The 15 greatest NBA players without a championship ring, ranked

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9. Reggie Miller

Reggie Miller was one of the most prolific scorers and clutch performers throughout his 18-year career. He was known for his ability to shoot the leather off the ball, particularly from beyond the three-point line, and for his competitiveness on the court. He led the Indiana Pacers to multiple deep playoff runs during his tenure with the team, including six trips to the Eastern Conference Finals and one NBA Finals appearance.was

Throughout his career, Miller earned numerous accolades, including five NBA All-Star and three All-NBA selections and induction into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame in 2012. Miller's most infamous and career-defining moment came during the 1995 NBA Playoffs when he scored 8 points in 9 seconds to secure a comeback victory against the New York Knicks in Game 1 of the Eastern Conference Semifinals. This remarkable feat solidified his reputation as a clutch performer, earning him the nickname "Knick Killer." 

Miller was one of the best three-point shooters in basketball history. 30.4% of his 25,279 career points came from beyond the arc. The former Indiana Pacers star is one of nine NBA players in the prestigious 50-40-90 club, and despite playing in an era that didn't emphasize the 3-point shot as much as today’s NBA, his 2,560 career 3-pointers made rank fifth all-time and was an NBA record at the time of his retirement.