Brad Miller signs with the Rockets

Chicago Bulls center Brad Miller (R) handles the ball as Orlando Magic forward Matt Barnes defends during the fourth quarter at the United Center in Chicago on January 2, 2010. The Bulls won 101-93. UPI/Brian Kersey Photo via Newscom

You can tell things are slowing down in NBA free agency when I dedicate a whole post to the 34-year-old Brad Miller and his new deal with the Houston Rockets.

Veteran center Brad Miller has agreed to a three-year contract worth $15 million with the Houston Rockets.

Miller attracted interested from numerous other teams but was strongly lobbied to move to Houston by Rockets coach Rick Adelman, who coached him in Sacramento, and guard Kevin Martin, who was Miller’s teammate on the Kings.

Miller said the opportunity was “too good of a deal to pass up,” according to the Chicago Tribune.

This headline jumped out to me because there was some talk about Miller joining the Super Friends in Miami and he ended up taking a far more lucrative deal to play in Houston with his old coach.

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