The Billy Gillispie era at Kentucky: an oral history
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Rotowire: Jan 14 / 3:19p ET
News: The Clippers opted not to sign Miller to a 10-day contract, the Los Angeles Times reports.
Impact: After being released by the Pelicans last month, Miller returned home to Kentucky to work out privately. That may not have been his wisest decision, as the Clippers decided during Tuesday's workout that Miller was not in sufficient game shape. "If he had come in great [shape], we probably still would have waited just to try to get him in basketball shape," coach Doc Rivers said. "I'm sure that's what he's going to do." While the Clippers moved on and signed veteran Dahntay Jones to a 10-day deal Wednesday, Rivers left door open, stating that the Clippers may consider signing Miller later in the season.
Rotowire: Jan 13 / 2:46p ET
News: Miller has signed a 10-day contract with the Clippers, Yahoo! Sports' Adrian Wojnarowski reports.
Impact: He was waived by the Pelicans back in November, but will offer depth to the Clippers' main weak spot -- the wing. Matt Barnes should continue to start, but Miller figures to be just as likely as Chris Douglas-Roberts or Reggie Bullock to see minutes off the bench at the three.