One game Miller has 11 assists, the next 31 points for SWOCC
Moses Miller of Anchorage is a double threat for Southwestern Oregon Community College.
Depending on the situation, he could be a facilitator or a scorer. Some nights both.
Last week, the 6-foot-2 guard had 11 assists in one game and 31 points the next, showcasing a pass-first, pass-second game that’s hard to guard.
Miller, of East High fame, is averaging 17.1 points and 6.9 assists per game.
He ranks second in the NWAC in assists and has had a half dozen games with 9 or more, including a career-high 12.
His scoring is up to 24.8 points over his last four games, highlighted by his season-high 31 points that included a season-high five 3-pointers.