Telegram & Gazette Headlines: Former Holy Cross star Malcolm Miller injured, but still chasing NBA dream
By Bill Doyle
WorcesterTelegram & Gazette
WORCESTER — Former Holy Cross star Malcolm Miller is still chasing his dream of playing in the NBA, but he’ll have to wait until he recovers from ankle surgery.
The 6-foot-7 swingman signed a two-way contract with the Toronto Raptors, but hurt his right ankle on the first day of practice for their summer league team in Las Vegas. On July 17, he underwent arthroscopic surgery.
He’s traveling with the Toronto Raptors’ G-League team based in Mississauga, Ontario, Canada, but hasn’t played yet. Raptors general manager Bobby Webster, who was at the Garden Sunday when Toronto played the Celtics, said Miller should be healthy enough to play soon.
“He’s the prototypical 3 and D guy,” Webster said.
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