According to multiple news sources, Brandon Miller, one of the top draft prospects this year, said that Paul George and not LeBron James is his greatest player ever. He said he grew up watching Paul George and he was never just LeBron. He also said he doesn’t think the GOAT debate between Michael Jordan and LeBron James is overdone because he has a different perspective on the matter.
Interesting Facts About Brandon Miller
- Brandon Miller is an American basketball player who played college basketball for the Alabama Crimson Tide. He was a consensus five-star recruit and one of the top players in the 2022 class.
- Brandon Miller was born on November 22, 2002 in Antioch, Tennessee. He attended Cane Ridge High School, where he was named the Tennessee Gatorade Player of the Year twice and Tennessee Mr. Basketball once.
- Brandon Miller was also a McDonald’s All-American and a Jordan Brand Classic participant in 2022. He was considered one of the best prospects in the nation by major recruiting services.
- Brandon Miller committed to playing for Alabama on November 1, 2021, after considering offers from Kansas and Tennessee State. He also considered playing professionally in Australia’s NBL or the G League Ignite.
- Brandon Miller was named to the Naismith College Player of the Year and Julius Erving Award watch lists entering his freshman season at Alabama. He earned several honors and awards during his stellar debut season, including Consensus second-team All-American, Wayman Tisdale Award, NABC Freshman of the Year, SEC Player of the Year, SEC Rookie of the Year, First-team All-SEC, and SEC tournament MVP.
- Brandon Miller led Alabama to its first SEC regular season and tournament titles since 2002 and its first Final Four appearance since 1987. He averaged 18.7 points, 6.4 rebounds, 3.2 assists, and 1.6 steals per game while shooting 48.9% from the field and 41.3% from three-point range.
- Brandon Miller is widely expected to be a top three pick in the 2023 NBA draft. He has been compared to NBA stars like Kevin Durant and Paul George for his combination of size, skill, and versatility