Reggie Miller Inducted Into The Hall of Fame
The player, who only wore the uniform of the Indiana Pacers in his career, will come in September with Ralph Sampson and Jamaal Wilkes to the Olympus of the NBA.
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Reggie Miller, who played all 17 years of his career with the Indiana Pacers of the NBA, was elected Monday to the Hall of Fame American basketball, said that organization.
Reggie Miller serves as an NBA analyst for TNT (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
Miller is the leading scorer of all time in the Pacers with 25,279 points scored. It is also the top scorer of triples in league history (320) and was selected to five All-Star in the NBA.
Others named on Monday were former players of the NBA Ralph Sampson and Jamaal Wilkes and the veteran coach Don Nelson, as quoted by AFP news agency.
Nelson, who began his career player and has served as coach and general manager, is one of two NBA coaches have been named the Coach of the Year three times.
Accumulated 1,300 victories as a coach and also boasts five championship rings as a player for the Boston Celtics.
Wilkes won four NBA titles with the Golden State and Los Angeles Lakers, while Sampson was rookie of the year 1984 and formed the All-Star season.
The induction ceremony will take place in September.
The former players Bernard King and Maurice Cheeks did not reach the necessary votes to be elected.