Several shooting guards were picked ahead of Miller in 1987, including Ohio State's Dennis Hopson at No. 3 by the Nets. But while Hopson was a big-time bust, Miller became one of the greatest shooters in NBA history and an Indiana institution for 18 seasons. Best known for his playoff heroics against the Knicks (and his verbal sparring with Spike Lee), Miller retired in 2005 with 2,560 three-pointers, an NBA record since broken by Boston's Ray Allen. Not bad for Cheryl's little brother.
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