NBA Experience: 14 Seasons (1999 - Present)
Teams played for: Cleveland Cavaliers (1999-2002), Los Angeles Cippers (2002-2003), Denver Nuggets (2003-2006), Philadelphia 76ers (2006-2009), Portland Trail Blazers (2009-2011), Denver Nuggets (2011-present)
A 14-year veteran of the Association, there's little that Andre Miller hasn't seen during his NBA tenure, except for a championship ring that is. The swingman has played for five different clubs, was crowned the NBA assists leader after the 2002 season, and is now in his second stint with the Denver Nuggets. Miller started off this years playoffs on fire, averaging 14 ppg and hitting the game-winning layup in Game 1 of Denver's first round series against the Warriors. However, an astounding 38-3 regular season home record, and a stellar post-season performance by Miller, wouldn't be enough to save the Nuggets from going down in six to Golden State. With George Karl and the Nuggets having recently parted ways, 37-year-old Andre Miller's odds of ever attaining the ultimate prize seem to be hanging in the balance.