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Getting into trouble again: Quincy Miller documented himself in a trio, and deleted after complaints against him - voila! sport


Highlights: Ex Maccabi Tel Aviv player Quincy Miller has been involved in a number of scandals in recent years. Miller posted a provocative story on Instagram showing him next to two women in bed. He was forced to remove the post after users complained that it was offensive and chauvinistic. Miller has had a very hard time finding himself since the Maccabia Tel Aviv fiasco in the summer of 2016. He has changed six teams in six different countries, including stops in Taiwan, Portugal, Uruguay, Philippines and Japan.

Ex Maccabi Tel Aviv, who has been involved in a number of scandals in recent years, posted a provocative story from a night out with two women. In the end, he had to remove it

Quincy Miller scores 46 points in the Philippine League (from YouTube)

Only a few years ago, Quincy Miller was considered one of the most promising forwards in Europe, but in recent years his name has made headlines mainly due to scandals in which he is frequently involved.

Miller (30, 2.06), who joined Maccabi Tel Aviv in the summer of 2016 as a great hope, is remembered by Yellows fans as a big miss, after he was injured before the season opener in an amateur basketball game in California, was absent for an extended period of time and has simply not recovered since.

This past weekend he was involved in another off-court affair, one of many. The story began when Miller posted a provocative story showing him next to two in bed.

Quincy Miller's provocative story (Photo: screenshot, from Instagram)

Users who were exposed to the photo in question complained that it was an offensive and chauvinistic post, and a short time later Miller was forced to remove and delete it.

It's unclear exactly when the photo was taken, but it was likely taken in Las Vegas, where Miller spent time after the season finale for Mikawa, the team he played for in the Japanese league.

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Can't find himself. Quincy Miller (Photo by Getty Images, Mike Ehrmann)

Miller in action in the Japanese league about a month ago

Miller, as mentioned, has been mentioned in recent years mainly in negative contexts of various off-court affairs. Three years ago, he revealed that he had been released from a certain group — presumably in Germany's Bamberg — after punching a teammate who called him a racist.

"He called me 'Niger' in training, I punched him and they immediately sent me back to the United States. Then they tried to make my release look like there was a different story behind it," Miller said at the time.

Last year, Miller was banned from several games in the Philippine League after deliberately stepping on an opposing player's loin area. That same year, he was also suspended by the team several times after failing to show up for training, and on several other occasions appeared drunk for training.

Didn't really recover. Quincy Miller during his time at Maccabi Tel Aviv (Photo: Yossi Tsifakis)

In general, Miller has had a very hard time finding himself since the Maccabi Tel Aviv fiasco. At the time, he had a fantastic rookie season in the Euroleague with Red Star Belgrade and was even named to the second team of the season. He also led the team to win the Adriatic League and the Serbian League, and is considered one of the most promising Americans in Europe.

But since that injury that made his Maccabi Tel Aviv tenure a miss, Miller has struggled to maintain stability. In the five years since leaving Israel, he has changed six teams in six different countries, including stops in Taiwan, Portugal, Uruguay, the Philippines and Japan.

Miller's best performance in Japan

Miller put up impressive numbers in the Philippines, averaging 29.8 points and 15.1 rebounds per game, and then upgraded to a higher contract in the Japanese league. He played in 28 games in the Japanese league and averaged 18.6 points and 8.7 rebounds.

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Source: walla

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