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LeBron James gets hit in the face by Serge Ibaka, still finishes the dunk, and then immediately collapses to the floor. At 0:29 in, you can hear a great example of what Reggie Miller brings to a basketball telecast: 

LeBron has been down for twenty seconds, laying on the ground, and there’s a growing puddle of blood under his head. The astute Miller muses, “You’re wondering, did he take a shot from Serge Ibaka?” The alternative being that LeBron’s face was so excited about the dunk, it spontaneously started gushing blood, I guess. Later Miller added, “You’re wondering, is the team that scores the most points going to win this game?” and “Hey, remember when Diane von Furstenberg’s son hired a plane to tell me to stop pursuing married women?”

sportsnetny:

Spike Lee Photobombs Reggie Miller

sportsnetny:

Spike Lee Photobombs Reggie Miller

TNT is trolling the Madison Square Garden fans, and Reggie Miller v. the New York Knicks has a new chapter.

TNT is trolling the Madison Square Garden fans, and Reggie Miller v. the New York Knicks has a new chapter.

Interviews feat. Tim Duncan, Walt Frazier, Stephen Jackson, Shaquille O’Neal, Tracy McGrady, World B. Free, Dennis Rodman, Chris Childs, Eddie Jones, Charles Barkley & Vernon Maxwell

homage:

Celebrating his 48th birthday today is former Indiana Pacers forward Reggie Miller. The 11th overall pick in the 1987 draft, the UCLA alum averaged 18.2 points per game and made 2,560 three-pointers in his 18-year NBA career and will be inducted into the Hall of Fame this September.

homage:

Celebrating his 48th birthday today is former Indiana Pacers forward Reggie Miller. The 11th overall pick in the 1987 draft, the UCLA alum averaged 18.2 points per game and made 2,560 three-pointers in his 18-year NBA career and will be inducted into the Hall of Fame this September.

Reggie Miller joins Don Nelson as a member of the Class of 2012 at the basketballl Hall of Fame. Miller looked like he might just miss out on induction, but he got eight votes in the last 8.9 seconds of voting to put him over the top.

Reggie Miller joins Don Nelson as a member of the Class of 2012 at the basketballl Hall of Fame. Miller looked like he might just miss out on induction, but he got eight votes in the last 8.9 seconds of voting to put him over the top.

Ray Allen #2,561 Poster.
A few days late on this but I’ve been extremely busy. Congrats to Ray Allen for breaking Reggie Miller’s 13-year old record.
There is also an alternative design found HERE.
Original photo via @NBA_Photos
@Suga_Shane

Ray Allen #2,561 Poster.

A few days late on this but I’ve been extremely busy. Congrats to Ray Allen for breaking Reggie Miller’s 13-year old record.

There is also an alternative design found HERE.

Original photo via @NBA_Photos

@Suga_Shane

Ray=Made3^2: Ray Allen’s jumper is scientifically perfect. 

Ray Allen is just three 4’s away from breaking Reggie Miller’s all time mark of 2,560 made 3-pointers. Just to put that in perspective, the #3 mark for all-time made 3’s is 1,746 made 3’s. It’s occupied by — of all people — Jason Kidd.

Ray Allen and the Celtics take on the Charlotte bobcats tonight on NBAtv, giving Allen a chance to break the record. Paul Silas doesn’t want to see it happen, not against his team. Trust us, Paul, no one does.

Not that any of us NBA fans, except for maybe the boys over at http://www.eightpointsnineseconds.com/, want to see Reggie retain the title. We just want a Hollywood ending here. The Celtics play the Lakers this Thursday, in Boston on TNT with Reggie Miller doing the commentary. 

Now that would be as picture perfect as Ray’s textbook stroke.

@Suga_Shane

**The game just started and Jesus Shuttlesworth has already hit one 3. 

 
31 days left until the 2010-11 NBA season tips off.
Brought to you by Reggie Miller, the greatest long range assassin in NBA history. 




@Suga_Shane

31 days left until the 2010-11 NBA season tips off.

Brought to you by Reggie Miller, the greatest long range assassin in NBA history. 

@Suga_Shane

thehightopfadeaway:

The top ten plays from Dream Team II with Borat on the call.  The “Shaquille O’Neal Coast to Coast” definitely deserves the #1 spot.

(via Dime Mag)

Late congrats to Team USA for beating Turkey to earn their first gold medal…since THESE guys. Behold Shaq and Shawn Kemp in their prime.

EDIT: Peep Thunder Dan with the epic 30 ft. three-pointer! I’m sure a young Jason Williams was watching and taking notes…

Poster for the upcoming documentary from ESPN film’s 30 for 30 series Winning Time: Reggie Miller vs. The New York Knicks.
From director Dan Klores:

Reggie Miller gave New York the finger. The whole city.
The 6’7” wiry shooting guard of the Indiana Pacers tortured the Knicks. If he didn’t beat Riley, Ewing, Oakley and Starks with his quick release and unlimited range, he made them think he would. He took pleasure in letting the packed Madison Square Garden know it was his show and his game that they were watching during the 1994-1995 playoffs.
Winning Time: Reggie Miller vs. The New York Knicks, by award-winning filmmaker Dan Klores, will zero in on the dramatic seven game 1995 playoff series between Reggie’s Pacers and the Knicks. The series was front page news in the NYC tabloids, a war of words between the glib Miller and Knick fanatic Spike Lee, included appearances on Letterman, pronouncements by Giuliani, fistfights between teammates, near riots by Indiana fans, chokes, overtimes, finger rolls and bitterness not only between Hall of Fame coaches, Pat Riley and Larry Brown, but between the two most precious basketball cultures in America - Hoosier Land vs. “New Yawk”.

The film will screen at the Sundance Film Festival in January and gets its TV debut on ESPN March 14th at 9PM.
More info at ESPN 30 for 30
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Poster for the upcoming documentary from ESPN film’s 30 for 30 series Winning Time: Reggie Miller vs. The New York Knicks.

From director Dan Klores:

Reggie Miller gave New York the finger. The whole city.

The 6’7” wiry shooting guard of the Indiana Pacers tortured the Knicks. If he didn’t beat Riley, Ewing, Oakley and Starks with his quick release and unlimited range, he made them think he would. He took pleasure in letting the packed Madison Square Garden know it was his show and his game that they were watching during the 1994-1995 playoffs.

Winning Time: Reggie Miller vs. The New York Knicks, by award-winning filmmaker Dan Klores, will zero in on the dramatic seven game 1995 playoff series between Reggie’s Pacers and the Knicks. The series was front page news in the NYC tabloids, a war of words between the glib Miller and Knick fanatic Spike Lee, included appearances on Letterman, pronouncements by Giuliani, fistfights between teammates, near riots by Indiana fans, chokes, overtimes, finger rolls and bitterness not only between Hall of Fame coaches, Pat Riley and Larry Brown, but between the two most precious basketball cultures in America - Hoosier Land vs. “New Yawk”.

The film will screen at the Sundance Film Festival in January and gets its TV debut on ESPN March 14th at 9PM.

More info at ESPN 30 for 30

via fatshawnkempkicksoncardsrackinupcharges

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