Reggie Miller
A volatile, high-voltage scorer from the off guard position, Reggie Miller was one of the supreme shooters of any era. With 2,560 made three-pointers, he ended his career as the NBA's greatest long range shooter. The slender 6-7 and 190 pound former UCLA Bruin was selected with the 11th overall pick at the 1987 NBA Draft by the Indiana Pacers. He would go onto spend his entire 18-year career there becoming another legendary figure in basketball Hoosier history. He poured in 25,279 points to finish his career in 12th place on league's all-time scoring list. But he also had a penchant for the spectacular clutch shot in gunslinger fashion that made him a feared and despised opponent. His heroic play down the stretch of games became known as "Miller Time." more...
Complete Bio | Summary | Complete Stats
G
FG%
3PFG%
FT%
Rebs
RPG
Asts
APG
Stls
Blks
Pts
PPG
1,389
.471
.395
.888
4,182
3.0
4,141
3.0
1,505
299
25,279
18.2
Full Name: Regginald Wayne Miller
Born: 8/24/65 in Riverside, Calif.
High School: Riverside Polytechnic (Calif.)
College: UCLA
Drafted by: Indiana Pacers, 1987 (11th overall)
Height: 6-7; Weight: 190 lbs.
Honors: Five-time NBA All-Star (1990, '95, '96, '98, 2000); All-NBA Third Team (1995, '96, '98); NBA All-Rookie Second Team (1988); Olympic gold medalist (1996); World Championship gold medalist (1994); J.Walter Kennedy Citzenship Award (2004).