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22 Vines in Memory of Andre Miller as a Wizard

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Updated: February 20, 2015

[Prof. Andre Miller tells it like it was -- screen shot via Monumental Sports]

[Prof. Andre Miller tells it like it was — screen shot via Monumental Sports]

Adjunct Professor Andre Miller is gone but not forgotten, alive and not dead. He played 79 regular season games with the Wizards (over two seasons) and appeared in 11 playoff games with Washington (last season). His regular season PER of 14.4 wasn’t great, wasn’t bad, was totally needed at one time. Just not now. Another bonus, sort of, is that despite poor defense (as one would expect), ‘Dre Miller was shooting a career-high 57.5 percent from the field this season (and his overall 55.9 percent shooting with Washington ranks tops in comparison to his field goal percentage with each of his previous five NBA teams). Thus, we remember the Professor with 22 Vines from the 2014-15 season, categorized by lobs, lessons, paint jobs, jumpers, and old man/young man moments. Hopefully these don’t break your computer and/or Web browser like a 39-year old ligament, but they probably totally will. Sorry.


 

Lob University.

To Martell Webster.

To Bradley Beal.

To Otto Porter.

To Bradley Beal (Game Winner).


 

Lessons for Free.

vs. JaVale McGee.

vs. Russell Westbrook.

vs. Austin Rivers.

vs. Kendrick Perkins.

vs. Joe Ingles.

vs. Jerryd Bayless.


 

Some Jumpers.


 

Paint Jobs.


 

Young Man Moments.


 

Old Man Moments.


 

The End.

 

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Kyle founded TAI in 2007 and has been weaving in and out the world of Wizards ever since, ducking WittmanFaces, jumping over G-Wiz, and avoiding stints on the DNP-Conditioning list. He has covered the Washington pro basketball team as a member of the media since 2009. Kyle lives in D.C. with his wife, loves basketball, and has no pets.