Darius Miller’s stats at World University Games

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Here’s a look at how Darius Miller is playing, judging by the box scores, at the World University Games.

Scoring: Miller has scored 34 points in the tournament, averaging 6.8 per game. After making just one of five shots in first game, Miller is 12-of-22 from the floor in the last four. That puts him at 13-of-27 for the tournament, or 48.1 percent. As for three-point shooting, Miller has made four of seven threes in the five games. At the line, the senior-to-be is just four-of-eight, however.

Meanwhile, Vandy’s John Jenkins is averaging 12.8 points per game and has made 14 of 34 threes.

Rebounding: Miller has rebounded the ball well in three of the five games, but in two outings he managed just one rebound. Overall, he has 21 off the glass for the tournament, fifth best on the team behind Trevor Mbakwe (49), Draymond Green (31), JaMychal Green (28) and Tim Abromaitis (22). Mbkawe, who plays for Tubby Smith at Minnesota, has had four double-doubles in five games.

Other: Miller has four assists compared to seven turnovers. Three of those turnovers came in one game, against South Korea. He did have four steals in the win over Finland, and five for the tourney.

Click here for an Excel spreadsheet of the U.S. team’s game-by-game individual stats.

Here are Miller’s game-by-game stats:

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