Does Brandon Miller seriously not know Khris Middleton?

In the digital age, many videos have allowed casual NBA fans and famous personnel to use filters to determine something. The Charlotte Hornets No. 2 draft pick Brandon Miller used one of those filters to determine what his starting five would be and he didn’t know who Khris Middleton was.

Brandon Miller Khris Middleton
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After he already made headlines for stating that Paul George was his GOAT. Now, the question is whether Brandon Miller actually watches ball.

Maybe, its because Khris Middleton only played 33 regular-season and five playoff games this season. At the same time, we’re talking about a 10-year NBA veteran, 3-time NBA All-Star and a member of the 2020-21 Milwaukee Bucks Championship team. Even the casual NBA fan could guess Khris Middleton, but Brandon Miller doesn’t know who he is. Maybe, he does. He could be trolling or just forgetting his name.

Miller also stated that he didn’t know Isaiah Hartenstein, a solid depth rotation big, or Jonas Valanciunas, arguably one of the better centers in the NBA. Not knowing those two could be understandable, but Middleton is one of the best Small Forwards in the game. Miller has had some success in Summer League, but it may be a rude awakening for the Hornets’ new big man when the regular season hits. Things are different when the real games start. Veteran players love putting rookies in their place and Miller has been making headlines for foolish reasons.

Four days after he proclaimed that George was the GOAT, Miller stated that the Hornets would make the 2024 NBA Finals. That’s a lot of confidence coming from a rookie who hasn’t stepped on an actual NBA court yet.

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