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The Portland Trail Blazers and Mike Miller have reportedly agreed to a contract buyout.

By SI Wire
September 27, 2015

The Portland Trail Blazers and forward Mike Miller have agreed to a contract buyout, reports Yahoo Sports!’ Shams Charania.

Miller was traded to the Blazers in July from the Cleveland Cavaliers. He exercised a $2.8 million contract option for the 2015–16 season, but will now enter free agency.

Miller played in 52 games with the Cavaliers last season, signing with the team after the return of LeBron James. Miller averaged 2.1 points per game while shooting 32.7% from three.

In his career, Miller has averaged 11.3 points per game on 40.7% shooting from beyond the arc. He won two championships as a member of the Miami Heat, and was the NBA Rookie of the Year in 2000–01 season with Orlando.

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