Reggie "Thriller" Miller
Miller was a member of the gold medal-winning Olympic men's basketball team in 1996 and of the Team USA for the 1994 and 2002 World Championship. The 2002 team did not win the championship that year, which was the first time that NBA players competed against international competition and lost. Miller was injured during the 2002 World Championships and played limited minutes.
Miller played more games with the same team than all but two players in NBA history, John Stockton and Karl Malone of the Utah Jazz. Over the course of his career, Miller scored 25,279 points
, with an average of 18.2 points
per game. He shot .471
from the field, .395 from 3-point
range and .888
from the free throw line.
Miller made the All-NBA First Team three times throughout his career and received his only MVP votes in 1998 and 2000.
Miller was the first Indiana Pacer to start in an NBA All-Star Game, first doing so in 1995. He was also selected to the team in 1990, 1996, 1998 and 2000. During the 98 player introductions, the PA announcer mistakes Miller as a two-time Olympic gold-medalist.
The book Who's Better, Who's Best by Elliott Kalb lists Miller among the top 50 NBA players of all time.
Miller is the all-time NBA leader in total 3-point field goal made (2,560) and ranks at 13th place in total points (25,279), 7th in free throw percentage (88.8%), 6th in minutes played (47,619) and 7th in games played (1,323). He is also all-time NBA leader in total three-point field goals made in the playoffs (320).
Miller also holds the record for most taken three point field goals in an NBA career.(6,486)
Miller led the league twice in three-point field goals made (1992-93, 1996-97). He also led the league in free throw percentage five times, including his last season.
Miller is the NBA's career leader in four-point plays with 24.
Miller made a three-pointer in 68 consecutive games from November 15, 1996 to April 6, 1997.
In 2003, Reggie Miller was ranked 42nd on SLAM magazine's Top 75 NBA players of all time.
Reggie Miller is one of only five members of the 50-40-90 club along with Larry Bird, Mark Price, Steve Nash and Dirk Nowitzki.
This club is for players who during the course of a season shot 50% or better from the field, 40% or better from three-point range, and 90% or better from the free throw line.