“It’s getting better. I’ve got to figure out when to take shots, when not to. Right now I’m probably passing up a few. But at the same time, that’s what preseason’s for: finding out where we’re all going to fit in,” Miller said. “And what you’ve got to understand is, some of these guys haven’t played with [Arenas] in two years, and a lot of these guys haven’t ever played with him. … It’s a process for everybody, plus we’ve got a new offense in. So it’s just a big learning curve for everybody. We’re definitely not close to where we want to be, but that’s a good thing.”
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