Robert Miller is a Star at Pasadena Memorial

After a 12-5 start to the season, the Pasadena Memorial boys basketball team spent this week in San Diego playing in a holiday tournament. Traveling like that is new to the Mavericks, but when you boast one of the top big men in the nation, you tend to garnish some attention. 6 foot 10, Robert Miller, transferred to Memorial as a sophomore when his dad took a job as a coach on the Mavericks football team. And in that first year with the team, Miller made an immediate impact.

Miller’s game certainly has evolved from just a rim protector on defense to an all around problem for opponents on both ends of the floor. Just about anyone the Mavericks face this season won’t be able to matchup with the big man which offers Coach Olivier opportunities to be a little bit more risky with his guards. Especially on defense

With Miller, Chris Jones Junior, and Gary Brown, the Mavericks have 3 high level scorers on offense. Along with their pesky defense led by the LSU bound big man in the middle, Memorial is hoping to finally put a run together in the post season and possibly find themselves in San Antonio come March.

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