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THE MAN IN THE MIRROR
David Fleming
January 27, 1997
While evaluating the league's young talent recently, Pacers guard Reggie Miller saved his highest praise for Nets rookie Kerry Kittles, the No. 8 pick in the '96 draft. Said Miller, "He reminds me of myself when I was younger. He really hustles and goes all out. He is always moving, playing hard. You have to admire players like that." The question is, Does the rook really hold a candle to Reggie?
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January 27, 1997

The Man In The Mirror

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KITTLES

 

MILLER

Minutes played and 3-pointers

LEADS TEAM IN...

Minutes played and 3-pointers

3 boards, 2 blocks

GAME HIGHS FOR OFFENSIVE
REBOUNDS AND BLOCKED SHOTS

3 boards, 2 blocks

below .500

1997 WINNING PERCENTAGE

below .500

Wears right sock low

SARTORIAL ODDITY

Wears right knee sleeve low

Zip

OLYMPIC GOLDS
WON BY FAMILY

Reggie (1996)
Cheryl (1984)

Nope

WAS HE BETTER THAN CHERYL
MILLER IN HER PRIME?

Nope

Plenty

HAIR

Plenty...of reason to
call the Hair Club for Men

Won NIT. 1994

NEW YORK, NEW YORK

Won NIT, 1985

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GAMES PLAYED IN COLLEGE

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John Wooden All-America (1994)

BRUINS CONNECTION

ULCA grad (1987)

Featured dunking on back
cover next to "Player of the
Year Candidate"

COLLEGE MEDIA GUIDE

Featured dunking on front
cover next to "Player of the
Year Candidate"

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PLAYER OF THE YEAR
AWARDS WON

0

While evaluating the league's young talent recently, Pacers guard Reggie Miller saved his highest praise for Nets rookie Kerry Kittles, the No. 8 pick in the '96 draft. Said Miller, "He reminds me of myself when I was younger. He really hustles and goes all out. He is always moving, playing hard. You have to admire players like that." The question is, Does the rook really hold a candle to Reggie?

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