Former King Miller reflects on career, looks ahead to retirement | News
SACRAMENTO, CA - Former King and Sacramento resident Brad Miller, who said he plans to retire at the end of the season, likely made his final appearance at Power Balance Pavilion last Tuesday, as the Kings defeated the Minnesota Timberwolves 116-108.
Miller's 14-year NBA career included five and a half with Sacramento and he said they stand out as the best years of his profession.
In Tuesday's game, Minnesota head coach, and former Kings head coach Rick Adelman inserted Miller in to the starting lineup. He quickly produced 11 points and six assists in the defeat.
As Miller embraces his final remaining games left before likely ending his pro-career, he said he's ready for life after baseketball.
This summer, Miller will embark on a new profession - that of a reality TV star begins shooting in July for the Sportsman's Channel.