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2004 Reggie Miller Game-Issued Nike Air Jordan ProStatus Shoes Signed PacersGo Back
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In the twilight of his career, Reggie Miller deferred his leadership role to All-Star teammate Jermaine O’Neal. Miller was an important locker-room leader for his team and served as an inspiration to his teammates who wanted to “win one [a championship] for ‘Uncle Reg'”. While Miller was no longer the team’s leading scorer, he remained a go-to player in crunch time to the end of his career. O’Neal’s respect for Miller was most evident on January 4, 2005, when after scoring 55 points against the Milwaukee Bucks, O’Neal agreed to be taken out of the game with 1:43 remaining to preserve Miller’s record of 57 points.
One of Michael Jordan’s biggest on-court rivals, Hall of Fame shooting guard Reggie Miller earned enough of His Airness’s respect to receive Player Exclusive Air Jordans throughout the late 90s and early 2000s. This is one of those representations.
Presented from the twilight of Reggie Miller’s career is this pair of shoes that were issued to him for use in a game. The sneakers date to 2004 (via the coding) and are the Nike Air Jordan ProStatus model. They feature a Pacers navy and white colorway with the stitched Jumpman logo prominent on the ankle as well as a “23”. They are [size] 14 with proper coding. They feature Zoom Air technology which of helps on reducing the weight of the sole and the vamp design was inspired by the Air Jordan 12s.
These sneakers originate directly from an NBA source and were given to him right after Reggie Miller’s last game in Indianapolis. And, Miller autographed the toe box of each shoe in black felt tip (“9”) for added authentication.
Authentication: 100% Authentic Team. JSA Full Letter
Cert Holo: 9714