Remember those carefree, innocent days when Pek had only two tattoos?

Happy Mondays y’all.

Oh hey! I took this one. Bradley at shootaround.

  1. Camera: Panasonic DMC-ZS3
  2. Aperture: f/4.9
  3. Exposure: 1/125th
  4. Focal Length: 49mm

thebigtre:

Both of these players make for excellent Halloween costumes.

At the top, we have an alien who looks eerily similar to former journeyman point guard and current Washington Wizards assistant coach. Below is a hairdo for the ages once sported by three-point marksman and silky-passing big man Brad Miller that’s sure to frighten those that see it.

I could have sworn I’d posted Brad with cornrows on here before. It appears I had not.

Apologies for the oversight.

Brad and Vince, just chillin’

Brad and Vince, just chillin’

thebigtre:

Remember Brad Miller’s 3-point swagger? Never forget.

thebigtre:

Remember Brad Miller’s 3-point swagger? Never forget.

thescore:

Two-time NBA All-Star Brad Miller andNew York Knicks forward Jared Jeffries killed an alligator.

thescore:

Kevin Love and Ricky Rubio honored teammate Brad Miller in there own special way last night.

nbaoffseason:

Brad Miller had a tearful good bye as he went to the bench for the final time in his playing career. 

Miller became one of the first undrafted players to make it to an All Star Team in the 2002-2003 season. There was a brief period with the Sacramento Kings when Miller had cornrows. 

(Video by firstandskol)

thescore:

Minnesota Timberwolves center Brad Miller plans to go from shooting baskets to shooting ducks after this season. He’ll be retiring at the end of this season to concentrate on his Sportsman Channel television show “Country Boys Outdoors.”

fuckyeahtimberwolves:

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DX!

Bradley is caught in the middle of a crotch-chop.

fuckyeahtimberwolves:

Wolves Fans, meet Brad Miller.
1/29/11 (via 1500 ESPN)

fuckyeahtimberwolves:

Wolves Fans, meet Brad Miller.

1/29/11 (via 1500 ESPN)

  1. Camera: Nikon D300
  2. Aperture: f/4
  3. Exposure: 1/160th
  4. Focal Length: 130mm
"The infamous microfracture procedure is always a major threat to a player’s leaping ability, speed and longevity. That was the case for Miller’s former teammate in Sacramento, forward Chris Webber, whose career was never the same after he had the surgery in 2003.
Yet as Miller joked, his situation is quite different. The veteran who went undrafted out of Purdue has long been known as one of the league’s least-athletic and slowest players, making the most of his basketball IQ, passing ability and offensive versatility.
‘I ain’t got much vertical to get back [and] it’s really not going to slow me down,’ he said. ‘[The doctors] said, “You’re the ideal candidate for this. A non-jumping, slow white guy. You shouldn’t really lose much.” No explosiveness is going to be lost here.’"