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    A truly sad weekend...the retirement of Reggie Miller

    I'm not sure how many of you follow the NBA religiously, but I am one of those persons.

    I live in Chicago, thus I've been a Bulls fan all my life...and with the exception of Michael Jordan, I've never seen a greater competitor than Reggie Miller. He left his heart on the court every game. He had a catch and release that we'll never see again, and was the greatest pure shooter of our generation.

    He became the best NBA player (in my opinion) to retire without a ring. God bless him in his life after the NBA.


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    Re: A truly sad weekend...the retirement of Reggie Miller

    hey, I am a HUGE Jazz fan and it just broke my heart when stockton and malone retired with out a ring! Damn Pistons! i was rootin' for the pacers

























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    Re: A truly sad weekend...the retirement of Reggie Miller

    i was really pullin for him and the pacers in the playoffs this year. that really sucks that he has to go. i thought it was a class act by larry brown though to call a timeout so he could get his standing ovation.

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    Re: A truly sad weekend...the retirement of Reggie Miller

    the nba is soooo boring drbble drible shoot dribble dribble shoot is not exiing at all :thebirdman:
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    Re: A truly sad weekend...the retirement of Reggie Miller

    "thetrenches68OL" wrote:
    the nba is soooo boring drbble drible shoot dribble dribble shoot is not exiing at all :thebirdman:
    well spoken rook



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    Re: A truly sad weekend...the retirement of Reggie Miller

    "thetrenches68OL" wrote:
    the nba is soooo boring drbble drible shoot dribble dribble shoot is not exiing at all :thebirdman:
    Nobody was talking about how boring the NBA was, newb.

    Yes, Reggie was a class act and is too bad that he did not get a ring. Same for Malone and Stockton.
    Reggie and Larry were IMO the best pure shooters in the game.

    If the team had Artest, it may have been a different story.

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    Re: A truly sad weekend...the retirement of Reggie Miller

    "thetrenches68OL" wrote:
    the nba is soooo boring drbble drible shoot dribble dribble shoot is not exiing at all :thebirdman:
    well thats ure opinion, and u didnt need the stupid finger smiley :roll:

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    Re: A truly sad weekend...the retirement of Reggie Miller

    A friend of mine had a cool Reggie Miller t-shirt that said "Market Square Garden, the only place it's Miller Time all the time" that was cool.

    I remember in the playoffs against the Knicks when he scored like 10 points in a minute or so and biotched Ewing, Starks and the Knicks that was the best ever.
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    Re: A truly sad weekend...the retirement of Reggie Miller

    I'm not that sad to see him leave. I never really liked Reggie. I do appreciate his loyalty to one team though and what he has brought to the game of basketball. He was a true competitor though!

    I get the most pissed off looks from people with my VKG 4 LFE Wisconsin license plate, and I LOVE IT!!

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