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End of an Era: Rick Carlisle, Larry Brown, Reggie Miller and Jermaine O'Neal on the final game of Miller's career
Regular-season Tribute: Reggie Miller, Cheryl Miller, Mark Jackson and Rick Carlisle talk about Reggie's regular-season finale
Retirement Announcement: Reggie Miller, Jermaine O'Neal Donnie Walsh, Rick Carlisle, Austin Croshere, Fred Jones, Stephen Jackson, Patrick Ewing and Jeff Van Gundy on Reggier's retirement announcement
Fantastic Finishes: Re-live some of Reggie's magic moments
2003-04 Season Highlights: 56k | 300k
31 & Only: a tribute to Reggie's career
Franchise pays tribute to Reggie in regular-season finale
Reggie passes West for 12th on scoring list
Reggie makes final appearance in Garden
Reggie named Player of the Week in East
Reggie leading team toward playoffs
Surging Reggie has "The Logo" in his sights
Should Reggie reconsider retirement decision?
Why did Reggie choose this season to retire?
Former teammates, rivals pay tribute to Reggie
It's official: Reggie will retire after this season
Was report on Reggie's retirement accurate?
Why has Reggie faded from offense?
What's the story of Reggie's pregame ritual?
Renewed Reggie ready to assume major role
Reggie activated from injured list
Pacers ready to move forward
Miller suspended 1 game
Reggie out 4-6 weeks with broken bone in hand
Reggie hints 2004-05 may be final season
Will Reggie get more involved in offense?
Reggie tells Kilborn he'll be back
Reggie has more help at shooting guard this season
Will Reggie go out with a ring?
Shouldn't Reggie be in top 50?
Is Reggie's 3-point record unbreakable?
Why hasn't Reggie ever gained weight?
Reggie Wins Kennedy Citizenship Award
Miller Featured on Beyond the Glory
Book Ranks Reggie Among NBA’s 50 Greatest
2004-05 Player HQ
Number: 31 Height: 6-7 Weight: 195 Birthday: 8/24/65
He has hinted that this may be his final NBA season, and his teammates would like nothing more than to send him out with his first championship ring. As the team's offensive focus continued to shift toward Jermaine O'Neal and Ron Artest, he remains a threat from the perimeter, though his big scoring nights have become more an exception than the rule. One of the great leaders by example in NBA history, accepted his reduced role with zeal and continued to serve as a role model for the development of the team's younger players. Still a credible defender. Could be more aggressive with his shot, at times, but generally does an admirable job fitting into the team's offensive concept that stresses ball movement both inside-out and side-to-side. Though there was some question about the security of his spot in the starting lineup when Stephen Jackson was acquired, it has been laid to rest.
Passed Charles Barkley for 14th place on the NBA's all-time career scoring list, finishing the 2003-04 season with 24,305 points.
Has played 1,323 games in his career, seventh on the NBA's all-time 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
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 3-pt FGM
In the second round against Miami, scored 19 points in 18 minutes in Game 2 to move past Bill Russell into 22nd place on the NBA's all-time playoff career scoring list
Recorded a double-double for the first time in two years, he had 14 points and a season-high 10 rebounds vs. Boston, 2/1/03. It came two years and a day after his last one, which also came against the Celtics, 1/31/01.
Represented the U.S. in the 2002 World Basketball Championship in Indianapolis.
Averaged 24.3 points against the Lakers in the 2000 NBA Finals.
Five-time All-Star (1990, '95, '96, 98 and 2000).
Named to the All-NBA Third Team in 1997-98 for the third time, following 1994-95 and 1995-96
Named to the 1997-98 NBA All-Interview Second Team
Competed in 3-point contest on All-Star Weekend five times, finishing as high as 2nd in 1990 and 1995
Became the first Pacers player ever to start in an NBA All-Star Game in 1995.
Member of the gold medal-winning U.S. Olmpic Basketball Team at the 1996 Summer Olympics in Atlanta
Leading scorer (17.1 ppg) and a tri-captain on the gold medal-winning U.S. Basketball Team at the 1994 World Basketball Championship in Toronto.
Named to the 1987-88 NBA All-Rookie Second Team after averaging 10.0 ppg and 2.3 rpg
What’s the most important thing a coach ever told you?
Play the game the right way.
If you weren’t a pro basketball player, what pro sport would you be playing (and what position?)
Baseball. I would be the second baseman.
What’s your favorite charity/community memory?
The Reggie Miller Foundation (to raise funds for burn victims). I like visiting children’s hospitals and putting on “Reggie Bowl” (a fundraiser for his foundation).
Who is the most famous person you ever met?
What reality show would you like to participate in and why?
The Bachelor. It provides many options.
Signed through the 2005-06 season
Full name is Reginald Wayne Miller
In 2004, was awarded the NBA's J. Walter Kennedy Community Service Award
During the 2001-02 season, including the preseason and playoffs, donated $1,000 for every 3-pt FGM to the American Red Cross Disaster Relief Fund for a total of $206,000
Was honored as one of the USA Weekend magazine’s Most Caring Athletes for 2002
Started the Reggie Miller Foundation to assist fire victims
Serves on the Board of Directors of the Dale Davis Foundation
Enjoys making surprise visits to elementary schools around central Indiana
Generously contributes to several children’s charities, including Riley Hospital for Children
Was honored by the Make-A-Wish Foundation for his work with terminally ill children and he regularly participates in the Make-A-Wish Foundation postgame activities
Was a national spokesperson for the Reading is Fundamental (RIF) program
In 1998, was inducted into UCLA’s Hall of Fame
Sister, Cheryl, was a member of the U.S. gold-medal winning 1984 Olympic basketball team and is a current analyst for Turner Sports; brother, Darrell, is a former major league catcher; sister, Tammy, played volleyball at Cal State-Fullerton; oldest brother, Saul, Jr., is a musician
Has a degree in history from UCLA
Has appeared on numerous TV talk shows and had a cameo role in the Billy Crystal movie “Forget Paris”
Appeared in the HBO show “Arliss,” and has also in TV sitcoms “Hangin’ With Mr. Cooper” and “Parenthood”
Wears a size 14 basketball shoe.