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No. 87: Greatest Clippers of All-Time: Andre Miller

One of the better PG’s in NBA history spent a year in LA

Andre Miller

Andre Miller

Time with Clippers: 2002-2003

Stats: 13.6 PPG, 6.7 APG, 1.2 SPG, 80 G, 36.4 MPG, 40.6 FG%

Win Shares: 4.6

During the stretch of 17 years in the NBA, Andre Miller spent one in Los Angeles with the Clippers. During the 2002-2003 NBA campaign, Miller was the starting point guard for the Clips. He played in 80 games, starting all 80 of them.

The year prior with Cleveland, Miller averaged a league-best 10.9 assists. That number came down while with in LA, as he averaged just under seven assists a game. He was still great at distributing the ball, as he had 15 games with at least 10 assists. His best outing came on November 28 in a win against the Nets. Miller dropped 37 points with 16 assists. For good measure, he added three rebounds and two steals. He’s one of two Clippers to ever drop 37/16 in a game. The other? Chris Paul.

Miller was also a great scorer for the Clips, as he averaged 14 points a game. He scored at least 18 points 22 separate times. Not bad coming from your starting point guard.

That offseason, Miller signed a free-agent contract with the Denver Nuggets, ending his short stint in Los Angeles.

Andre Miller moves the ball

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