The Golden Age: Best NBA Players From The 90’s

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Watch Him Fly


Reggie Miller


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1990’s Stats: 21.0 PPG, 3.2 APG, 3.1 RPG, 1.2 STLPG, 48.2 FG%, 40.5 3PFG%

Man, Reggie was a bomber from deep. The man was Steph Curry, before Steph Curry. Reggie had unlimited range from the three-point arc and was a pest because of his cocky demeanor. He knew how to get under your skin. Remember when he torched the Knicks with 8 points in 9 seconds at the Garden? We’re sure Spike Lee remembers that day exactly.

The Assassin

Reggie Miller

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Even though Reggie never reached the Finals during the 90’s because of MJ and the Knicks, he was a relentless shooter who relished ripping out the hearts of his adversaries. In the 97-98 season, he shot a blistering 42.9% from deep, making that his highest percentage in his illustrious career.