Once a shooter, always a shooter – this is something retired NBA star, Hall of Famer Reggie Miller can prove any time he wants to. The man can still shoot!
Miller was named to the “ALL-NBA” team 3 times, and participated in 5 NBA All-Star games. One of the deadliest 3-point shooters in history, Miller nailed 2560 three-pointers in his season career.
He appeared in 1389 NBA games (1304 started), averaging 18.2 ppg, 3 apg and 3 rpg in 34.3 minutes of action. Miller played his entire 18-season NBA career with Indiana Pacers.
So, what’s it all about? Miller, who is a commentator on Turner’s networks for the NCAA tournament, was killing time in the empty gym before the game, and decided to shoot a little. Well, he did – making 5 straight outside shots.
His broadcast partner Rachel Nichols recorded it all, and shared the “shooting” with the fans. Check out the video. Bear in mind that Miller retired from the NBA in 2005.Follow @exnbadotcom
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