Embattled point guard Andre Miller has no desire to return to the Denver Nuggets, a source told Yahoo Sports on Saturday.
The Nuggets were reportedly attempting to bring back the veteran but the relationship is beyond repair, according to the source.
"The vibe is delusional," the source said. "It's a burned bridge. No reconciliation. He's waiting by the door with his bag already packed. The relationship is irreparable. Under no circumstances does he want to come back to Denver.
"Andre hasn't spoken about the situation. He's being quiet out of goodwill."
Sources said Nuggets coach Brian Shaw also has no interest in bringing back Miller and the two have not spoken with one another about a possible return. Miller was suspended two games in January after yelling at Shaw during a game.
Miller has been working out daily at the Nuggets practice facility, mostly at night away from the team. Nuggets general manager Tim Connelly has attended some of those workouts.
A source in Miller's camp told Yahoo Sports that there is hope the point guard will be traded before Thursday's trade deadline.