Meet Reggie Miller. No, not THAT Reggie Miller, the Abilene Christian point guard

Reggie Miller came to Indianapolis to make a name for himself.

And he got some attention as 14th-seeded Abilene Christian and it’s point guard upset No. 3 seed Texas, 53-52, in the first round of the NCAA Tournament.

In the game’s final seconds, Miller’s drive was blocked but Joe Pleasant was fouled while grabbing the offensive rebound and hit two free throws with 1.2 seconds left for the margin.

Oh …

You thought …

Sorry. Not THAT Reggie Miller.

The Reggie Millers have very little in common other than both being Division I college basketball players and skinny.

THAT Reggie Miller is Reginald Wayne Miller. This Reggie Miller is Reginald Miller, named after his father.

This Reggie Miller pulls off a March Madness circus shot

“We are in Indiana,” color commentator Steve Smith said have This Reggie Miller hit a bank shot to put Abilene Christian up 37-36 with 12:55 to play in the game. He was 3-of-8, 0-of-4 on 3s, with 7 points and 8 rebounds in the upset.

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THAT Reggie Miller is, of course, the greatest player in Indiana Pacers history and a Naismith Basketball Hall of Famer.

This Reggie Miller emerged as the starting point guard for Abilene Christian only this season.

THAT Reggie Miller was 6-7, 185 pounds at UCLA.

This Reggie Miller is 6-0, 150 pounds.

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After shooting poorly at Texas State and during his first season at Abilene Christian — 29.6% overall, 21.7 on 3s — This Reggie Miller has channeled THAT Reggie Miller this season, shooting 38.6% on 3s.

But THAT Reggie Miller shot 43.9% on 3s in the only season of his college career with the arc.

This Reggie Miller averaged 6.2 points per game this season. THAT Reggie Miller averaged just 4.6 ppg as a freshman but then 15.2, 25.9 and 22.7 at UCLA.

This Reggie Miller does average 4.4 assists and 2.0 steals per game, making the Southland Conference all-defense first team. THAT Reggie Miller wasn’t know for passing (2.6 assists per game was his most in a college season) or defense, but did average 2.0 steals per game as a senior.

Reggie Miller plays Reggie Miller’s alma mater in Reggie Miller’s arena

In a second-round matchup, Abilene Christian played UCLA in Bankers Life Fieldhouse — where THAT Reggie Miller’s retired Indiana Pacers number hangs in the rafters.

This Reggie Miller had 5 points, 8 rebounds and 7 assists in Abilene Christian’s 67-47 loss. He still has a way to go to catch THAT Reggie Miller in this building.

Contact IndyStar Deputy Sports Editor Nat Newell at (317) 444-6182 or Follow him on Twitter: @NatJNewell.

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