Until I quit, finding something to replace this will be hard.” Miller signed with Denver last summer, but appeared in just 20 games and averaged 7.6 minutes per night.
His .5MM salary for next season won’t become guaranteed until July 12th.
The ACC's all-time leading scorer with 2,872 points (12th in NCAA history).
Only player in league history to earn First Team All-America and First Team All-ACC honors four times.
Tami Hansbrough, the mother of former North Carolina basketball All-America Tyler Hansbrough, resigned her position as a school fundraiser Wednesday as the school continued to study trips she took with Matt Kupec, UNC's vice chancellor for university advancement.
Kupec, a former Tar Heels quarterback, resigned Sunday night after an internal review showed he had charged personal trips with Hansbrough to the university.
Holds ACC record for career 20-point games with 78. Named First-Team All-America by Sporting News, USBWA, NABC and AP.
Tyler Hansbrough was a true super-star at The University of North Carolina from 2005 to 2009.Ranks first in NCAA with 982 free throws made and second with 1,241 attempts.Ranks fourth in NCAA Tournament history with 325 points.Hansbrough had been placed on administrative leave.Chancellor Holden Thorp told The (Raleigh) News & Observer on Monday that Kupec and Hansbrough appeared to have taken non-university-related trips to destinations where Hansbrough's youngest son, Ben, was playing basketball for Notre Dame. Hansbrough was hired as an associate director of development at the UNC School of Dentistry in December 2008, to serve as a fundraiser specializing in major gifts.He helped the Tar Heels win the NCAA championship in 2009 Tyler is now a six-year pro-basketball veteran, and has spent the last two years with the Toronto Raptors.His best NBA season so far was 2010-11, when he averaged 11 points and 5.2 rebounds and started a career-high 29 games.Had 28 points and 13 rebounds in NCAA Elite Eight vs. Recorded 17 points and nine rebounds in Final Four vs. NABC, USBWA and Sporting News All-America First Team.Led UNC in scoring (18.4 ppg, 4th in ACC) and rebounding (7.9 rpg, 2nd).Named to ACC All-Tournament First Team after averaging 25.0 points and 9.5 rebounds. Missed four games early in the season due to injury.Named to Final Four All-Tournament Team after helping Carolina claim the NCAA championship. Named National Player of the Year by the AP, USBWA, NABC and Sporting News.