Miller began his NBA career in Indiana starting in only 1 game during his rookie season. That would soon change. His sophomore campaign in the Hoosier State saw him start in 70 NBA regular season games, and scoring over 1,000 points.
Miller's third season, the 1988-89 campaign, he would take his offensive play into another stratosphere. Not only would Miller start in all 82 regular season games, but he would score an astounding 2,016 points! That would be part of a streak of almost 14 consecutive seasons scoring more than 1,000 points (the only reason he didn't have 14 consecutive seasons was due to the 1998-99 lockout shortened season, in which Miller was well on his way to more than 1,000 points, but only had a chance to play in 50 games).
He of course would play his entire career with the Pacers, wearing jersey number 31 the entire time, establishing himself as one of the best shooters of all-time.
- 25,279 career points
- 2,560 career three-pointers (2nd all-time)
- 6,247 career free-throws
- 2-time NBA single season leader in three-pointers ('92-'93 and '96-'97)
sources: wikipedia.com, basketball-reference.com