Reggie Miller

Known for his clutch shooting ability Reggie Miller was one of the best all-around shooters in NBA history. The sleek 6-7, 190lb shooting guard would dominate the final seconds of a close game with his finesse known as "Miller Time". While at UCLA, he ranked fourth in scoring as a junior with 25.9ppg and was second on the all-time scoring list. Upon graduation he was drafted with the 11th pick in the draft and played 18 seasons all for the Indiana Pacers and shattered many NBA records along the way. A five-time NBA All-Star and 1994 FIBA champion, Miller scored over 25,000 points in his career. Miller is second with 2,560 three-pointers made in a career. Miller won a Gold medal while playing for the 1996 U.S. Olympic team.