Miller is a first-rate player on a last-place team in the NWAC
Moses Miller of Anchorage is one of the most productive offensive players in the NWAC, but his team hasn’t produced many wins in the South Division.
He’s a first-rate player on a last-place team.
The sophomore guard is one of only three players in the NWAC to accumulate 400 points and 100 assists on the season.
However, Southwest Oregon Community College has won just one of nine NWAC games and 6 of 21 overall.
Miller, of East High fame, ranks 11th in the league with 20.2 points per game and second with 6.4 assists per game.
The 6-foot-2 playmaker picked up his game in the month of January as he averaged 28.8 points and had high games of 31, 34 and 26 points.
He’s currently riding a streak of 11 straight games with a 3-pointer.
Miller has also had eight games with 8 or more assists, with highs of 10, 11 and 12.