Indiana Pacers: 30 greatest players in franchise history

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1. Reggie Miller

Were you expecting anyone else?

Reggie Miller spent all 18 of his NBA seasons with the Indiana Pacers. Even up until he was 39 years old, he was still putting up 15 points per game. He was a cold-blooded clutch shooter and is responsible for one of the most iconic moments in NBA history where he single-handedly scored 8 points in 9 seconds to ice the New York Knicks in a playoff game.

His all-time Pacers rankings speak for themselves. He is Indiana’s all-time leader in games, minutes, points, 3 pointers, free throws, assists, and steals, just to name a few.

Aside from team stats, Reggie led the league in free-throw percentage 5 times. He scored 18 points per game or more in 12 seasons. He was a pest on defense, and a buzzsaw on offense. He’s a Hall of Famer, a 5-time all-star, a 3-time member of All-NBA teams, and Spike Lee’s worst nightmare.

In terms of all-time NBA ranks, he’s 10th in minutes played, 2nd in 3 pointers made, 12th in free throw percentage, and 21st in points. Not only is Reggie Miller undoubtedly the greatest Indiana Pacer of all-time, he’s also one of the best NBA players ever. Period.

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So there you have it! The top 30 greatest Indiana Pacers players of all-time. These ranks will continue to change as the modern roster of Pacers leads the team into the future, so there’s a strong chance some new faces climb into the list soon. In the meantime, we hope this was a fun trip down memory lane remembering the best to ever do it for the blue and gold.