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    http://www.indystar.com/articles/7/221443-2477-179.html

    Reggie retiring
    The Pacers' all-time leader in 13 major categories, including scoring, will retire at season's end.

    Reggie Miller has played 18 seasons with the Pacers, trailing only John Stockton, who was with Utah for 19 seasons. -- Matt Kryger / The Star

    By Mark Montieth and Mike Wells
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    February 11, 2005


    Indiana Pacers guard Reggie Miller, the most popular and recognized athlete in the city's sports history, has made it official: He will retire at the end of this season.

    Miller informed Pacers' coach Rick Carlisle of his decision early Thursday evening. The public announcement was delivered through his sister, Cheryl, on a TNT broadcast later in the evening.

    "It's not a shock," Carlisle said. "I guess it's a sobering dose of reality that this is the last season to see one of the game's greatest players."

    Miller, who turns 40 in August, has said in recent years that he didn't plan to play past the age of 40, and said before this season began that this probably would be his final season.

    The finality of Thursday's announcement, however, comes as a sad occasion for most Pacers fans, who have grown to view him as the face of the franchise. Chants of "Reg-gie, Reg-gie" became a postseason mantra in home games at Market Square Arena and Conseco Fieldhouse, where Miller has played all of his home games.

    Miller considers the fact he has played his entire career -- 18 seasons -- with one franchise as one of his prouder accomplishments. John Stockton, who played 19 seasons with Utah, is the only player in NBA history who has played longer for only one franchise.

    "The one thing he can really be proud of is that he finished his career with one team -- something we don't see a lot of in sports today," Cheryl Miller said in her broadcast Thursday night.

    Reggie Miller could not be reached for comment Thursday evening.

    Miller is widely regarded as a likely inductee into the National Basketball Hall of Fame, and will be eligible five years after his retirement. He is the Pacers' all-time leader in 13 major categories, including scoring, assists and steals, and ranks 14th on the NBA's all-time scoring list with 24,685.

    His greatest worldwide fame has come for his clutch shooting and numerous playoff heroics. He is the NBA's all-time leader in 3-point shots made and attempted and one of the most accurate free throw shooters in league history.

    He also has been quietly active in community affairs throughout his career. He routinely visits schools and hospitals and meets with a fan before virtually every home game.

    He was awarded the J. Walter Kennedy Citizenship Award by the Professional Basketball Writers Association last season, the first Pacer to receive the honor.

    Miller gained added respect in recent seasons for gracefully stepping aside to make way for younger, more productive players.

    He averaged 10 points per game last season, matching his rookie season production for the lowest of his career. He regained his old form after sitting out the first 16 games this season while recovering from a broken left hand. He averaged 24.6 points in his first 10 games, but his statistics have leveled off as Jermaine O'Neal and Stephen Jackson have returned from suspensions and other injured players have returned.

    He is averaging 11.9 points heading into tonight's game against Houston at Conseco Fieldhouse.

    Miller's announcement comes amid a season of turmoil for the Pacers. A brawl at the end of their game at Detroit on Nov. 19 robbed them of their three leading scorers for long stretches of games, and numerous injuries have taken their toll on the lineup and chemistry.

    Carlisle, however, said he doesn't believe Thursday's announcement will be a distraction.

    "I view it as an important event," he said. "I think it's something that has been taken very seriously. This is the last opportunity to be with Reggie, who is one of the greatest players. This is also a last opportunity for the fans to see one of the greatest players."

    Miller joined the Pacers in 1987 as the 11th pick in the NBA draft. The choice was controversial locally as most fans hoped the franchise would draft Indiana University guard Steve Alford, a native Hoosier who had just led IU to the NCAA championship.

    Miller quickly won over fans with his emotional style of play and long-distance shooting, and his popularity has only grown as the years have progressed.

    "Reggie said that is has been a great run (and) feels very positive with where the organization and the team is headed," Cheryl Miller said.
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    Some of Reggie Miller's numeric highlights:


    24,685
    Points, 14th-most in NBA history and most in Pacers history


    2,505
    3-pointers, most in NBA history (He's attempted the most, too -- 6,321.)


    88.6
    Miller's career free throw percentage, tied with Larry Bird for fifth-best in NBA history. (His 6,064 made free throws are the 11th-most in history.)


    1,355
    Games, sixth-most in NBA history (He passed Moses Malone earlier this season.)


    57
    His career-high scoring game, against the Charlotte Hornets on Nov. 28, 1992


    Memorable moments
    June 1, 1994
    Reggie Miller scores 25 of his 39 points in the fourth quarter as the Pacers beat the Knicks 93-86 in Game 5 of the Eastern Conference finals.

    May 7, 1995
    Miller hits two 3-pointers and scores eight points in the final 8.9 seconds as the Pacers rally for a 107-105 victory over the Knicks in Game 1 of the Eastern Conference semifinals.

    May 10, 1998
    Miller forces overtime with a 3-pointer with 5.9 seconds left. He finishes with 38 points as the Pacers beat the Knicks 118-107 in Game 4 of the Eastern Conference semifinals.

    May 25, 1998
    With Michael Jordan closing in, Miller elevates and hits a 3-pointer with 0.7 seconds left to beat the Bulls 96-94 in Game 4, evening the Eastern Conference finals.

    June 2, 2000
    Miller has 34 points (and a block) as the Pacers close out the Knicks in Game 6 of the Eastern Conference finals and advance to their only NBA Finals.

    May 2, 2002
    Miller forces overtime with a 40-foot 3-pointer at the buzzer and sends the game into a second overtime with a driving dunk against the Nets in Game 5 of the Eastern Conference first-round series.
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    Bob Kravitz
    As always, Miller times his last shot with finesse
    February 11, 2005

    One thing about Reggie Miller: He's always had an impeccable sense of timing. He knew the score, knew what the clock read, knew what was required of him as the time wound down to triple zeros.

    Now, by finally confirming the news of his not-unexpected retirement, he has done something so few athletes do well: say goodbye at the right time.

    Boom, Baby.

    Again, nothing but net.

    How many of the great ones leave the stage at precisely the right moment?

    A few leave too early, or what the rest of us deem to be too early: Jim Brown. Sandy Koufax. Barry Sanders.

    Many leave too late, or what the rest of us deem to be too late: Michael Jordan. Steve Carlton. Every boxer this side of Marvin Hagler.

    But here is Miller, getting it just right, doing the hardest thing in sports and making it look so easy.

    He is leaving not only a legacy of greatness and class, but the memory of an athlete who handled his diminishing role with more integrity and selflessness than anybody else in pro sports.

    When the epitaph of Miller's career is written, most of the paragraphs will be dedicated to his unthinkable shot-making, his hoops heroism, the nights he made utterly unforgettable.

    Yet, there is something else that impressed many of us, especially those of us who've been around only for the final few years of this career. He wasn't just willing to defer to the younger players; he absolutely insisted upon it. Even when you wished he would be selfish, take a game over like he did in the old days, he kept feeding Jermaine O'Neal, kept feeding Ron Artest, kept doing everything possible to allow this franchise -- his franchise -- to grow.

    How many great athletes are willing to step aside?

    Consider Jordan, who insisted until the end that he should be the man in Washington, even if that meant slowing the development of the Wizards' younger players.

    What Miller did these final years, what he was willing and even eager to do, says everything necessary about a player who not only deserves his number retired, but warrants a Jordan-esque statue outside Conseco Fieldhouse.

    If there's any regret, it's that Miller won't get his ring, especially after he chose to stay in Indiana while other aging stars went to Los Angeles and chased their dreams. The biggest regret is that this could have been the season for that title, and then it all went into the toilet that terrible night in Auburn Hills. Whatever final shot Miller might have had, it was lost the moment Artest lost his cool -- again -- and went into the stands.

    It does not, however, diminish for one moment what Miller has accomplished as a Pacer. A lot of other great athletes -- Ernie Banks, Charles Barkley, Dan Marino -- retired without a title, and nobody thinks any less of them.

    He's leaving right on time.

    No, he hasn't been Willie Mays, haplessly circling under a fly ball at Shea Stadium during his final days as a ballplayer. There are still, in fact, nights when Uncle Reggie is the Reggie we saw five and 10 years ago. In the days after he returned from a broken hand earlier this season, Miller seemed reborn and rejuvenated, even looking for the shots he too often passed up in the recent past, and scoring 20 or more points with some regularity.

    Since then, he has been largely the same player we've seen the past three or four years. Smart, useful, even great at odd moments, but far short of what he used to be, especially at a position generally populated by far younger men.

    This comes as no surprise, of course. We knew Miller was going to retire -- mea culpa, Craig Sager -- and we had every reason to believe he was going to retire after this season. From the day he arrived at training camp this year, Uncle Reggie was dropping hints that were as subtle as a right cross to the jaw.

    It's just that now that it's official -- well, sort of official, since he told his sister Cheryl, who reported it on TNT -- it hardly seems real.

    Isn't Reggie one of those athletes who seems like he's always been here and always will be here? To think that the face, heart and soul of this franchise will be gone within a couple of months -- maybe after the regular season, maybe after a short playoff run -- seems somehow unfathomable, even if we knew that his exit was inevitable.

    So once again, Miller is looking at the final seconds.

    It's always been the time when he has done his most inspiring work.
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    Article from ESPN.

    http://sports.espn.go.com/nba/news/story?id=1988963

    by Marc Stein

    Thu, February 10
    We will remember his many swishes from behind the line, the killer trash he talked and those magical 8.9 seconds at Madison Square Garden.
    That's not all, though.

    When Reggie Miller retires after this season, we can all thank him for something else.

    The rare and special distinction of retiring with the only team he has ever played for.

    Miller spent most of his career as a No. 2 to No. 23 in the pantheon of Eastern Conference shooting guards, but he'll finish his career the way we wish Michael Jordan finished. In the only pro city he has ever known, that is. There were no detours to Washington or home to Los Angeles or anywhere else. If he was going to win a ring, he wanted to win it in Indianapolis.

    It hasn't happened yet, and chances are it's not going to happen in Miller's farewell season, given the state of the Pacers since The Malice of Auburn Hills in November. Yet perhaps this confirmation that Miller, who turns 40 in August, is leaving the game at season's end will serve as a rallying point that unites the Pacers. They still don't have the suspended Ron Artest, and it's unlikely that they're going to get Artest back, but there's little doubt the Pacers can play better than they have without him and win a round in the East playoffs.

    One last springtime run is the least Reggie deserves after 18 seasons of meritorious service in Indy. He was one of the clutchest franchise players around, and then a willing mentor in recent years to his successors: Jermaine O'Neal and Artest. And only John Stockton, who retired after 19 seasons in Utah, did it longer with one and only one team.

    Even a Knicks fan would have to be moved hearing that stat.

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    I guess this means he won't be coming off the bench this year.

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    The ironic thing is after the Bobcats game Wednesday night I was all set to start a thread saying that Regie Miller has nothing left that he should retire, and from what I could tell Reggie knew it. He just can't do what he wants on the court and what his mind tells him to do. But PD was down, so I could not post my conclusions. And now the official announcement.

    Glad he made it official.


    Yes he won't be coming off the bench this year. But if you notice he played very little in the 4th quarter of a close Bobcats game the other night.

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    But if you notice he played very little in the 4th quarter of a close Bobcats game the other night.
    I'm pretty sure he didn't play at all in the 4th......
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    For once (and probably the only time) i liked reading Kravitz.

    Seeing Reggie no more will bring a tear to many an eye on this board and elsewhere.

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    I didn't hear Cheryl's announcement. If I had, I probably would have just stared at the TV long after it was over. I know many of you will be happy. I will not. Reggie has marked time in my life. It always seems to be over almost before it begins. My daughter was 4 when Reggie came to the Pacers. She graduates from college this year. She grew to be one of those fans who rose off the floor when Reggie pulled up for a long playoff jumper in an important situation.

    I'm as old school as you can get, I admire Reggie. He was always ready. He always accepted the consequences. He was always in shape. He was always, always happy for his teammates when the spotlight briefly flickered away from him. Most of all, I admire his loyalty.

    Conseco will not be big enough to all those who want to pay tribute to him when the season ends. After years and years and years of Indiana basketball, someone will finally be going into the Hall of Fame wearing a Pacer uniform.

    It's a sad day for me.
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    I feel old.

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    It's his time. I felt it in the ECF that this was and should end soon. I'm glad he's not going to force one more year like a lot of lesser pros would. He's had a hell of a career, I love the guy, and it was his play that made me a big fan of this team, and led to me being where I am. Not to mention sparking me to make a website. I loved watching Reggie lead the team from the '98 ECF (when I got hooked; and stopped being a casual fan) to the 2002 playoffs, his last true hurrah in the playoffs.

    There's more to say, but the words aren't coming to me right now. I do know that I moreso hope Ron returns, because I want this team to go all-out, balls-to-the-wall these last few months to try to get the man his ring. There's a new Quest for the Ring, and it's right here in Indy. We need Ronnie to do it, so let's hope he's let back. If he is, and we win, this would be one of, if not the, most memorable season in Pacers history.

    Think about it, the NBA releases a DVD covering the winning season of the current champs each year. If we won the title, this DVD would cover the brawl, the post-suspension times, the return of Ron, the championship run, and Reggie's retirement. Wow.

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    Think about it, the NBA releases a DVD covering the winning season of the current champs each year. If we won the title, this DVD would cover the brawl, the post-suspension times, the return of Ron, the championship run, and Reggie's retirement. Wow.
    I've said before that the NBA could really set this up as the "feel-good story of the year" if they wanted. As the increase the publicity given to Ron/JO/Jax good deeds. Show how Ron is trying to get help. How he's really a victim in this too. Then Stern lets him back in. The Pacers start to roll. The "good press" continues... Etc... Ratings, baby, ratings.

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    I've said before that the NBA could really set this up as the "feel-good story of the year" if they wanted. As the increase the publicity given to Ron/JO/Jax good deeds. Show how Ron is trying to get help. How he's really a victim in this too. Then Stern lets him back in. The Pacers start to roll. The "good press" continues... Etc... Ratings, baby, ratings.
    Then, in Game 7 of the NBA finals, Ron punches Tim Duncan just before Reggie hits the buzzer beating, game winning 3 pointer. Spurs Win! Spurs Win!

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    I've said before that the NBA could really set this up as the "feel-good story of the year" if they wanted. As the increase the publicity given to Ron/JO/Jax good deeds. Show how Ron is trying to get help. How he's really a victim in this too. Then Stern lets him back in. The Pacers start to roll. The "good press" continues... Etc... Ratings, baby, ratings.
    They're not going to do it. Stop getting your hopes up.

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    They're not going to do it. Stop getting your hopes up.
    I don't have my hopes up. In fact, that was not even "wishful thinking". Just pointing out how the league could attempt to parley its black-eye into a public relations success.

    I'm not even sure if I *want* Ron back this year.

    In fact, I'd have rather had Stern say something like "There is absolutely no freakin' way Ron's coming back this year. You're crazy if you think otherwise. I'd rather put out my own eyes. In fact, I'll run through the streets of downtown Indianapolis naked, yelling 'Ron Artest is god!' if he plays again this year."

    Then we can put the whole thing to rest and get back to the business of winning basketball games.

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    In fact, I'd have rather had Stern say something like "There is absolutely no freakin' way Ron's coming back this year. You're crazy if you think otherwise. I'd rather put out my own eyes. In fact, I'll run through the streets of downtown Indianapolis naked, yelling 'Ron Artest is god!' if he plays again this year."
    Two weeks later some sports writer would ask him if there was any chance Ron would be reinstated this year.

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    ABA days said it well, I grew up with Reggie miller. He is the face of this franchise and has been for quite some time.......I'm gonna miss him...

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    I think we all will experienced the same mixed emotions on this one. Even those who wanted Reggie to retire several years ago will have to reflect on the official end of an era with the Pacers. Reggie gave people a reason to watch the Pacers again.

    I really started becoming a fan in the Person/Miller days. Back then it was just a coup to make the playoffs. My how our expectations have changed with the success they have experienced in his career.

    I hate the fact that he doesn't seem to have a chance to go out with a quest for a championship this year. But who knows, maybe this will light a fire under the guys to get going. Perhaps it will give them that sense of urgency they seem to be lacking.

    Well, I'll still root for Reggie to deliver the improbable. Both guns blazing in the playoffs with a Jimmy Connors like dip in the fountain of youth for just a few games. I know this isn't likely, but niether is scoring 8 points in just a few seconds. Much like all my heroes, Roger Staubach, Johnny Bench, and Reggie always taught you that it ain't over 'til its over.

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    I knew this was coming, and it is probably the right thing for him to do. But man oh man am I going to miss him. Reggie was the man responsible, along with Donnie, with bringing this franchise to the top.
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    I knew this was coming, and it is probably the right thing for him to do. But man oh man am I going to miss him. Reggie was the man responsible, along with Donnie, with bringing this franchise to the top.
    In the NBA era, you're absolutely right. They made a great partnership, and both were good for, and loyal to, the city of Indianapolis.

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    I'm very upset. First, I lose my favourite player for the remainder of the year. Now, I learn that this will be Reggie's last year as a Pacer. I just wanted him to have one last crack at it - and it's a shame he has to go out like this.

    Reggie is the reason I began to watch basketball...the reason I started to play basketball...the reason I became a Pacer fan. Most importantly, he is a class act and a true professional. This is a guy who kids should look up to...a definite role model.

    I am so tempted to bring a sign "Thanks for the memories Reggie" with me to Detroit on March 25th.......

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    I used to not even like sports.

    Then one time back in the day while I was still living in Sweden caught some moments of Reggie on TV. To this day I don't know why that stuck with me but it did.

    After that I got into sports, which got me into working out and taking care of myself which changed my outlook on life and subsequently got me to where I am today.

    He is, and will always be, one of my big inspirations. There are only a few of them that deserve to be that and he's definately one of them.

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    I think Reggie is making the right choice . Father time catches up with everyone. Reggie early in the year gave flashes of the Reggie of old but he burnt out quickly.

    Reggie , has been the NBA Pacers , just as MEL- FREDDY- GEORGE AND SLICK were the ABA Pacers.

    Reggie gave the Pacer fans of the last 17 years many GREAT MEMORIES ! But its time for him to move on, he knows it and I am glad he's not so vain as to just hang on.

    In a perfect world this season ends with REGGIE hitting a 3pointer as the buzzer goes off and Indiana Pacers Win the NBA Championship.

    Hell miracles happen.

    IN CLOSING THANKS FOR THE MEMORIES REGGIE YOU WILL BE MISSED.

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    God how could I not mention the Rajah Roger Brown. Hate the no edit on here.

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    God how could I not mention the Rajah Roger Brown. Hate the no edit on here.
    Excuse me, there IS an edit button.

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    I respect Reggie's decision and I know why he is doing it, but I wish he'd wait until the end of next year to get the fans one last year to see him, and also give him a better shot at the ring with the whole team intact.

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    God how could I not mention the Rajah Roger Brown. Hate the no edit on here.
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    I think he should retire right this instant and come back next year after the allstar break for a run at the playoffs.

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