Mike Miller played efficiently for the Wizards last season. As both a Thunder and a Wizards fan, I would love to say that he played well, but his reluctance to shoot hampered his production, despite very high shooting percentages. However, he brings a very interesting skillset, a level of experience, and could help this Thunder team.
A significant reason for an offense that at times was stagnant was our shooting. While we are capable of making long-range shots, there were stretches where we would become dependent on them. While many call for a big man who could punish the paint or hope for an offensively developed Serge Ibaka, why not expand on a strategy already in place? Rather than trying to reduce shot attempts, why not add in an efficient 3-point shooter, who was cited as "showcasing an incredible ability to fit in with almost any team by seamlessly moving from shooter to distributor," in an end-of-the-season player evaluation over at Bullets Forever. He is a player who would not disrupt chemistry and could bring a consistent threat from deep. I would like to sign him to a one year contract and see what happens, as he is not expected to return to Washington. What do you think, Loud City?