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For eighteen years, shooting guard Reggie Miller tormented opposing defenses on way to becoming the Indiana Pacers all-time leader in Win Shares with 174.4. Sharp-shooting “Uncle Reg” was a five-time All Star in Indianapolis and led the Pacers to the NBA title at the conclusion of the 1999-2000 season.

PACERS ALL-TIME TOP FIVE

Reggie Miller leads Indiana Pacers all-time top five by Win Shares

After Miller, the next biggest contributors to the Pacers by Win Shares are forwards Roger Brown (63.5) and Dale Davis (58.4), and centers Rick Smits (56.6) and Mel Daniels (53.4).

The second team of Pacers legends is led by guard Billy Knight (53.4), who was a two-time ABA All-Star in Indianapolis. He is joined by Vern Fleming (50.4), Danny Granger (47.6), Jeff Foster (47.5) and Jermaine O’Neal (46.5).

The following stats of the Pacers’ all-time top five players reflect only those numbers accrued during their time with the franchise…

UPDATED September 13, 2019

REGGIE MILLER: 1987-2005

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Win Shares Per 48 Minutes: .176

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ROGER BROWN: 1967-75

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Win Shares Per 48 Minutes: .150

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DALE DAVIS: 1991-2000, 2004-05

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Win Shares Per 48 Minutes: .141

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RICK SMITS: 1988-2000

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Win Shares Per 48 Minutes: .118

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MEL DANIELS: 1967-1974

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Win Shares Per 48 Minutes: .144