Tonight, Reggie Miller will enter the Basketball Hall of Fame with 2,560 three-pointers, the second-highest mark in NBA history. But his legacy can't be defined by solely statistics. Below are Reggie's most memorable moments.
Any conversation about Reggie must start with the essential 'Miller Time' moment: When he dropped eight points in 8.9 seconds to lift the Pacers over the Knicks in Game 1 of the Eastern Conference semis.
A year earlier, Miller dropped 25 points in the fourth quarter of Game 5 of the Eastern Conference Finals against the Knicks, igniting a friendly rivalry with lifelong Knicks fan Spike Lee.
Miller was always known as a sharpshooter, but he cemented his legacy as a clutch gunner with this game-winner against the Bulls and Jordan in Game 4 of the East Finals in 1998.
Whenever the game was on the line, the Pacers wanted the ball in Miller's hands. Such was the case in the closing seconds of the decisive Game 5 in the first round of the playoffs against the Nets in 2002. With the Pacers down three, Miller hit a 40-foot three-pointer to send the game into OT. (The Pacers eventually lost 120-109 in double OT.)