Darius Miller


#1
Position: Forward
Year: Senior
Height: 6-7
Weight: 215
Date of Birth:
March 21, 1990
Hometown:
Maysville, KY

Darius Miller

2011 Summer
Represented United States at World University Games in China … Averaged 5.6 ppg, 3.6 rpg in the seven-game tournament.

 

2010-11
Started 37 of 38 games, averaging 10.9 ppg and 4.6 rebounds. … Hit a 3-pointer in 36 of 38 games … Averaged 15.6 ppg during his 10-game streak of at least 10 points … Scored 11 points vs. UNC to help UK advance to Final Four … Scored 15 of game-high 17 points in first half of NCAA Tournament opening game vs. Princeton … Named the SEC Tournament MVP after averaging 13.3 points and 5.6 rebounds during the three-game run … Posted 10 points, four rebounds and four assists vs. Alabama in the SEC Tournament semifinals … Totaled 15 points and seven rebounds vs. Ole Miss in the SEC Tournament quarterfinals … Scored a career high 24 points against Forida to go with three assists and three blocks … Had 13 points and eight boards at Arkansas … Scored 22 points vs. South Carolina, including a career-high six 3-pointers made, nine rebounds. and three blocks … Had 14 points and seven rebounds. in win over UGA … Scored a season- high 18 points at South Carolina while playing a career-high 39 minutes … Was 5-of-8 from the field against Alabama … Scored 15 points against LSU on 7-of-11 shooting from the field … Tied a career high with seven made field goals against LSU … Filled the stat sheet against Penn with 11 points, seven rebounds., six assists, two blocks and two steals … Posted seven first-half points to help UK stake an 11-point halftime lead at Louisville … Totaled 14 points, including 5-of-5 from the charity stripe, along with five assists and three blocks vs. MVSU … Tied for a team high seven rebounds against North Carolina … Scored 13 points on 4-of-8 shooting from the field against UNC … Scored a then-season-high 15 points vs. UConn in Maui Invitational championship game, including 13 in the second half … Recorded careerhighs of five steals and four blocks at Portland … Scored 15 points on a sharp 6-of-7 shooting from the field, including 3-of-4 from beyond the arc, and dished out a game-high four assists … Grabbed a career-high 11 rebounds in UK’s season opener against ETSU.

 

2009-10
Started 32 of 38 games, averaging 6.5 points … Totaled nine points, four assists and three steals vs. Cornell in the NCAA Tournament … Scored a career high 20 points, shooting 7-of-9 from the field with a team-leading nine rebounds vs. in the NCAA 2nd Round in New Orleans … Led UK with 14 points, shooting 3-of-5 from behind the arc vs. Florida … Key scorer during the comeback attempt at Tennessee, finishing with seven points, four rebounds, two blocks and two steals … Finished with seven points, eight rebounds and two blocks in win over South Carolina … Scored nine points with two blocks in the overtime win at Mississippi State … Posted a career-high 18 points, including four three-pointers vs. Arkansas … Totaled nine points, four rebounds and two assists at Florida … Scored a season-high 16 points, including a career-high four three-pointers and dished out a season-high five assists vs. Hartford … Scored 11 points vs. Austin Peay … Dished out a season-high four assists at Indiana … Totaled a season high three steals vs. UConn … Scored all eight points in UK’s 28-2 run vs. North Carolina … Recorded his second straight game with three 3-pointers vs UNC Asheville … Totaled 13 points and three assists, tying a career high with three 3-point baskets … Posted a near double-double with nine points and a team-leading eight rebounds vs. in Cancun … Scored 15 points, including 3-of-6 from three-point range with three assists in the win over Sam Houston State … Posted nine points and five rebounds in UK’s win over Miami-Ohio.

 

2008-09
Played in 36 games, starting two in his first season as a Wildcat … Averaged 8.1 ppg over the last nine contests … Recorded 12 points and eight rebounds in his collegiate debut against VMI … Totaled a career high 13 points and four assists vs. Delaware State … Earned his first career start vs. Longwood … Logged 32 minutes vs. West Virginia, totaling six rebounds and three assists … Scored six points  in 25 minutes vs. Lamar … Earned his second career start, totaling a career-high 10 rebounds, five assists and two blocks in a career-high 34 minutes vs. Miami … Totaled four assists and a season-high two steals vs. Appalachian State … Tied a career high with five assists against Tennessee State … Scored seven points with three rebounds and two blocks in 21 minutes at Tennessee … Logged 15 minutes, with four points and two rebounds at Georgia … Played 20 minutes in the second half, totaling seven rebounds, three  blocks, two steals and two assists in 33 minutes at Alabama … Posted the third double-figure scoring game of his career, totaling 12 points, nine rebounds, five assists in 31 minutes at Ole Miss … In 31 minutes vs. Mississippi State, totaled seven points, five assists and three steals … Made two clutch free throws down the stretch vs. Florida … Totaled eight points, six rebounds and three steals at Arkansas … Had his best day as a Wildcat, setting career-highs with 17 points and six assists to go along with two blocks vs. Tennessee … Miller was also perfect from the field (6-for-6), from behind the arc (3-for-3) and from the charity stripe (2-for-2) … Was 2-of-2 from behind the arc vs. LSU, tying the game at 70-70 with 27 seconds remaining … Scored 12 points vs. Ole Miss in the SEC Tourney

 

High School
Averaged 19.9 points per game, grabbing 7.9 boards 3.6 assists 2.9 steals and shooting 51 percent in his senior … Shot 34 percent from three-point range…. Helped lead Mason County to 2008 State Championship … Named 2008 Mr. Basketball … Scored over 2,000 points in high school career … Ranked the seventh best small forward in the country and 38th overall by Scout.com … Averaged 20 points, nine rebounds, four assists and four blocked shots his junior season. … Played in 11-straight games … Scored four points and grabbed three boards in 11 minutes against Florida … Had a key block late in the game at Tennessee … Played nine first-half minutes at LSU

 

Personal
Born March 21 … Son of Brian and Nicole Miller … Chose over Cincinnati, Florida, Illinois, Indiana, Kansas State, Louisville, Miami, Tennessee, Xavier.

 

 

Statistics

Career Stats

Per GameTeamGGSMPGPPGRPGAPGSPGBPGTOPGPFPGFG%3P%FT%
2008-09Kty36221.25.33.12.00.80.61.82.6.413.327.804
2009-10Kty383221.26.52.41.50.60.60.91.9.400.336.795
2010-11Kty373631.111.14.61.70.81.21.52.6.485.449.864
Career1117024.57.63.41.70.70.81.42.4.441.381.827
TotalsTeamGGSMinFGMFGA3PM3PAFTMFTAORTRAStlBlkTOPFPts
2008-09Kty3627646616018554151301107227226492191
2009-10Kty38328048621543128313931935822223572246
2010-11Kty37361152148305571275766501706431435598410
Career1117027203006801183101291561113731948087154262847

Game Logs

DateOppResultMinFGMFGA3PM3PAFTMFTAORTRAStlBlkTOPFPts
11/12EastTnW 88-6531392500311111328
11/19@PorW 79-4830673400154542415
11/22OklaW 76-642625130025011045
11/23WashW 74-672425123423111148
11/24@UConnL 67-84296142513342000315
11/30BUW 91-571933220002312248
12/4@UNCL 73-7534483522070012313
12/8NDW 72-583715124625200237
12/11IndW 81-622538122212200159
12/18MsVlW 85-6030471255035232114
12/22WinW 89-522514022219200114
12/28CoppinW 91-612735130026421147
12/31@LouW 78-632936011113001247
1/3PennW 86-6230571100376223011
1/8@UGaL 70-7732211132224301157
1/11AuburnW 78-5428492600061010310
1/15LSUW 82-44267111400040211215
1/18@AlaL 66-6831582300340211212
1/22@SCW 67-58397121233150024218
1/29UGaW 66-60324101357270004214
2/1@MissL 69-713114120011100413
2/5@FlaL 68-703447110012210139
2/8TennW 73-613417144426200127
2/12@VandyL 77-811838140013102027
2/15MissStW 85-7933593700001220213
2/19SCW 90-59376106844290032222
2/23@ArkL 76-77445131522481120113
2/26FlaW 76-68359152445253031224
3/1VandyW 68-6628591211000201312
3/6@TennW 64-58365102334140202415
3/11MissW 75-66266111322272101415
3/12@AlaW 72-5836492500044011210
3/13@FlaW 70-5437682311061021315
3/17PrinceW 59-57386112633143012117
3/19WVUW 71-633617140002101223
3/25@OhioStW 62-603926132224422237
3/27@UNCW 76-6926472311232111311