Reggie Miller

Biography: Reginald Wayne Miller or "Reggie" was born on August 24, 1965 in Riverside, California, USA to parents Saul and Carrie Miller. He had hip and leg deformities upon birth and had to wear leg braces to correct his birth defect. Doctors even doubted whether he could ever walk on his own.
Eventually, the braces came off and he started catching up athletically to his siblings, who except for one, are all involved in sports. Her sister Cheryl was a member of the 1984 US Olympic basketball team who won the gold medal and is a Turner Sports analyst. Her sister Tammy played for Cal State-Fullerton's volleyball team and his brother Darrell was a major league catcher. His oldest brother Saul, Jr. is a musician.
Although his initial interest was in baseball, playing in the Little League when he was 12, Reggie switched to basketball during his stint at the Riverside Polytechnic High School. He was a star at UCLA, scoring 2,095 points, second only to Kareem Abdul-Jabbar on the school's
Reginald Wayne Miller or "Reggie" was born on August 24, 1965 in Riverside, California, USA to parents Saul and Carrie Miller. He had hip and leg deformities upon birth and had to wear leg braces to correct his birth defect. Doctors even doubted whether he could ever walk on his own.
Eventually, the braces came off and he started catching up athletically to his siblings, who except for one, are all involved in sports. Her sister Cheryl was a member of the 1984 US Olympic basketball team who won the gold medal and is a Turner Sports analyst. Her sister Tammy played for Cal State-Fullerton's volleyball team and his brother Darrell was a major league catcher. His oldest brother Saul, Jr. is a musician.
Although his initial interest was in baseball, playing in the Little League when he was 12, Reggie switched to basketball during his stint at the Riverside Polytechnic High School. He was a star at UCLA, scoring 2,095 points, second only to Kareem Abdul-Jabbar on the school's all-time scoring list.
In 1987, he was drafted by the Indiana Pacers and from then on proved to be one of NBA's elites, breaking records in the three-point and free throw shooting categories. Reggie is best known for his last-minute heroics which all but cemented the tag "Miller Time" everytime he the team is need of a clutch basket.
Unfortunately, Miller is one of the NBA greats that never won a championship ring. The closest he got to a championship was their Finals appearance in 2000 where they lost to Shaquille O'Neal and Kobe Bryant's LA Lakers. He stayed on for 18 seasons with the Indiana Pacers, retiring at the end of the 2005 NBA season.
Off the court, Reggie has been active in several charity organizations and medical/educational programs for the youth in his community and throughout the country.
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Title: Year: Credit: User score:
tbd NBA on TNT: Season 8 Oct 30, 2012 Color Commentator tbd
tbd NBA on TNT: Season 6 Oct 26, 2010 Color Commentator tbd
tbd NBA Gametime: Season 1 Apr 17, 2010 Studio Analyst tbd
tbd NBA on TNT: Season 5 Oct 27, 2009 Color Commentator tbd
tbd NBA on TNT: Season 4 Oct 28, 2008 Studio Analyst tbd
tbd Late Show with David Letterman: Season 12 Aug 23, 2004 Guest tbd
tbd Late Show with David Letterman: Season 10 Sep 3, 2002 Guest tbd
tbd Late Show with David Letterman: Season 9 Aug 20, 2001 Guest tbd
tbd Late Show with David Letterman: Season 4 Sep 2, 1996 Guest (Cameo) tbd
tbd Late Show with David Letterman: Season 3 Sep 4, 1995 Guest tbd
tbd Late Show with David Letterman: Season 1 Aug 30, 1993 Guest 6.3
tbd NBA on TNT: Season 26 Oct 28, 2008 Color Commentator tbd