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Longtime NBA swingman Mike Miller has been waived by the Denver Nuggets, the team announced Tuesday.
Miller, 37, won an NBA championship with the Miami Heat in 2012. He also played for the Cleveland Cavaliers during their run to the Finals in 2015. Miller recently indicated he had hoped to play another season.
He averaged just 1.9 points in 20 games with Denver last year.
Both Miller and James Jones of the Cavs are veteran sharpshooters who could potentially retire this summer after spending the later years of their careers becoming close with LeBron James.
Like James, Jones has made seven straight Finals appearances.
Miller has played 17 years in the NBA and along with the Cavaliers, Nuggets and Heat, has spent time with the Orlando Magic, Memphis Grizzlies, Washington Wizards and Minnesota Timberwolves.