Reggie Miller

Reggie Miller

Basketball Player

Reginald Wayne Miller is an American former professional basketball player who played his entire 18-year National Basketball Association career with the Indiana Pacers.

Full Name
Aug 24, 1965
6′ 7″
Net Worth


Reggie Miller was born on August 24, 1965 in Riverside, California. He is an American retired professional basketball player who played his entire 18-year career with the Indiana Pacers of the National Basketball Association (NBA). Miller grew up in Riverside and graduated from Riverside Polytechnic High School before attending UCLA. He was a four-time All-American and won the Wooden Award in 1987. 

Miller was drafted by the Pacers 11th overall in the 1987 NBA draft. During his NBA career, Miller made five All-Star appearances and won three 3-point contests. He led the league in free throw percentage four times and recorded the second most three-point field goals made in NBA history. Miller also set several playoff records including most points scored in a series, most three pointers made in a game, and most consecutive games with a three pointer.

Miller finished his career as a member of the 50–40–90 club (shooting 50% from the field, 40% from three-point range, and 90% from the free throw line) for two seasons (1996–97 & 1997–98). In 2005 he was inducted into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame. After his retirement, he served as analyst for TNT's Inside The NBA program until 2019.

Life Timeline

<div id="" class="timeline-item"><p id="" class="timeline-year">1965</p><h3 id="" class="timeline-title">Reggie Miller is Born</h3><p id="" class="timeline-text">On August 24, 1965, Reggie Miller was born in Riverside, California.</p></div>

    <div id="" class="timeline-item"><p id="" class="timeline-year">1987</p><h3 id="" class="timeline-title">Selected 11th Overall in NBA Draft</h3><p id="" class="timeline-text">On June 22, 1987, Miller was selected 11th overall by the Indiana Pacers.</p></div>

    <div id="" class="timeline-item"><p id="" class="timeline-year">1994</p><h3 id="" class="timeline-title">Wins Gold Medal At FIBA World Championship</h3><p id="" class="timeline-text">Miller wins a gold medal with the U.S. National Team at the FIBA World Championship.</p></div>

    <div id="" class="timeline-item"><p id="" class="timeline-year">1998</p><h3 id="" class="timeline-title">Scores 8 Points in 8.9 Seconds</h3><p id="" class="timeline-text">On May 7, 1998, Miller scored 8 points in 8.9 seconds to complete an improbable come-from-behind victory for the Pacers over the New York Knicks.</p></div>

    <div id="" class="timeline-item"><p id="" class="timeline-year">2005</p><h3 id="" class="timeline-title">Inducted into Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame</h3><p id="" class="timeline-text">Miller was inducted into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame in 2005.</p></div>

    <div id="" class="timeline-item"><p id="" class="timeline-year">2011</p><h3 id="" class="timeline-title">Retires from NBA</h3><p id="" class="timeline-text">On August 18, 2011, Reggie Miller officially announced his retirement from the NBA.</p></div>

    <div id="" class="timeline-item"><p id="" class="timeline-year">2016</p><h3 id="" class="timeline-title">Receives NBA's Twyman-Stokes Teammate of the Year Award</h3><p id="" class="timeline-text">The award recognizes a player's excellence in unselfish play and leadership qualities.</p></div>

Why We Love Them

<div id="" class="whywelove-item"><h3 id="" class="whywelove-title"><span class="whywelove-leter">A.</span> He's an Exciting Player</h3><p id="" class="whywelove-text">Reggie Miller was an exciting player. He was known for his clutch shooting and his ability to hit big shots in important moments. He also had a knack for making incredible plays, often getting the crowd out of their seats with his amazing athleticism.</p></div>

    <div id="" class="whywelove-item"><h3 id="" class="whywelove-title"><span class="whywelove-leter">B.</span> He's a Great Leader</h3><p id="" class="whywelove-text">Reggie Miller was a great leader, both on and off the court. He was always encouraging his teammates and pushing them to be better. His leadership skills were key to the success of the Indiana Pacers during his time there.</p></div>

    <div id="" class="whywelove-item"><h3 id="" class="whywelove-title"><span class="whywelove-leter">C.</span> Laughter is fun</h3><p id="" class="whywelove-text">Laughing is one of the best antidotes to stress and sadness. Reggie Miller was known for being one of the funniest players in the league, often cracking jokes and keeping everyone entertained. Even after games he could be seen with a smile on his face, reminding us all that life can still be fun.</p></div>

Interesting Facts

<div id="" class="facts-item"><h3 id="" class="facts-title"><span class="facts-number">1.</span> Most Three-Pointers in NBA History</h3><p id="" class="facts-text">Reggie Miller holds the record for most three-pointers made in NBA history with 2,560.</p></div>

    <div id="" class="facts-item"><h3 id="" class="facts-title"><span class="facts-number">2.</span> Starred in a Movie</h3><p id="" class="facts-text">Reggie Miller starred in the 1994 movie "Blue Chips" alongside Shaquille O'Neal and Nick Nolte.</p></div>

    <div id="" class="facts-item"><h3 id="" class="facts-title"><span class="facts-number">3.</span> Olympic Medalist</h3><p id="" class="facts-text">Reggie Miller competed in the 1996 Summer Olympics, winning a gold medal as part of the US basketball team.</p></div>

    <div id="" class="facts-item"><h3 id="" class="facts-title"><span class="facts-number">4.</span> All Time Leader in Free Throws</h3><p id="" class="facts-text">Reggie Miller is the all time leader in free throws made in the NBA with 6,494.</p></div>

    <div id="" class="facts-item"><h3 id="" class="facts-title"><span class="facts-number">5.</span> Holds Record For Most Consecutive Three Pointers</h3><p id="" class="facts-text">Reggie Miller holds the record for most consecutive three-pointers in a game with eight.</p></div>


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