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He remembers setting up a trampoline — much to the dismay of his orthopedic surgeon father — next to abasketball goal so the three could slam dunk.He remembers something else: His older brother, Greg, being diagnosed with a cancerous brain tumor at age 7. He didn't have much time to live."When Greg first got diagnosed, he wasn't given much of a chance," said Tyler, 27, as he sat on the Pacers practice court at Bankers Life Fieldhouse on Monday.Until I quit, finding something to replace this will be hard.” Miller signed with Denver last summer, but appeared in just 20 games and averaged 7.6 minutes per night.His .5MM salary for next season won’t become guaranteed until July 12th."It wasn't good at all."Most people know Indiana Pacers players Tyler and youngest brother Ben, 25.
In addition being named Gatorade Player of the Year in Missouri, he was named a Mc Donald's and Parade All-America.There’s more from the Northwest Division: Veteran forward Tyler Hansbrough recently signed a D-League contract and has now been claimed by the Fort Wayne Mad Ants, the league announced in a press release.It’s a reunion of sorts of Hansbrough and the Pacers — the former UNC standout played in Indiana for his first four NBA seasons, and will now play for the team’s D-League affiliate.He can't move his left hand or the toes on his left feet. But then one day, the left-handed layups stopped falling.And while Greg is his brothers' inspiration, he says they are very much his."As I was training for marathons, I fed off of them more than they will ever know," said Greg, who is finishing his communications degree at the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill, where Tyler was a star for the Tarheels. I pictured Ben lifting weights and playing pickup with anybody in town who would play with him."While the two younger Hansbroughs are the standout athletes now, it was Greg people watched before he got cancer. One night at dinner, he couldn't get his left hand to use the fork.
Andrew Tyler Hansbrough (born November 3, 1985) is an American professional basketball player for the Guangzhou Long-Lions of the Chinese Basketball Association (CBA).