The PTBs were a struggling mess. They lost home games and had not showed any ability to contain the opponent.
Then Nate started Andre. Voila!
The Blazers went on a five game win streak and are now tied with Denver atop the Northwest Division.
How does Miller do it?
Let's hope it's not through the use of the dark forces. There is always a price to pay. Maybe Miller knows the Dim Mak, the death touch whispered of in the East.
Evidence of something weird going on:
In Game 1 of the Miller Streak, Tony Parker plays 11 minutes then goes out with an injury and the Blazers get back on the winning track.
Games 2-4, a team that has struggled against all comers is winning by double digits. (How did Andre conjure up such creampuffs?)
Game 5 of The Streak, Chris Paul is fighting to bring his team back when he goes out with a high ankle sprain. News is CP3 will miss games.
The most compelling evidence of mystical forces during The Streak to date? Nate McMillan starts two PGs in every contest, and Bayless plays well off the bench.
Spooky times, my friends.
What do you make of Andre Miller's Magical Mystery Tour?
79-3, Just Sayin' (42 votes)
Weak Sauce (5 votes)
Bench Miller (1 vote)
Bench Blake, start Marty (26 votes)
Bench Blake, start Rudy (58 votes)
Miller played in Utah, right? Not prime voodoo country, is it? (3 votes)
McMillan has channeled his mad genius (4 votes)
McMillan needed to channel something (4 votes)
Let's start this talk after we beat Atlanta (77 votes)
220 total votes