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Former Miami Hurricane Jordan Miller Is Dominating In The NBA G-League

The Clippers 2023 Second Rounder and Standout Hurricane Is Leading The G-League In Scoring

Jordan Miller wasn't the flashiest player at his time in Miami. Transferring from George Mason after three seasons, Miller was an instant impact and spent his final two years in the Gables.

Being a do-it-all player for Jim Larrañaga, he made the Elite Eight in both of his seasons as well as the Final Four in 2023. All of this success helped earn Miller that label as one of college basketball's most underrated players.

Today, Miller is still chasing his NBA dreams as he was drafted 48th overall by the Los Angeles Clippers this past summer. He continues to have the Larrañaga influence, however, as Jim's son Jay Larrañaga is an assistant for the Clipper.

Due to being drafted to one of the best teams in the league with great depth on the wings, Miller has only played three games and 12 minutes so far this season. However, he's making his name in the NBA's G-League.

As of today, Miller leads the G-League in scoring with 28.5 points per game across six games played in the regular season. The rest of his stats are as follows:

2023-24 Regular Season Stats (as of 1/12): 28.5 PPG, 8.7 RPG, 2.3 APG, 1.2 SPG, 52.4/35.5/88.9 shooting splits 

Miller's last game was a standout performance, scoring 36 points on 73.3% shooting against the Stockton Kings in a 125-114 loss. Miller's team, the Ontario Clippers, will be in action next this Sunday as they take on the Memphis Hustle.

It's only a matter of time for Miller before he sees more action in the NBA if he continues to put up these stats. His Miami teammate and fellow rookie, Isaiah Wong, is averaging 14.5 points per game on a loaded Indiana Mad Ants team.

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