LeBron James decided to return home and sign with the Cleveland Cavaliers.  He also wanted a couple of his old teammates to join him.  The Cavaliers reached out to Ray Allen, James Jones and Mike Miller.  James reportedly reached out to Miller as well and now he and the Cavaliers have come to an agreement.

According to ESPN’s Chris Broussard Miller will sign a two-year deal with a player option after one year.  Miller reportedly took less money to sign with Cleveland and turned down larger offers from the Houston Rockets and Denver Nuggets.

Miller’s deal is for two-years, $5.5 million according to Yahoo Sports’, Adrian Wojnarowski.  The team is building quite a squad and are reportedly still interesting in trading for Kevin Love.

– Shaina Auxilly (@Shay_Marie)

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