Kenny Miller (basketball)

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Kenny Miller (Kenneth Allen Miller Tolbert) born December 27, 1967) is a former professional basketball player. He attended Morgan Park High School on Chicago's South Side. Miller (a.k.a. The Big Mil) was the 1988 NCAA Division I men’s basketball season rebounding leader, the first freshman in the history of the NCAA[1] to do it. In 2001 he received dual citizenship with Spain.

College career[edit]

Miller played at Loyola University where he won First Team All-MCC (Midwest Collegiate Conference), MCC Newcomer of the Year and the 1988 rebounding title.

Professional career[edit]

Miller played in the Continental Basketball Association, Global Basketball Association, NBA, Paris Basket Racing), Banco di Sardegna, Fenerbahçe, Galatasaray, Unicaja 9 season, Tenerife (1 season), UB La Palma and Olympiacos. In the off-season he played in Puerto Rico (Carolina league co-champion) and Bayamon Leagues, in Venezuela (Toros), Santo Domingo, Ecuador and Chicago Summer league.

Miller was voted the best imported player for Unicaja of Malaga. He led and held the record in field goal percentage at 72.32 in the 1997-98 season. Miller held the club record for games played (225).

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