Miller had reportedly agreed to a new three-year deal back on July 1, but due to the nature of NBA free agency, no players were allowed to officially sign new contracts until July 11.
The Nuggets hope that Miller can continue to be a key contributor off the bench, much as he was in the lockout-shortened 2011-12 NBA season. Miller led the team in assists last season, averaging 6.7 per game in 27.4 minutes. He also racked up 9.7 points per game.
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