Disgruntled Denver Nuggets point guard Andre Miller has been put on the trading block, according to Christopher Dempsey of The Denver Post.
Miller was initially suspended last week after unleashing a tirade at Nuggets head coach Brian Shaw over a lack of playing time. The suspension was rescinded in order for Miller to get paid, but he remained excused from the team.
Denver is now actively trying to move Miller, and several teams have already expressed interest. The Sacramento Kings and Golden State Warriors are in the market for a backup point guard and could use a veteran presence off the bench.
While Miller has seen his numbers fall off a bit this season thanks in part to his inconsistent playing time, he still has enough left in the tank to help a team. On the season, the 37-year-old is averaging 5.9 points and 3.3 rebounds in 19.0 minutes per game.
Miller is making $5 million this season and has a partially guaranteed contract next year.