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Reggie Miller - Awards And Accomplishments

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Awards and Accomplishments

1984-85 Led UCLA to the National Invitation Tournament (NIT) championship; named tournament MVP
1985-86 Averaged 25.9 points per game, fourth among college players nationwide
1986-87 Ended college career with 2,095 points while leading UCLA to the Pac-10 conference title
1987 Chosen by the Indiana Pacers as the 11th pick in the NBA draft
1987-88 Dropped in 61 three-pointers, an NBA rookie season record; named to NBA All-Rookie second team
1990 Named to NBA All-Star team
1990-91 Led NBA in free throws made (551)
1992-93 Scored 57 points in one game; led NBA with 167 three-pointers
1993-94 Scored his 10,000th career point to become the Pacers' leading scorer of all time; set NBA playoff record with five three-pointers in one quarter
1993-94 Named co-captain of the United States' Dream Team II; won gold medal with the U.S. team at the 1994 World Basketball Championships
1994 Set NBA playoff record for most three-pointers in one quarter (5)
1995 Named to the NBA All-Star team
1996 Starred on U.S. Olympic basketball team during Olympics in Atlanta; earned a gold medal
1996-97 Led NBA in three-pointers (229)
1998 Inducted into the UCLA Hall of Fame and named to NBA All-Star team
1998-99 Led NBA in free-throw percentage (.915) and free throws made (226)
2000 Named to NBA All-Star team
2000-01 Led NBA in free throws made (323)
2001-02 Led NBA in free-throw percentage (.911) and free throws made (296)
2002 Won NBA Community Assist Award for charity fund-raising
2002 Named USA Basketball Male Athlete of the Year

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