Denver Nuggets Rookie Quincy Miller Thought Cavs Would Draft Him

Denver Nuggets rookie Quincy Miller and Denver Broncos linebacker Wesley Woodyard hang out with MMG artist Stalley during his recent tour stop in Denver.

Maybach Music Group artist Stalley has been blogging his experiences on the BET Music Matters Tour, and his recent stop in Denver came complete with some special guests. Wesley Woodyard, linebacker for the Denver Broncos, hopped on stage to help Stalley kick off his show, and Denver Nuggets rookie Quincy Miller was waiting for Stalley backstage.

The former Baylor Bear chopped it up with the Ohio emcee, bemoaning what it's like to be a rookie and, after finding out that Stalley is a Cleveland Cavaliers fan, revealing that he worked out for the Cavs and thought they were going to draft him. A projected first rounder, Miller fell to the Nuggets in the second round in the 2012 NBA Draft. Check out the full video below.

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Maybach Music Group artist Stalley has been blogging his experiences on the BET Music Matters Tour, and his recent stop in Denver came complete with some special guests. Wesley Woodyard, linebacker for the Denver Broncos, hopped on stage to help Stalley kick off his show, and Denver Nuggets rookie Quincy Miller was waiting for Stalley backstage.

The former Baylor Bear chopped it up with the Ohio emcee, bemoaning what it's like to be a rookie and, after finding out that Stalley is a Cleveland Cavaliers fan, revealing that he worked out for the Cavs and thought they were going to draft him. A projected first rounder, Miller fell to the Nuggets in the second round in the 2012 NBA Draft. Check out the full video below.


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