Andre Miller PG WAS 1 Month

The Washington Wizards have picked up Andre Miller's 2014-15 option.

The team option is for $4.6 million this season and will allow the Wizards to retain the veteran to back up John Wall. Miller averaged 14.6 minutes with Washington after coming over in a trade from the Nuggets on February 20, but the plan is to increase his minutes this season in order to keep John Wall fresh. The 38-year-old only averaged 3.8 points and 3.5 assists with Washington last season, however, so his 2014-15 value to fantasy owners won't match his value to the Wizards.

Andre Miller PG WAS 2 Months

The Wizards notified Andre Miller on Friday that he will be retained via the $4.6 million option on his contract for the 2014-15 season.

This was an expected move as the 38-year-old veteran has embraced his mentor role with John Wall, and he can still serve as a solid backup point guard. However, with regards to fantasy appeal, this is a move that will benefit the Wizards squad much more than a fantasy team as Miller averaged just 3.8 points and 3.5 assists in 15 minutes off the bench for Washington.

Andre Miller PG WAS 2 Months

The Wizards are "leaning toward" picking up Andre Miller's $4.6 million team option next season, according to beat writer Michael Lee.

Miller's contract is only guaranteed for $2 million but the Wizards must decide by Saturday whether to keep him or waive him. He proved to be a valuable asset for Washington last season, particularly in the playoffs when his steady leadership provided a solid counter-punch when John Wall was on the bench. Just don't expect fantasy value from the 38-year-old veteran, who attempted 0.1 threes per game with the Wizards last season.

Andre Miller PG WAS 5 Months

Andre Miller opened up in a recent interview as to what went wrong between him and Nuggets coach Brian Shaw.

"For everybody on the team to get in the game and the team is losing and I'm over there sitting down and didn't get a chance to contribute, that's what I was upset about. That's what I took personal," said Miller. Miller will make his first return to Denver on Sunday following the ugly divorce, however, now just a backup point guard averaging 14 minutes a game, he has absolutely no fantasy appeal.

Andre Miller PG WAS 6 Months

Andre Miller played 16 minutes off the bench and hit 1-of-3 shots for five points, three rebounds and three assists in his Wizards debut on Saturday.

They just want him to give them 20 solid minutes a night while backing up John Wall, so there's no reason to think he'll do much in terms of fantasy value with the Wizards.

Andre Miller PG WAS 6 Months

Andre Miller will make his Wizards debut on Saturday against the Pelicans.

It will be his first game of 2014 after a falling out with former coach Brian Shaw. Miller is likely just going to be a veteran presence on the team and it would be a surprise to see him match his season average of 19.0 minutes per game.

Andre Miller PG WAS 6 Months

Andre Miller was traded to the Wizards in a three-team deal on Thursday.

The Nuggets will receive Jan Vesely and the Sixers get Eric Mayor and two second-round picks. Miller and former coach Brian Shaw had a falling out earlier this year after the coach gave him a DNP-CD and the team has been trying to deal him since. He'll act more of a mentor than anything and has very little fantasy value.

Andre Miller PG WAS 6 Months

The Wizards have joined the chase for Andre Miller and are believed to be co-leaders with the Timberwolves.

It's hard to imagine teams being so drawn to Miller after he quit on his team, but the Wizards really need a backup point guard with Eric Maynor not working out. The Timberwolves need to deal J.J. Barea to bring on Miller, so the Wizards might be the favorite. There isn't much fantasy implication here.

Andre Miller PG WAS 6 Months

The Timberwolves are reportedly interested in Andre Miller, according to ESPN.com.

The interest is contingent on J.J. Barea getting shipped at the deadline. The Wolves have been reportedly been trying to deal Barea since all the way back to the summer, so it's still a bit unlikely they can get anything done.

Andre Miller PG WAS 6 Months

Andre Miller has no desire to return to the Denver Nuggets, a source told Yahoo Sports on Saturday.

The Nuggets were attempting to mend the relationship with their veteran point guard, but the relationship is reportedly beyond repair. Miller wants nothing to do with the Nuggets organization, which makes a trade by the February 20 deadline more likely. Wherever Miller lands, he will be in a backup point guard role, and it will be difficult for him to muster much fantasy value.