Mike Miller is no longer a member of the Miami Heat but still has a lingering legal issue with the franchise. Miller is considering filing a lawsuit against the Heat after being defrauded of $1.7 million by Haider Zafar. Zafar was not an employee of the organization but was introduced to Miller by the Heat's executive vice president of sales Stephen Weber reports Barry Jackson of the Miami Herald:

"According to Miller's complaint that has been drawn up but not yet filed a Heat employee introduced Miller to Zafar and Zafar used $700000 of the money he stole from Miller to pay for courtside Heat tickets.

"Settlement talks between Miller and the Heat have stalled. Miller asked for that $700000 back from the Heat plus attorney's fees but "the parties were far apart" Miller's attorney Andrew Fine said."
Miller was led to believe Zafar would invest his money into a high-yield private fund. It was later discovered Zafar had no access to such fund and used $700000 of Miller's "investment" money to pay for courtside seats at Heat games.