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Red Team guard Aaron Miles celebrates a bucket by his team to end the first half of a scrimmage before the basketball campers on Wednesday, June, 19, 2013 at the Horejsi Center.

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Aaron Miles officially introduced as new G League coach

Former Kansas point guard Aaron Miles, who got a crack at the NBA and spent eight years playing overseas and later coaching on KU coach Bill Self’s staff, officially was named the head coach of the NBA G League’s Santa Cruz Warriors on Wednesday. By Matt Tait

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Miles to join Dooley at Florida Gulf Coast

The all-time assist leader in Kansas University and Big 12 basketball history on Monday begins a coaching career meant to help others develop their games. By Gary Bedore

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Mr. Assists: Aaron Miles thrilled to join staff

An unselfish, pass-first point guard, 2005 Kansas University graduate Aaron Miles remains the program’s leader in assists with 954. In this day and age of increasing NBA early entry, it’s a record that may stand a long time.By Gary Bedore

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Miles named to KU basketball staff

Kansas University all-time assists leader Aaron Miles, who worked Bill Self’s camps in June and spent a lot of time in the KU basketball offices all summer, has been named a full-time member of the Jayhawk hoops staff.

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Good point: Former Kansas point guard Miles assesses play of Frank Mason III, Devonté Graham

When Aaron Miles watches basketball, he can’t fight back his strong personal bias in favor of point guards. By Benton Smith

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