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Brad Miller's stay in Minnesota will be just one year as he's made plans to retire at season's end.
Miller told reporters before the Timberwolves win over the Golden State Warriors on Monday that he plans to retire at season's end to focus on his hunting television show: "Country Boys Outdoors". "For anyone that is listening, I'm going to retire after this season. It's time to concentrate on 'Country Boys'. I'm done."
Miller has been a veteran presence for the TWolves this season and his knowledge obtained from Rick Adelman's system after years with him in Sacramento & Houston. He's been a big help to the Wolves' big men such as Kevin Love, Nikola Pekovic, Derrick Williams etc.
This ends Miller's 14-year NBA career. Over 14 years, Miller has averaged 11.3ppg & 7.2rpg. Miller has played for six different teams in that time: the Charlotte Hornets, Chicago Bulls, Indiana Pacers, Sacramento Kings, Houston Rockets & Minnesota Timberwolves.
Miller is more of a locker room & veteran presence for Minnesota this season. He's only played in 7 games this season.
The Timberwolves hold a $5.1million team option for him next season and are expected to agree with him to a small buyout. David Kahn said that he'd like Miller to remain with the team in some capacity if he's interested.
In “Country Boys Outdoors” Miller and his long-time friend Jon Brunson travel the globe, big-game hunting. “Country Boys Outdoors” was selected best new series at the 2009 Sportsman Choice Awards.
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