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He never won an NBA title, but there is no doubt that Reggie Miller left behind a storied career in basketball and remains a champion of the game.
This coming Friday, the 14-time all-star and Indiana Pacers legend will be inducted into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame by his sister, Cheryl Miller.
He will join Don Nelson, Ralph Sampson and Jamaal Wilkes among other notables.
Like John Stockton and Charles Barkley before him, Miller will enter the HOF without the thrill of claiming an NBA title, but his resume stands among some of the best shooting guards ever to play the game.
The Indianapolis Star is running a detailed timeline of Miller's 18-year NBA career, featuring his 25,279 points and 2,560 three-pointers made, which ranks him No. 2 all-time in the game.
"I didn't play the game to make the Hall of Fame," Miller said in an interview with USA Today.
"I never allowed myself to say, 'I need to be in there with Magic...
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As a former Indiana Pacer, Mark Jackson is certainly biased, but it's still interesting to note how highly he ranks Reggie Miller as an SG.
Reggie Miller will be inducted to the Naismith Hall of Fame Friday night as part of the 2012 class, below are some career highlights of the five-time NBA All-Star. While Miller may not be a top three two-guard — Sorry, Mark Jackson — but he is one of the top two-guards to play the [...]
In celebration of Reggie Miller, his career and his HOF induction.
Reggie Miller is joining his sister, Cheryl, in the basketball Hall of Fame.
The former Indiana Pacers star will be inducted into the basketball shrine on Friday night along with Don Nelson, the winningest coach in NBA history, and Nike co-founder Phil Knight.
Ralph Sampson, the only three-time college player of the year, and Jamaal Wilkes, who won two NCAA titles at and four in...
Reggie Miller is currently a broadcaster, but would consider a front office role in the future.
“When you take Michael Jordan and you take Kobe Bryant out of the discussion, he’s as good as any two-guard that has ever played the game…” - Mark Jackson
Soooooo basically he’s the third greatest 2, ever? I dunno about that Mark. I get that he’s possibly being inducted into the HOF this week but you over did the compliment my man.
When Mel Daniels is inducted into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame on Friday, he will be at no shortage for familiar faces. Daniels, a two-time ABA Most Valuable Player and three-time ABA champion, will not only be one of two Indiana Pacers greats to head into the hall, but will also join a fellow Detroit Pershing High School alum in the class of 2012. Reggie Miller...