Rang up a career-high 52 points, tied for the second-highest scoring total in franchise history, on a franchise-record and NBA season-high 22 field goals (of 31) Jan. 30 at Dallas . . . Miller became the first player to take 30-plus shots and shoot at least 71.0 percent from the field since Shaquille O'Neal (22-31) on April 20, 1994 . . . 2008-09 (Philadelphia): Started all 82 games for Philadelphia, averaging 16.3 points (second on team), 4.5 rebounds, 6.5 assists (led team) and 1.33 steals (tied, second on team) in 36.3 minutes . . . Ranked 14th in NBA in assists and 15th in assist-to-turnover ratio (2.68) . . . Tied for 15th in league in steals. 2007-08 (Philadelphia): Started all 82 games with Philadelphia, averaging a career-high 17.0 points to go with 4.0 rebounds, 6.9 assists and 1.28 steals in 36.8 minutes . . . Shot a career-high 49.2 percent from the floor . . . Twice named Eastern Conference Player of the Week . . . Ranked 10th in NBA in assists. 2006-07(Denver-Philadelphia): Appeared in 80 games (79 starts) with Philadelphia and Denver, averaging 13.4 points, 4.4 rebounds, 7.8 assists and 1.38 steals in 37.1 minutes . . . In 57 games played (56 starts) for the 76ers, averaged 13.6 points, 4.4 rebounds, 7.3 assists and 1.28 steals in 37.6 minutes . . . Traded from Denver to Philadelphia on Dec. 19, 2006, but weather issues delayed his physical until Dec. 22, 2006; since the trade was not yet official, he was not credited with missing the games on Dec. 20 or Dec. 22, keeping his streak of active games played alive . . . Ranked seventh in assists per game, 20th in steals per game and 15th in assist-to-turnover ratio (2.82). 2005-06 (Denver): Appeared in all 82 games for the third-straight season and fifth time in his career . . . Averaged 13.7 ppg, 8.2 apg, 4.3 rpg and 1.29 spg in 35.8 minutes . . . Ranked sixth in the NBA in assists . . . Ranked 26th (tied) in steals . . . Handed out 674 assists, the third-highest single-season total in Nuggets history . . . Assists average was fourth-highest in team history . . . Scored in double figures 60 times, including 16 games of 20+ and one of 30+ . . . Dished out at least 10 assists 27 times . . . Grabbed double-digit rebounds twice . . . Posted 20 double-doubles â€“ 18 with points and assists, one with points and rebounds and one with assists and rebounds . . . Led the Nuggets in scoring three times, rebounding twice and assists 66 times . . . Scored his 8,000th career point vs. Utah on 3/29 . . . Registered at least 10 points, five rebounds and five assists 24 times . . . Had a season-high 15 assists vs. Charlotte on 2/21 . . . Made the game-winning basket and steal vs. Portland on 2/4 . . . Handed out his 4,000th career assist vs. L.A. Clippers on 1/27 . . . Scored a season-high 33 points vs. the Hornets on 11/30 . . . Nearly missed a triple-double with 10 points, 10 rebounds and nine assists and a season-high six steals in vs. New Jersey on 11/28 . . . Missed a triple-double by one point, tallying nine points, 10 rebounds and 13 assists vs. the Kings on 11/9. 2004-05 (Denver): Played in all 82 games . . . Averaged 13.7 ppg, 4.1 rpg and team highs of 6.9 apg and 1.48 spg . . . Ranked eighth in the NBA in assists and 18th (tied) in steals . . . Shot a career-best .477 from the field (33rd in NBA) and a career-high .838 from the free-throw line (35th) . . . Had 13 double-doubles . . . Scored in double figures 61 times, including 13 games with 20 or more and two with 30+ . . . Dished out at least 10 assists 16 times and had one double-digit rebounding game . . . Had a season-high 17 assists vs. Seattle on 4/9 . . . Scored a season-high 34 points at Washington on 12/8. 2003-04 (Denver): Played and started all 82 games . . . Averaged 14.8 ppg, 6.1 apg, 4.5 rpg and 1.73 spg in 34.6 minutes . . . Led the team in assists and steals and ranked second in scoring and ranked 10th in the NBA in both categories . . . Led or tied for the team lead in assists 54 times, scoring 16 times and rebounds five times . . . Scored in double figures 67 times, with 19 games of 20 or more and one game of 30+ . . . Grabbed 10+ rebounds four times and dished out 10+ assists 11 times . . . Posted 11 double-doubles and one triple-double . . . 142 steals were the most by a Nugget since Mark Macon had 154 in 1991-92 . . . Registered his sixth career triple-double with 24 points, 10 rebounds and 10 assists, along with four steals vs. Minnesota on 1/26. 2002-03 (L.A. Clippers): Averaged 13.6 ppg, 6.7 apg, 4.0 rpg and 36.4 minutes in 80 games played . . . Ranked first on the team in games played (80), games started (80) and minutes played (2,913) . . . Scored in double figures 56 times, including 15 games of 20+ and one of 30+ . . . Ranked ninth in the league in assists . . . Led the team with 537 assists . . . Led the team in assists 60 times and steals 31 times . . . Dished out at least 10 assists 15 times . . . Posted 12 double-doubles on the season . . . Missed two games due to a high left ankle sprain . . . 11/28 vs. New Jersey, matched his career high with 37 points and handed out a season-high 16 assists. 2001-02 (Cleveland): Averaged 16.5 ppg, 10.9 apg, 4.7 rpg, 1.56 spg and 37.3 minutes in 81 games (all starts) . . . Led the NBA in assists per game and total assists (882) . . . Ranked second in triple-doubles (three), fifth in total double-doubles (43) and fifth in assist-to-turnover ratio (3.6) . . . Was the only player in the NBA to average a points/assists double-double during the season and he led the league in points/assists double-doubles (43) . . . Led Cleveland in assists, steals and minutes and finished second in scoring . . . 882 assists on the year were the most in Cavaliers history . . . Named Eastern Conference Player of the Week for the week ending 12/9 and the for the week ending 2/17, becoming the first player in Cavaliers history to win the award twice in one season . . . Led the Cavs in assists in 79 of 81 games . . . Had 49 games of 10+ assists, including 16 games of 15+ assists . . . Reached double-figures in scoring on 67 occasions, including 25 games of 20+ points and six games of 30+ points . . . Missed one game due to a severe contusion of his right shoulder . . . 12/15 vs. Philadelphia, tallied a career-high and Gund Arena record 22 assists (also the second-most assists in Cavs history) in addition to recording a career-high, NBA season-high and Gund Arena record nine steals in the contest . . . 12/19 at Boston, recorded 36 points (14-18 FG) . . . 2/28 vs. San Antonio, scored a career-high 37 points . . . 4/6 vs. Chicago, recorded 23 points, 16 assists and seven steals. 2000-01 (Cleveland): Averaged 15.8 ppg, 8.0 apg, 4.4 rpg, 1.45 spg and 34.7 minutes in 82 games (all starts) . . . Ranked sixth in the NBA and first in the Eastern Conference in assists per game while ranking fifth in the league in total assists . . . Recorded 22 double-doubles on the year (21 - points-assist, 1 - points-rebounds) . . . Handed out 10+ assists on 24 occasions . . . Participated in the Schick Rookie Challenge during All-Star Weekend for the second consecutive season, tallying two points, two assists and two steals for the Sophomore team. 1999-00 (Cleveland): Averaged 11.1 ppg, 5.8 apg, 3.4 rpg and 1.02 spg in 82 games (36 starts) . . . Selected to the NBA All-Rookie First Team . . . Had 10 games of 10+ assists . . . Tallied 21 points and five rebounds in the 2000 Schick Rookie Challenge . . . 2/5 vs. Atlanta, recorded a triple-double with 28 points, 10 rebounds and 12 assists in 47 minutes. CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Selected by Cleveland Cavaliers in first round (8th overall pick) in 1998 NBA Draft . . . Traded to L.A. Clippers along with G Bryant Smith in exchange for F Darius Miles and F Harold Jamison on 7/30/02 . . . Signed as a free agent by Denver Nuggets on 8/1/03 . . . Traded to Philadelphia, along with F Joe Smith and two 2007 first round draft picks, in exchange for G Allen Iverson and F Ivan McFarlin on 12/19/06 . . . Signed as a free agent by Portland on 7/24/09 . . . Acquired by Denver from Portland as part of a three-team (Dallas) draft-night trade, along with G Jordan Hamilton and a future 2nd round draft pick, in exchange for G Raymond Felton on 6/23/11 . . . Signed a contract extension with the Nuggets on 7/11/12... As part of a 3-team trade on February 20, 2014, traded by the Denver Nuggets to the Washington Wizards; the Denver Nuggets traded a 2016 2nd round draft pick to the Philadelphia 76ers; the Philadelphia 76ers traded a 2014 2nd round draft pick to the Washington Wizards; the Washington Wizards traded Jan Vesely to the Denver Nuggets; and the Washington Wizards traded Eric Maynor and a 2015 2nd round draft pick to the Philadelphia 76ers. COLLEGE: Averaged 12.1 ppg, 5.4 apg and 4.8 rpg over his four-year collegiate career at the University of Utah . . . Finished his career as Utah's all-time leader in steals (254) and second in all-time assists (721). 1998-99: Averaged 15.8 ppg, 5.6 apg and 5.4 rpg in 33 games . . . The recipient of the 1998-99 WAC Joe Kearney Award, honoring the conference's male athlete of the year . . . Was named First Team All-America by The Associated Press, the NABC and the USBWA . . . Was also named the 1999 WAC Player of the Year and was named First Team All-WAC and All-Defensive Team . . . Also named to The Sporting News All-America First Team at the conclusion of his senior season. 1997-98: Tallied 14.2 ppg, 5.2 apg and 5.4 rpg in 34 games played . . . Named Honorable Mention All-America by The Associated Press . . . Helped lead the Utes to the NCAA Championship Game . . . Recorded 16 points and 14 rebounds in NCAA Semifinal win over North Carolina . . . Recorded a triple-double in Utah's upset victory over Arizona in the West Regional Final with 18 points, 14 rebounds and 13 assists. 1996- 97: Averaged 9.8 ppg, 6.1 apg and 4.7 rpg in 33 games . . . Named to the All-WAC Defensive Team by both coaches and media . . . Helped lead Utah to the Elite Eight of the NCAA Tournament. 1995-96: Averaged 8.6 ppg, 4.6 apg and 3.7 rpg in 34 games . . . Named to the All-WAC Newcomer Team. 1994-95: Did not play, ineligible. PERSONAL: Full name is Andre Lloyd Miller . . . Earned a degree in Sociology at the University of Utah in the spring of 1998 . . . Was a member of the USA Basketball 2002 Men's World Championship Team . . . Led Verbum Dei to a 29-3 record and the CIF 4A Championship during his senior year . . . Was CIF 4A Player of the Year as a senior . . . High school league MVP in football as a quarterback . . . The person he most admired when growing up was his mother, Andrea Robinson.