About Andy Miller

Experienced basketball agent Andy Miller possesses a dedication to helping NBA players to understand the professional sports industry. Andy Miller currently functions as the President of ASM Sports in New Jersey, and Atlanta, Georgia. Andy Miller believes that educating his clients about every aspect of the business will serve them well in making the best possible career decisions. Under the direction of head agent Andy Miller, ASM Sports serves as one of today’s premier sports agencies.

A 20-year veteran of the sports management industry, Andy Miller remains highly selective about who he welcomes to the ASM Sports family. Andy Miller holds an impressive roster of clients, including Chauncey Billups of the Denver Nuggets, Kevin Garnett of the Boston Celtics, Antonio McDyess of the San Antonio Spurs, and Brendan Haywood of the Dallas Mavericks. Since 1991, basketball agent Andy Miller has negotiated more than $800 million in endorsements and contracts. In the past three years, Andy Miller has presided over $500 million in sneaker, apparel, and endorsement contracts for ASM Sports. They include transactions with Nike, EA Sports, And1, Adidas, T-Mobile USA, American Express Company, PepsiCo, and numerous other high-profile corporations.

Throughout his career, basketball agent Andy Miller has focused on clients’ well-being as his primary interest. Andy Miller assists new and inexperienced professional basketball players in establishing a foundation for their careers. He also aids players in launching their own businesses and building relationships with Fortune 500 companies. Above all, Andy Miller strives to develop young, talented stars into keen businessmen, seeking to educate them about the sports business. Andy Miller also searches for charitable and business opportunities for his athletes.


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