Mike Miller has been a big part of the Philadelphia 76ers since his rookie season.

He was the only member of the team to be named a All-Star.

But after a rough stretch in the 2015-16 season, Miller decided to call it a day.

He has been the team’s leading scorer this season with 27.9 points per game and is averaging 20.9 over the last five games.

But the Sixers have a decision to make.

They can either keep Miller on the roster through the 2017-18 season, where he is a free agent after this season, or they can cut him and make room for a younger point guard in the summer of 2019.

And, Miller’s decision to leave his contract will be one of the more difficult decisions the 76ers will make this summer.

Here are some of the things that made Miller decide to retire: The trade deadline came and went on July 7, 2019, and the 76, who had been a perennial contender in the Eastern Conference, were one of only two teams to miss the playoffs.

But Miller was still able to put together one of his best seasons ever with 28.9 per game, which was the highest scoring average of his career.

He also had an incredible season with a career-high 27.3 points per contest.

His team-leading averages for assists and rebounds this season are second only to Kobe Bryant, and he has also posted a career high in steals.

The 76ers have won three straight games and are in the midst of a three-game winning streak.

Miller has averaged 20.3 rebounds and 5.9 assists per game this season.

The team has won seven of its last eight games and is currently tied with the Boston Celtics for the third-best record in the NBA.

Miller had a career year in 2019-20, averaging 21.7 points per 100 possessions and finishing third in the league in assists per 100.

He scored a career best 25.7 per game in 2019.

Miller’s trade request The 76, with a record of 15-13, has won just three of its past 16 games, and it is still looking to make a run at the playoffs after falling to the Golden State Warriors in the first round of the playoffs this season for the second time in the past three years.

In the last 10 games, the 76 have lost three of their last four games.

The Sixers’ first-round opponent was the Boston Bruins.

After playing four games against the Bruins in the 2018 NBA Finals, the Sixers lost both games, 97-90 to the Cleveland Cavaliers and 99-90 at home to the Detroit Pistons.

The next two games will be the Sixers first visit to TD Garden since the first season in Philadelphia.

In 2019-19, the team went 11-2 in its first 12 games.

However, it was a disappointing season for Miller.

He shot just 30.9 percent from the field and 29.1 percent from three-point range and was one of just six players in the entire NBA to shoot a career low in both areas.

Miller also suffered an Achilles injury and missed a significant chunk of the Sixers’ 2019-2020 season with injuries to his left Achilles and left knee.

He returned for the 2019-2019 season and scored a season-high 24.5 points per night.

The trade to Atlanta The 76 had a lot of interest in acquiring Miller.

They were looking for a point guard to complement point guard Marcus Smart, who signed a two-year, $10 million contract in 2019, but he never really lived up to his potential.

Miller is one of seven players in NBA history to average 20.0 points per 30 minutes this season and had a season high of 17.3 last season.

Miller was a key piece of a 76ers offense that was one that put up 47.3 percent shooting from the floor last season, which ranked fourth in the Western Conference.

The two teams split the first five games, with the 76 winning four of them.

However and especially when Smart missed time due to injury, Miller played well, averaging 17.2 points per 40 minutes in those five games while also finishing second in the overall scoring average among players who started at least 100 games.

Miller averaged 13.6 points per 36 minutes in the last two games.

After finishing the season on a three game losing streak, the Bucks were hoping to turn things around by acquiring Miller for a draft pick.

The deal never materialized, as the 76 traded Miller to Atlanta for a future second round pick.

Here’s the full story on Miller’s career and why he chose to retire from the NBA: Miller’s first career All-NBA selection The 76er organization is not one that has a tradition of drafting stars.

Miller played his first career game for the Sixers on July 11, 1979, and played a part in the Sixers winning the NBA Championship that year.

Miller won Rookie of the Year and MVP honors the next season and also