This should be familiar. Miller is an honest dude. He's playing behind Lawson, and he's made a career of being underrated. __________________ "At this point in my career, I don't see myself as a backup," Miller, who entered the NBA in 1999, said in an interview with FOXSports.com. "For 13 years, I wasn't a backup before. This is a short season (due to the lockout), so I'll deal with it. But I don't see myself as a backup at this point in my career. I don't see that." __________________ Not much, right? An entire article based on that. So let us put it into perspective with the one quote from Coach Karl... "I'm glad he's proud of himself and he wants to play," Karl said. "But I think this still is the best opportunity for him." __________________ When asked a hierarchical question Miller is going to answer it honestly. It's interesting only in the sense that Lawson and Miller present very different games in a system that probably caters more to Lawson than Miller yet Karl seems to take a shining to Miller based on seniority and familiarity.