Two-time All-Star Brad Miller intends on retiring at season's end, according to Marc Spears of Yahoo Sports (via Twitter). The Timberwolves center plans to turn his attention to his hunting TV show after walking away from the game.
In 14 NBA seasons, Miller has suited up for six different clubs and had two separate stints with the Bulls. The soon-to-be 36-year-old averaged 11.3 PPG and 7.2 RPG for his career.
Miller has a $5.1MM team option for next season that comes with a very small buyout, tweets Jerry Zgoda of the Star Tribune. If Miller is interested, Wolves president David Kahn would like to see him remain with the organization in some capacity after he's done playing, Zgoda tweets.