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Local flavor in the NBA: Fredette and Davies finish regular season on a high note

Published: Thursday, April 24 2014 2:18 p.m. MDT

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Miller has been a nice fit since a mid-season trade brought him to Washington. Miller took over the role as the Wizards' backup point guard and has provided a nice lift off the bench when John Wall gets a break. During the regular season, Miller played 14.7 minutes a night in 28 games in Washington and averaged 3.8 points, two rebounds and 3.5 assists.

During the first two games of the Wizards' playoff run, Miller has looked to score and has been able to do so in limited minutes. In Washington's game one win over the Chicago Bulls, Miller registered 10 points on 5-of-7 shooting in 13:39 on the floor. He followed that up with an eight-point performance in 9:27 of action, as the Wizards knocked off the Bulls for the second time in three days.
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Moracle
Blackshear, GA

I sometimes wonder if teams are reluctant to play Jimmer because they're afraid he will become a star and turn the spotlight away from the coaches and other players....? Just sayin...

Downtime
Saint George, UT

@moracle...I am a Fredette fan through and through. Your comment is one of the more ridiculous I read in quite a while.

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