June 19, 2013
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.
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
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
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
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.
When Aaron Miles watches basketball, he can’t fight back his strong personal bias in favor of point guards. By Benton Smith