Posted On: 08/17/15 4:00 PM

Amar Miller was the Howard Pulley starting point guard this year, plus he was second on the team in scoring, led them in assists, and shot 45 percent from the floor in EYBL play.  A solid campaign for sure.

“I would say me getting stronger, being able to guard bigger opponents also just my defense as a whole has improved,” Miller said.

“I really focused on trying to make a difference in the game with my defense. I loved my (Grassroots) experience.  There's a couple things I could have done better with personally, but I loved playing with Howard Pulley and the EYBL experience is like no other.”

After splitting their first 22 games, the Panthers went 19-4 in July ending with a solid 30-15 mark.  It was a nice way to end their season competing in Chicago, Milwaukee, and Kansas City. 

Now Amar is thinking high school basketball.  He and his 1,341 career points have one more year to make a mark at Minnetonka.

“I feel great about senior year,” Miller explained.  “I feel as if our team this year has the ability to do some great things and I'm very excited to see just how good we can become.


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