Former NBA Champion Mike Miller, has announced he will be leaving the Memphis Tigers program after two years as the assistant coach.
Miller, who was hired by Penny Hardaway in 2018, leaves the program as he wants to spent more time with his family.
"The past two years have been amazing, and I have so many people to thank: Coach Hardaway for believing in me, all our players for their commitment, the University of Memphis and its incredible fans, my wonderful wife and kids, and the entire city of Memphis for everything you have done for me and my family. All of you made this opportunity possible for me, and I'm truly grateful," Miller tweeted.
The 40 year old from South Dakota spent 17 seasons in the NBA with seven teams and won two championships with the Miami Heat in 2012 and 2013.
Mason Miller, Mike's son, is currently a four-star recruit according to Rivals.com and is seriously considering joining the Tigers for the Fall 2021.