If the Memphis Grizzlies want to land the services of sharp-shooting Mike Miller, they'll have to fight off plenty of competition.
ESPN's Marc Stein reporting the Denver Nuggets are now in the mix to sign the free-agent forward, joining Memphis, Oklahoma City and Houston.
Stein says OKC brass has met with Miller, and Memphis owner Robert Pera and CEO Jason Levien also had a sit down with the former 6th man of the year for Memphis.
Miller was amnestied by the Heat following their championship season, saving them nearly 30-million in luxury taxes for the upcoming season.
He will still get his 12-million salary over the next 2-years, but could sign with any team for the veterans minimum, if he chooses to do so.