Reggie Miller talks to Dan about the NBA Finals. Reggie says at first it looked bad for Milwaukee but now it looks bright for the Milwaukee Bucks. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Reggie Miller talks to Dan about the place in history for Scottie Pippen. Reggie agrees with Dan that Khris Middleton is the closer for the Milwaukee Bucks. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
The Nets Take Reggie Miller's Suggestion And Giannis Comes To His Senses
On The Ball with Ric Bucher
Ric examines the elements that led to the Bucks' decisive Game 6 win over the Brooklyn Nets, what to look for in Game 7 and provides some insight on Rick Carlisle's decision to leave the Dallas Mavericks.Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/bucher-and-friends. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Winning Time - Reggie Miller vs The Knicks (ESPN 30 for 30 Recap)
Although short lived, the 90's NBA rivalry between the Pacers and Knicks is one that will be remembered forever by fans of the sport. The reason? Look no further than Reggie Miller and his Madison Square Garden theatrics. On this episode, we recap the ESPN 30 for 30 "Winning Time: Reggie Miller vs. the New York Knicks." It chronicles the three years of Reggie Miller heroics and a battle between two teams and franchises between which there was no love lost. In this episode we discuss: Is "Winning Time" a good title for this doc? Indiana vs. New York City basketball The Patrick Ewing lottery and the Pacers picking 2nd? Donnie Walsh and his decision to draft Reggie Miller over hometown favorite Steve Alford Spike Lee vs. Reggie Miller Spike going to Market Square Arena for Game 6 in '94 The Spike/Reggie bizarre bet on the series All of the legendary games of this rivalry Michael Jordan's retirement allowed this to become what it was. We'll discuss this and much more on the show. If you want to watch it, you can find it on ESPN+. For more, visit us online at http://distantreplaypodcast.com
Reggie Miller is a Fibber, NBA Fans Love the 90s & the Play-In Conundrum
Straight Fire with Jason McIntyre
On today's episode, Jason kicks things off with a deep dive into Hall of Fame shooting guard Reggie Miller telling ESPN.com that he would've never considered teaming up with Michael Jordan back in the day. Stop it, Reggie; We don't believe you. The whole narrative that players of the 90s didn't believe in teaming up has been completely overblown. Charles Barkley, Scottie Pippen and Karl Malone are just a handful of Hall of Famers who famously forced their way to a different team in search of greener pastures. And who could blame them? History tells us that you can't always trust the NBA front offices to make smart decisions, so if you have the power, why wouldn't you want to take your career into your own hands? Thankfully, players today recognize where the 90s Era NBA went wrong (in more ways than one) and they're doing things differently. As it relates to Miller specifically, it's crazy to think that they wouldn't even consider teaming up with MJ. Reggie's career isn't as impressive as some talking heads would have you believe; He didn't have much postseason success at all until Jordan retired. In many ways, his career compares favorably to DeMar DeRozan. DeRozan is a very good player who kept getting stymied in the playoffs by an all-time great player in LeBron James in the same way Miller kept getting blocked by Jordan. Later, Jason tells us why he has a small bone to pick with Luka Doncic and Mark Cuban for ripping the NBA's play-in tournament format. First off, single-game elimination makes any sporting event better. That's just a fact. Secondly, would either guy even be talking if the Mavs were the 1-seed instead of the 7-seed? Of course not. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Reggie Miller Joins for March Madness Breakdown and NBA Talk
The Complex Sports Podcast
On this week's episode of the podcast, Reggie Miller joins the guys to talk about everything going on with March Madness. He breaks down his own bracket, shares sleepers, his favorites, and picks to win each region.See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Donnie Walsh on retiring, his life in basketball, drafting Reggie Miller and more
Fieldhouse Files: Scott Agness on the Indiana Pacers
Donnie Walsh was the longtime architect of the Indiana Pacers. He first joined the franchise in 1984 as an assistant coach, but coaching wasn't his end game. He earned a law degree and wanted to run a franchise — and two years later, he became general manager. On Dec. 30, 2020, Donnie Walsh he finalized his decision to retire after giving his life to the game. This is his first extensive interview and we covered a lot of ground — from playing at UNC to getting into coaching, aspiring to run a team, the evolution of the game and much more. ----- FieldhouseFiles.com is the home for all my stories. Sign up and follow along for complete Pacers coverage. Follow Scott on Twitter and Instagram.
Stubbornness plagues GSW, Steph passes Reggie Miller, and the Wolves pick
Light Years: A Golden State Warriors Pod
Sam and Andy discuss the starting lineup woes and stubbornness contributing to it, whether the Warriors should make a lineup change and who is most at fault for this. Later on they discuss the Wolves pick, Steph passing Reggie Miller and answer some mailbag questions.Host: Andy Liu & Sam EsfandiariProducer: Tim Angan Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
It's tough for the Pacers to ever get out of the shadow of Reggie Miller
Gloves Off with Producer Kyle Podcast
Part 2 of Producer Kyle and David Harrison dives into the rumors around Victor Oladipo, Pacers ownership and front office, how Paul George left and why it is tough for Indiana fans to get over Reggie Miller. Kyle also asked David about a previous tweet he sent out about why some players don't want to be in Indy and if it has anything to do with ownership/front office. David explained with Reggie being here 18 year and meaning so much to the franchise, fans and city, fans expect players to want to stay in one place. Kyle and David talked about several other random topics regarding COVID-19 in the NFL and the benefits when you jokingly tell a woman you are a scientist. Kyle even asked David while he is traveling for work if he would go out with a random woman in NYC and risk the exposure to COVID. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.