Thank You Reggie Miller

IrisWildcat

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Growing up playing basketball in Indiana, Reggie Miller was and is the player to try to be like. Watching him go at the Knicks and Spike Lee, nailing clutch 3 pointers time and time again when most people would air ball, he was a big part of the glory days of the 80-90's basketball.

So to Reggie Miller, thanks for 18 seasons of hard work, amazing plays and being a class act.



# 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

# Won the NBA's J. Walter Kennedy Community Service Award for 2003-04

# In 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 Pacer 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
 

AzNsPe3dbOi

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one of the many great players that have been in the NBA. i remembering watching him on ESPN when i was younger and when i just started getting into Basketball. good luck to you Reggie //forums.stashedboxes.com/public/style_emoticons//metal.gif
 

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Next stop for reggie is the hall of fame! //forums.stashedboxes.com/public/style_emoticons//smile.gif
 

gregushka04

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ahhh he was good. hes anouncing now for playoff games
 

Liam

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A tireless worker and a great ambassador for basketball. //forums.stashedboxes.com/public/style_emoticons//eusa_clap.gif Reggie
 

$$$

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yo iris, why so late?
 

Kidoopz

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Iris has hit a sentimental part in his basketball heart :p .. Reggie deserves to be in the hall of fame.. He made jump shooting exciting to watch.. And his personality on the court just made the game much better.... He is a basketball icon and truely missed..
 

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the real remember this



hahaha, i was browsin throuigh websites, and i seen peeps been swaggar jackin my old school photos
 

xjomox

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lol goddamn throwback pic.

to reggie. :beer:
 

REBble810

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iris' original post is over a year old. how do people find this stuff? had to be buried at least 20 pages deep in the archives

oh yeah i almost forgot. on behalf of NY Knicks fans everywhere, reggie sucks.
 

xjomox

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i just realized this too.

greg please do not spam the forum and dig up super old topics