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Passed Charles Barkley for 14th place on the NBA's all-time career scoring list with his second point of the game at Minnesota, 12/20. ... Became just the 14th player in NBA history to reach the 24,000-point mark in his career with his fourth point vs. the L.A. Lakers, 2/2. Ended the season with 24,305 points, just 510 behind Patrick Ewing, who is in 13th place on the all-time list ... Ranked among the league's top five in assists-to-turnover ratio all season, he led Indiana with a ratio of 3.66-to-1. ... Has played 1,323 games in his career, seventh on the NBA's all-time list ... Finished the season just six games behind Moses Malone for sixth place on that list ... Has played more games with the same team than all but two players in NBA history, John Stockton and Karl Malone of the Utah Jazz ... Scored in double figures 34 times and was held scoreless once, at Orlando, 3/26 ... Scored a season-high 30 points in the Pacers' win at New York, 11/15, shooting 10-12 FGS and 6-7 3-pt FGS ... Went over 100 3-pt FGM for the 15th consecutive season, a NBA record ... The all-time NBA leader in 3-pt FGM ended the season with 2,464. ...
Ranked fifth in the NBA in free throw accuracy at 88.5 percent ... That ended a run of five straight seasons of shooting 90+ percent from the line. ... Ended the season just 13 FTM short of becoming the 14th player in NBA history with 6,000 free throws in his career ... When he scored at least 15 points, the Pacers were 15-1 ... Ended the season just five assists short of becoming the second player in Pacers' franchise history with 4,000 assists in his career. ... He won the NBA's J. Walter Kennedy Community Service Award.
Playoffs: Overall, averaged 10.1 points on .402 shooting (.375 from the 3-point line) in 16 postseason games ... Averaged 9.3 points on .386 shooting in the conference finals ... Scored his postseason high of 21 points in Game 2, adding six rebounds and going 10 of 10 from the line. ... Scored 15 on 6 of 7 shooting in Game 4 ... In second round against Miami, scored 19 points in 18 minutes in Game 2 ... In that game, moved past Bill Russell into 22nd place on the NBA's all-time playoff career scoring list ... In Game 4, he went without a field goal for just the second time in 125 postseason appearances. ... Joined Mark Jackson, Freddie Lewis, Roger Brown and Billy Keller as Pacers with at least 300 career postseason assists ... Tied his playoff career high with seven assists in Game 2 of the first round against Boston ... Had best offensive game of the first round in Game 4 with 14 points ... Established a playoff career-high with five steals in that game
After missing the entire preseason and the first 12 games of the regular season due to a bone bruise on his right ankle, he scored 13 points on 3-8 FGS, 3-6 3-pt FGS and 4-4 FTS in his debut at Washington, 11/26. ...
Those were the only games he missed and he was the only Pacers' player to start all the games he played. ...
In just his third game back from the injured list, he led the Pacers with 25 points at Washington, 11/29. ...
He finished the season ranked fifth in the NBA in free throw accuracy, shooting 90.0 percent FTS (207-230). ...
He has hit 90+ percent from the foul line in each of the last five seasons and a total of seven in his career. ...
He had four or more assists 13 times. ...
He connected on 113 3-pt FGS, the 14th consecutive season he has made at least 100 3-pt FGM. However, he had no 3-pt FGM in the season's last four games, his longest streak of the season. ...
The NBA's all-time career leader in 3-pt FGM, his four 3-pt FGM at Memphis, 2/18, gave him 2,300 3-pt FGM in his career and he finished the season with career 2,330 3-pt FGM. ...
He became the 18th player in league history to score 23,000 points with the seventh of his season-high 28 points at Detroit, 1/20. ...
He moved into 15th place on the NBA's all-time career scoring list, surpassing Robert Parish, with his 11 points vs. Utah, 3/14. With 23,505 points in his career, he ended the season just 252 points behind Charles Barkley for 14th place. ...
Recording a double-double for the first time in two years, he had 14 points and a season-high 10 rebounds vs. Boston, 2/1. It came two years and a day after his last one, which also came against the Celtics, 1/31/01. ...
In that game against the Celtics, he moved ahead of Elgin Baylor for 14th place on the NBA's all-time career free throws made list. He ended the season with a career 5,841 FTM. He is 190 FTM short of 13th place held by Dominique Wilkins. ...
He became the 11th player in NBA history to log 43,000 minutes with his 14 minutes vs. Chicago, 3/28. He finished the season with a total of 43,260 minutes in his career. ...
His career-low 70 games played gave him a club record 1,243 games in his career and that is the fourth highest total in NBA history by a player with one team. Only John Stockton and Karl Malone of the Jazz and John Havlicek of the Celtics have played more games with one team.
Averaged 16.5 ppg this season and scored 10+ points in 72 of 79 games...Had 20+ points 24 times, including a season-best 30 points in the Pacers’ overtime win vs. the Bucks, 4/12...Averaged 3.2 apg and dealt a team and season-high seven vs. the Sonics, 1/26, and at Houston, 1/5...The most prolific 3-pt shooter in the history of the NBA, connected on his 2,100th 3-pt FGM vs. Atlanta, 12/18...His six 3-pt FGM at Toronto, 4/7, gave him 2,200 in his career and he finished the season with 2,217 3-pt FGM...Became first player in the franchise’s history to score 22,000 points in his career with his 20 points vs. Detroit, 1/18...At Washington, 2/3, became the 14th player in NBA history to log 40,000 minutes in his career...With his 17 points at Seattle, 11/25, moved ahead of Hal Greer into 20th place on the NBA’s all-time career scoring list with 21,586 points...Overcame former Boston Celtics’ legend and Indiana Pacers head coach, Larry Bird, for 19th place on the NBA all-time career scoring list with his 16 points vs. New Jersey, 12/21...On Philadelphia, 2/17, moved ahead of Clyde Drexler for 18th place on the NBA’s all-time career scoring list...Ended the season with 22,623 points...First field goal against the Knicks, 11/9, was the 7,000th FGM in his career, becoming the 42nd player in the history of the league to reach that mark...Finished the year at fifth in league history in number of games played with the same team and just three games short of passing Hakeem Olajuwon who played in 1,177 games for the Houston Rockets...Moved ahead of Robert Parish for sixth on that list with his appearance vs. Atlanta, 11/20, and moved ahead of Hal Greer for fifth on the list with his outing at Cleveland, 12/22...With his one steal vs. Charlotte, 1/25, accumulated 1,285 steals in his career and moved ahead of Don Buse as the franchise’s all-time steals leader...Grabbed the 1,300th steal in his career at Phoenix, 2/28...Ended the season with 1,328 steals in his career...Led the NBA in free throw accuracy (91.1) for the fourth time in his career, the second straight season and the third time in the last four seasons...With his nine FTM vs. Boston, 4/2, became the 15th player in NBA history to connect on 5,600 free throws in his career...Ended the season with 5,634 FTM in his career, 15th highest in NBA history...Sat out three games this season due to NBA-imposed suspensions...With 180 3-pt FGM this season he hit 100+ 3-pt FGS for the 13th consecutive season, an NBA record...Ranked fourth in the NBA in 3-pt FGM...Became just the second player in franchise history to reach 3,500 assists at Phoenix on 2/28...Finished the season eighth on the Pacers’ all-time career rebounding list with 3,666 boards in his career...Named to the U.S. team for the 2002 FIBA World Basketball Championship for Men held in Indianapolis, 8/29 to 9/8, becoming one of only three American players to ever play for the United States twice in the World Championship (joining Michael Silliman of the U.S. Military Academy and Jim Williams of Temple University, who were both on the 1967 and 1970 U.S. World Championship teams)...Saw action in six of the team’s nine games in the World Championship and averaged 6.0 ppg on 11-29 FGS (.379), 10-23 3-pt FGS (.435) and 4-4 FTS.
Playoffs: He provided two memorable moments in the Pacers' Game Five loss to the New Jersey Nets, 5/2/02, draining a 40-foot 3-pt FGM at the buzzer to send the game into the first overtime and then flew in for an uncontested slam dunk to send the game into the second overtime. He scored a season-high (regular season or playoffs) 31 points and led the Pacers' starters in assists with four in that game against the Nets.
He also had 30 points to lead the Pacers in an 85-84 loss in Game Three, 4/26.
He posted averages of 18.9 points, 3.5 rebounds, 3.2 assists and 39.3 minutes per game in 81 games, all starts....As the most prolific 3-pt shooter in the history of the NBA, he made his 2,000 3-pt FGM vs. Sacramento, 3/18 and ended the season with 2037 3-pt FGM....Became the first Pacers'player to score 20,000 points in his career when he scored 30 points vs. Golden State, 11/17....Became the 21st player in NBA history to score 21,000 points in his career during the Pacers'win against Sacramento, 3/18....Finished the season with 21,319 points, 21st on the NBA's all-time career scoring list, just 267 points behind Hal Greer....Shooting a career-best 92.8 percent form the foul line, he won his third NBA free throw accuracy title and his second in the past three seasons....19th on the NBA's all-time career list with 38,254 minutes played, just 104 minutes behind Charles Oakley....Having played all 1,094 games of his career in a Pacers'uniform, he is seventh in league history in number of games played with the same team....Scored in double-figures in 76 of 81 games, scoring 20+ points 36 times and 30+ points six times....For the second straight season, he scored more points for the Pacers than any other player, but ranked second in scoring average....With his season-high five steals at Miami, 12/27, he reached the 1,200 mark in his career and ended the season with 1,240, the most ever by a Pacers'player in the NBA....His 1,240 thefts ranks second to Don Buse with 1,284 on the Pacers'franchise all-time list....Over the first 10 games of the season, he averaged 26.7 points, 4.0 rebounds, 4.2 assists and 40.4 minutes per game....In those 10 games, he shot 52.4 percent from the field (87-166), 48.6 percent from 3-pt range (34-70) and 90.8 percent from the charity stripe (59-65)....He made a season-high seven 3-pt FGs on four different occasions....He scored a season-high 41 points (13-21 FGs, 7-11 3-pt FGs, 8-8 FTs) and had five assists vs. Milwaukee, 11/8....He registered his only double-double of the season against Boston, 1/31, with 19 points and 10 rebounds, a season-high....Missed one game, 3/7, vs. New York, due to a league suspension.
Recorded a game-high 28 points in a 95-92 win at Cleveland on 3/10....Participated in the 2000 NBA All-Star Game....Scored 28 points in a 103-97 loss in Philadelphia on 1/22....Netted 29 points in a 106-84 win over Milwaukee on 1/19....Notched a game-high 30 points in a 109-99 win over Charlotte on 12/30....Posted a game-high 26 points in a 101-90 win over New York on 12/25....Scored a game-high 31 points (6-10 3 FG) in a 113-103 win over Seattle on 12/21....Recorded 26 points and 4 assists in a 108-90 win over the L.A. Clippers on 12/11....Posted a game-high 31 points (5-8 3 FG) in a 100-75 win in Utah on 12/3....Notched a game-high 26 points (10-10 FT) in a 96-89 victory in Vancouver on 12/1....Tallied a game-high 29 points (7-11 FG, 4-5 3 FG, 11-12 FT) in a 115-108 victory over Boston on 11/6....Scored a team-high 27 points, shooting 19-of-21 from the line, in a 119-112 victory at New Jersey on 11/2
Led the NBA in free-throw percentage (.915) and led the Pacers in scoring (18.4 ppg, 19th in the NBA) and three-pointers made (106, 3rd) and attempted (275, 6th)....Closed the season as the NBA's all-time career leader in three-pointers made (1,702) and attempted (4,225)....Registered a game-high 24 points (3-6 3FG), 3 rebounds and 3 assists in a 100-78 victory over the Cleveland Cavaliers on 5/4....Posted team-highs of 27 points and 12 rebounds in a 115-110 overtime victory over the Charlotte Hornets on 4/29....Scored a game-high 34 points, hitting 6-of-13 three-pointers, against the New Jersey Nets on 4/25....Scored his 18,000th career point, totaling a game-high 23 points (5-7 3FG) and 4 rebounds, in an 88-86 win over the Detroit Pistons on 4/5....Recorded a game-high 26 points (10-13 FG, 4-4 3FG, 2-2 FT), 3 rebounds and 3 assists against the Atlanta Hawks on 3/24....Scored a game-high 31 points (5-10 3FG) in a 96-87 victory over the Chicago Bulls on 3/19....Scored 20 of his game-high 28 points in the 2nd half, and notched 6 assists, in a 95-89 victory over the Cleveland Cavaliers on 2/8....Registered a game-high 26 points (3-6 3FG) and 3 rebounds against the Detroit Pistons on 2/7
Named to the 1997-98 NBA All-Interview Second Team....Named to the 1997-98 All-NBA Third Team....Hit a game-tying three-pointer with 1.6 left in regulation, scoring 19 points, in a 105-102 overtime victory over the Atlanta Hawks on 4/9
....Totaled a game-high 32 points, hitting 4-of-7 three-pointers, and 4 rebounds in a 96-94 win over the Milwaukee Bucks on 3/22....Scored a game-high 34 points, hitting 7-of-9 three-pointers, against the Chicago Bulls on 2/17....
Recorded a game-high 31 points and 4 rebounds in a 96-92 victory over the Atlanta Hawks on 2/14....Registered a game-high 30 points and 4 rebounds in a 110-101 victory over the Miami Heat on 2/11....Scored 14 points (6-8 FG) in the 1998 NBA All-Star Game in New York and also competed in the AT&T Shootout on All-Star Saturday....Scored a team-high 25 points (7-12 FG, 5-6 FT) and grabbed 3 rebounds against the Seattle SuperSonics on 2/4....Scored 15 points, including his 1,500th career three-pointer, in a 93-90 win over the Philadelphia 76ers on 1/28....Posted 20 points, 7 rebounds and 3 assists, and notched his 1,000th career steal, in an 85-84 win over the Washington Wizards on 1/27....Recorded a game-high 32 points (9-15 FG, 12-15 FT) and 5 rebounds in a 95-88 win over the Boston Celtics on 1/24....Registered a team-high 25 points and 4 rebounds in a 100-93 victory over the Detroit Pistons on 1/14....
Totaled 23 points (9-13 FG), 6 assists and 4 rebounds in a 109-91 victory over the New Jersey Nets on 12/30....Posted 28 points (8-14 FG, 4-4 3FG, 8-8 FT) and 4 assists in a 104-89 victory over the Miami Heat on 12/12....Recorded a game-high 30 points, hitting 4-of-5 three-pointers, 5 assists, 4 rebounds and 3 steals against the Atlanta Hawks on 11/12....Registered a game-high 33 points, hitting 3-of-5 three-pointers, in a 96-83 win over the Golden State Warriors on 11/1....Scored a game-high 35 points (10-19 FG, 12-13 FT) against the New Jersey Nets on 10/31.
Miller started 81 games for the Pacers, missing one contest due to the flu, and ranked 11th in the NBA with a team-high 21.6 ppg, his best average in six years. He became the first player in Pacers history to reach 15,000 points against Orlando on Feb. 4 and finished the season with a total of 15,824....
Scored in double figures in 87 consecutive games, including 72 in 1996-97, until he was held to eight points by Miami on April 3. It was the only game all season in which he did not reach double digits....Led the league with a team-record 229 three-pointers made, boosting his career total to 1,432, second-most in NBA history, just 29 behind the leader, Dale Ellis. His .427 percentage from behind the arc ranked sixth in the NBA. He also ranked sixth in free throw shooting at .880....Scored 20+ points 48 times and 30+ points 10 times, including a season-high 40 points in a 106-95 victory at Charlotte on 1/29.....Scored 20 or more points in 11 consecutive games from 2/26 to 3/18....
Led the Pacers with 2,966 minutes and also averaged 3.4 assists, both figures being his highest since 1991-92. He topped the team in scoring 53 times and in assists 13 times.
Miller's season started on a high note as he was selected to the Dream Team that would represent the United States at the Olympics in Atlanta....It ended on a sour note, however, as he suffered a fractured right eye socket after colliding with Detroit's Otis Thorpe in a game on April 13....Underwent surgery the next day and missed the last four games of the regular season and the first four games of the playoffs, appearing only in Game 5 as the Pacers were upset in the first round by Atlanta.....Team-high 21.1 scoring average ranked 14th in the NBA, and he also contributed 3.3 assists and 2.8 rebounds in a team-high 34.5 minutes per game.....Also led the Pacers with 168 three-pointers made and 410 attempted, a solid .410 mark, and his free throw percentage of .863 was eighth-best in the NBA....Scored in double figures in 72 of his 76 games played, getting a season-high 40 points twice: against Phoenix on Jan. 23 and against Miami on 4/6....Started the season strong, scoring 20 or more points in 11 of his first 12 games and averaging 26.1 ppg in that span....Named to his third All-Star appearance, the only Pacer to be selected more than once, and contributed eight points to the East's 129-118 win in San Antonio....In the playoffs, after sitting out the first four games, Miller wore a protective mask and started Game 5....Scored a game-high 29 points in 31 minutes, but it was not enough as the Pacers were beaten 89-87 by Atlanta in the deciding game of the first round series.
Miller was the offensive sparkplug for the Indiana Pacers once again, leading the club in scoring at 19.6 points per game....League's fourth-best free-throw shooter with an .897 percentage and finished 15th in three-point field-goal percentage at .415, but Miller's overall field-goal percentage (.462) was the lowest of his career....Continued to add to his three-point total, sinking 195 treys to finish the season with 1,035 for his career and maintain his No. 2 ranking on the NBA all-time list behind Dale Ellis....Was spectacular at times, posting eight games in which he topped 30 points....Hit for his season high against the Milwaukee Bucks on 3/15, when he poured in 40 points....In a 10-day offensive outburst in early January, he led the Pacers in scoring in seven straight games while averaging 25.9 points....Selected to play in his second All-Star Game (his first as a starter), he scored 9 points and added 2 assists, 1 blocked shot, and 1 steal.....The Pacers set a club record with 50 wins as they claimed their first division title since joining the NBA....The team then advanced all the way to the Eastern Conference Finals for the second straight year before falling to the Orlando Magic in seven games....Scorched the Atlanta Hawks in the opening round of the playoffs to the tune of 31.7 points per game, hitting for 39 points while draining 7 three-pointers in Game 2....In Game 1 of the conference semifinals against New York he stunned the Knicks with 8 points in the final 16.4 seconds to erase a 6-point Knicks lead and steal a win for the Pacers at Madison Square Garden....The flurry was reminiscent of his 25-point fourth-quarter outburst at New York in the Eastern Conference Finals the previous season....Otherwise, he had a relatively quiet series against New York (22.6 ppg)....In the first six games against Orlando, however, Miller exploded....Scored 17 points in the first period of Game 1 (and 26 for the contest), then collected 37 in Game 2....In Game 6 he scored 28 points in the first half on the way to a 36-point evening....Held in check in Game 7, however, as the Pacers fell, 101-85....Finished the playoffs with an average of 25.5 points per game.
Miller had been considered one of the NBA's best guards for years, but the events of the 1993-94 season catapulted him to superstardom. After a typically solid regular season Miller carried the Pacers on the longest playoff run in their NBA history....His performance in Game 5 of the Eastern Conference Finals against the New York Knicks may well be remembered as the defining moment of his career....In that game Miller poured in 25 points in the fourth quarter-hitting 5 of 5 from three-point range-to lead Indiana to a 93-86 victory at Madison Square Garden....New York won the next two games to take the series, but Miller's exploits in Game 5 would stand as one of the greatest individual efforts in NBA Playoff history....After the season Miller garnered more attention as one of the top performers on Dream Team II, the squad that represented the United States at the 1994 World Championship of Basketball in Toronto and Hamilton, Ontario, Canada....Averaged 17.1 points for the tournament-hitting 30 of 55 attempts from the international three-point line-helping the U.S. to the gold medal....In addition to all of his postseason accomplishments, Miller had another outstanding year in the 1993-94 regular season....Led the Pacers in scoring (19.9 ppg) for the fifth consecutive year, and on 4/17 he surpassed Billy Knight to become the team's all-time leading scorer....One of the league's top marksmen from any distance, he shot .503 from the field, .908 from the free-throw line (second in the NBA), and .421 from three-point range (third in the league)....If there was any negative aspect of Miller's incredible season, it was a sprained ankle that kept him out of three games and brought his streak of consecutive games started to an end at 345.
Prior to the 1992-93 season, Indiana traded Chuck Person to the Minnesota Timberwolves in order to give Miller more room on the perimeter....The six-year veteran responded with a 21.2 scoring average and set a new franchise record with 167 three-point field goals, tying Dan Majerle for the most in the NBA....
For the fourth straight season Miller played in all 82 games. He also extended his string of consecutive starts to 339, the longest active streak in the league. He ranked 13th in the league in three-point percentage (.399) and seventh in free-throw shooting (.880)....Seemed to add a new, brilliant wrinkle nearly every season, and this year his gift to the league was a career-high 57 points in a game against the Charlotte Hornets on 11/28....Again phenomenal in the playoffs, although Indiana lost to the New York Knicks in the first round....Tied a playoff record for free-throw accuracy by hitting 17 of 17 attempts in Game 1, then went on to average 31.5 points for the series, hitting 10 of 19 three-point attempts.
Miller and Chuck Person formed a formidable three-point shooting tandem for the Indiana Pacers. Person rained in 132 treys in 1991-92, while Miller canned 129....Edged Person for the team scoring lead, however, finishing with 20.7 points per game to Person's 18.5....Scored in double figures in 76 of his 82 appearances, with 47 games of 20 or more points and 9 games of at least 30....Became one of only four players in the Pacers' NBA history to score 7,500 career points when he reached the milestone during a game against the Chicago Bulls on 4/11....Unstoppable in the postseason, averaging 27.0 points while shooting .581 from the floor.....Unfortunately it was a short visit for the Pacers, who lost to the Boston Celtics in a first-round sweep.
By the start of his fourth NBA season, Miller had already established himself as one of the league's best three-point shooters. In 1990-91 he joined the free-throw shooting elite as well, leading the NBA and setting a new Pacers record with a .918 percentage (551-of-600)....Established a club mark by making 52 consecutive free throws from 3/5 to 3/18....Led Indiana in scoring for the second straight season, finishing with 22.6 points per game on .512 field-goal shooting. The only Pacer to start all 82 games, he recorded his first career triple-double against the Charlotte Hornets on March 5, with 22 points, 10 assists, and 10 rebounds....The Pacers made a first-round playoff exit for the second straight season, this time at the hands of the Boston Celtics....In five postseason games Miller shot .486 from the floor and averaged 21.6 points.
It didn't take long for more honors to roll into Miller's court....In only his third NBA season, he became the first Pacer to play in the NBA All-Star Game since Don Buse and Billy Knight in 1977....Finished runner-up to the Miami Heat's Rony Seikaly for the NBA Most Improved Player Award....Scoring average soared for the second straight season, this time to a career-high 24.6 points per game, eighth best in the NBA....Finished third in the league in three-pointers made, with 150, and ninth in three-point percentage, at .414. He participated in the Long Distance Shootout at the NBA All-Star Weekend and finished second to Chicago's Craig Hodges....Scored at least 20 points 57 times, had 30 or more 23 times, and broke 40 twice, including a season-high 44 points against the Chicago Bulls on 1/10....Tied a Pacers record with 7 three-pointers in a January 30 game against the Magic in Orlando....Indiana reached the NBA Playoffs in 1990 for the first time in Miller's career, but it was a brief visit....Defending NBA-champion Detroit Pistons swept the Pacers in a first-round series, despite Miller's 20.7 points per game on .571 shooting from the field.
Miller easily adjusted to the longer three-point shot in the NBA. In only his second season, he ranked ninth in the league in three-point percentage (.402) while establishing new Pacers records (which he would later break) with 98 treys in 244 attempts....His long-range accuracy earned him a spot in the Long Distance Shootout at the NBA All-Star Weekend in Houston, where he finished fourth.....Scored in double figures 56 times during the season and boosted his scoring average from 10.0 points per game as a rookie to 16.0 in his second campaign....Knocked down a season-high 36 points against the Golden State Warriors on 3/2, hitting 6 of 11 three-point attempts to tie a club record for treys in one game....Led Indiana with 93 steals.
He broke an eight-year-old mark set by Larry Bird when he hit 61 three-pointers for the season, more than any other rookie in NBA history(The Orlando Magic's Dennis Scott would shatter the mark by hitting 125 treys in 1990-91)....Averaged 10.0 points for the season, shooting .488 from the field and .355 from three-point range....The only Pacer to play in all 82 games, he scored a season-high 31 points against the Philadelphia 76ers on 4/16 and grabbed 7 rebounds against the Milwaukee Bucks on 4/9.
As a junior at UCLA, Miller he ranked fourth in the nation with a scoring average of 25.9 points per game....Poured in 22.3 points per contest as a senior....When he left UCLA in 1987, he ranked second on the school's all-time scoring list behind Kareem Abdul-Jabbar....Both players have since been passed by Don MacLean, but Miller made his mark with the Bruins as one of the greatest pure shooters in school history.....Ranked fourth in the nation in scoring as a junior (25.9 ppg), then averaged 22.3 points as a senior....The lanky 6-foot-7 guard shot a remarkable .547 from the field over his four-year career, including .439 from three-point range.