Aldin Ayo’s first-ever import in the PBA will be a decorated journeyman.
Converge looks to tap Quincy Miller as its import for the upcoming 2022 PBA Commissioner’s Cup.
Multiple sources closely monitoring the situation confirmed the development to Tiebreaker Times.
Miller, 29, is listed as 6-foot-10, making him fit for the limit for the mid-season conference.
The product of Baylor University was the 38th overall pick in the 2012 NBA Draft.
He had stints with NBA teams Denver, Sacramento, and Detroit while also playing for G League squads Iowa, Reno, and Grand Rapids.
In 2015, he was named as a G League All-Star.
After the NBA, Miller played for Serbia’s Crvena Zvezda, Israel’s Maccabi Tel Aviv, Germany’s Brose Bamberg, Taiwan’s Taoyuan Pauian Archiland, Portugal’s Benfica, and Uruguay’s Nacional.
Miller was part of the All-Euroleague second team in 2016 while winning championships in the ABA, the Serbian League, and the Israeli Cup.
The Commissioner’s Cup is slated to begin on September 21.