It wasn't long ago that Denver Nuggets' Andre Miller was the starting point guard for the Philadelphia 76ers, and after his performance in crunch-time on Wednesday, it's safe to say Miller is still holding a grudge against his former team. Miller, who made news last week when he said he didn't envision himself as a reserve, came off the bench to lead Denver to a 108-104 overtime win against the 76ers. Miller went off the in fourth quarter and hit a key shot in overtime en route to a 28-point, 10 assists, eight rebounds performance.
Starting center Nene went 8-for-15 from the field to finish with 20 points and 10 rebounds for Denver. Nuggets guards Ty Lawson (13 points) and Arron Afflalo (14 points) helped pace the Denver offense in the win.
Thaddeus Young (22 points) and Evan Turner (20 points) came off the bench to star for the 76ers in the loss.
With the road win, Denver improves to 10-5 overall. Philly falls to 10-4 with the loss.