Death, Taxes, Reggie Miller shooting three's.
There was nothing truly as remarkable or terrifying for opposing fan bases than watching Reggie Miller come running off a screen to catch and shoot a game-winner. Let's take a look back at one of the most lethal outside shooting options to ever come into this beautiful game that we call basketball.
Reginald Wayne Miller was born in Riverside, California and enjoyed a successful collegiate career at UCLA. During his senior season for the Bruins, Reggie would average 22.3 PTS, while shooting 54.3% from the field and 43.9% from deep. Those numbers would be good enough to make the Indiana Pacers select Reggie 11th overall in the 1987 NBA Draft.
Fast forward to his NBA Career and one thing was for sure...Reggie Miller was oozing with confidence. Miller was often the antagonist or "trash-talker" around the league. You would notice this as he started to get into the flow of the game and then all of a sudden...Miller Time took over. Reggie was one of the most elite shooters in the NBA and quickly became one of the most terrifying opponents to go against whenever Reggie would have the last shot.