Miller Hosts Annual Golf Tournament For BBBS

KENDALLVILLE, Ind. (WANE) – Kendallville native Brad Miller was back in his hometown to hit the golf course and raise money for Big Brothers Big Sisters on Monday.
Miller held his 11th annual charity tournament at Noble Hawk. The event has raised over one million dollars over the years.
It was the second half of Miller’s big weekend, as he held his annual charity gala at War Memorial Coliseum on Saturday.
Miller, a 14-year NBA veteran, has been retired from basketball for two years. He and his wife and daughter currently live in Sacramento. Miller played for the Kings, Pacers, Bulls, Rockets, Hornets, and Timberwolves during his career.

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