Wizards owner Ted Leonsis' decision to not hire a permanent general manager before the start of free agency left many fans worried about the direction of the franchise.
"Tommy Sheppard, from what I've seen with my own eyes and talking to my sources there, is not Ernie Grunfeld 2.0," Miller said. "There are certain things that he has done already from April 2 lends me to think that he's his own guy, and he can make his own decisions."
"Some of the things that he does, like holding people accountable, are real."
"They didn't deal with it with, 'Oh, it's okay, he's young.' They fired him, essentially. They got him out of here," Miller said. "That's a culture change. So, Tommy Sheppard is his own man."
"From everything that I've been able to gather over the last couple of weeks, I think the Wizards are going to be very aggressive tomorrow night," Miller told the Junkies. "I don't necessarily think that's moving up, it might be moving back to get a pick and something in the second round."
"If they could ever figure out the draft, this is the year to do it. And at No. 9, I don't necessarily think you're going to get a bad player. I think you're actually going to get somebody that can help the team."