Date: 12/12/2011
Source: Incapital
Author: Incapital

Incapital Supports Work by NBA Veteran Mike Miller to Help Disadvantaged and Disabled Kids

Incapital is proud to support the Mike Miller Foundation’s work to help disadvantaged and disabled children as a sponsor of the second annual Mike Miller Foundation Classic to be held December 29-30, 2011 at the Corn Palace in Mitchell, S.D.

Preseason Top 10 Findlay Prep (Henderson, Nevada) headlines a field made up of top high school boys basketball teams from Indiana, Minnesota, Nevada, South Dakota and Tennessee. The 12 team tournament will take place at the iconic Corn Palace in Mike Miller’s hometown of Mitchell, South Dakota.

“Incapital is excited to support the great work that Mike Miller and his wife Jennifer are doing through the Mike Miller Foundation to offer a helping hand to disadvantaged and disabled children,” said Incapital Chief Executive Officer John Radtke. “Incapital has a long track record of helping organizations that make a difference, which is why we’re especially happy to support the Mike Miler Foundation and the tremendous work they do to help kids.”

The Mike Miller Foundation has donated over 1.5 million in money and in-kind donations to a variety of causes for children including the Sanford Children's Hospital in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, the Make-A-Wish Organization in both Tennessee and South Dakota as well as the Houston High School Athletic Program in Collierville, TN.

Mike Miller is a member of the Miami Heat and an eleven year NBA veteran. Mike’s career began in Orlando, where he was the 2001 Rookie of the Year. Mike attended the University of Florida from 1999 until 2000, where as a sophomore, he led the Gators to the 2000 NCAA Championship game.

For more information about the Mike Miller Foundation Classic or the Mike Miller Foundation, please visit