The Indiana Pacers re-signing CJ Miles is still a possibility reports Scott Agness of Vigilant Sports.
The Pacers just agreed to terms with Bojan Bogdanovic, a shooting combo-forward, to a 2-year, $21 million deal, but Agness reports this does not eliminate them from trying to sign Miles.
Miles does have interest from numerous NBA teams that are likely looking to sign him to a MLE deal worth around $8 million per season.
The Pacers hold Miles’s Bird rights and would be able to go over the cap to sign him if necessary, though they could still have around $13 million in space if they stretch Monta Ellis.
Miles has spent the last three seasons with the Pacers and shot a career high 41% from 3-point range last season.
Miles may be looking for a longer term contract than the Pacers are willing to give as they’ve been signing players to short-term deals so far this off-season to keep as much cap space as possible available for next season.