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Reggie Miller Rookie Card and Autograph Memorabilia Guide

Reggie Miller

Date of Birth: 8/24/1965
Rookie Card Year: 1988-89
Investment Rating: 7.0


Reggie Miller cards and memorabilia lurk in the shadows compared to some of his generation's peers like Michael Jordan and Shaquille O'Neal. But now that he's in the Hall of Fame, it might not be a bad idea to check them out. They likely won't make huge gains, but he's one of the game's greatest competitors.

When it comes to clutch players, few have a better reputation for coming up big than Miller. A product of the UCLA Bruins, the three-point specialist spent his entire 17-year professional playing career with the Indiana Pacers. When he retired from the NBA in 2005, he was the league's all-time leader for three-point field goals (Ray Allen has since passed him).

Although the five-time All-Star failed to bring an NBA Championship to Indiana, he did help make the team extremely competitive. The Pacers reached the 2000 NBA Finals, but lost to Shaquille O'Neal, Kobe Bryant and the Los Angeles Lakers in six games.

Miller's rivalry with filmmaker Spike Lee, a long-time Knicks fan, became a thing of legend. Miller's dominance over the Knicks during the 1995 playoffs became a thing of legend thanks, in part, to Lee's taunts. It even became the subject of an ESPN documentary. Miller also published an autobiography, I Love Being the Enemy, in 1999.

Reggie Miller cards are somewhat overlooked in the hobby. He has just one rookie card, which is found in 1988-89 Fleer Basketball. The card is very reasonably priced, especially when you consider he's one of the best players of his generation. While the soft price for the card does offer a potential for growth, a better bet is Reggie Miller autographs.

He has relatively few certified autograph cards. Most that show up go for at least $100. Reggie Miller signed memorabilia is extremely rare and commands a premium. Now that he's a Hall of Famer, many collectors will be looking to add his signature to their collections. If the rise in demand isn't met with more supply, collectors can expect to pay even higher prices for Reggie Miller autographs in the years to come. Because Miller's autographs are so tough, collectors should be especially diligent to make sure any items they consider come with legitimate authenticity.

Reggie Miller Rookie Cards

1988-89 Fleer Basketball #57

Reggie Miller has just one rookie card. It's an ugly one too. But for those that collect Reggie Miller cards, there's no other option. Ugly borders, horribly dated fonts and a drab photo all work against the Hall of Famer, at least in the appearance department. However, with no other choice to be found, there's also no competition. Ungraded copies are very cheap, often going for well under $20. This can go about to a few hundred for top-grade copies from PSA and BGS.

Top eBay Listings

2017-18 Panini Contenders Reggie Miller Diamond Refractor 15 RARE Pacers

2013-14 Upper Deck All-Time Greats 100 Reggie Miller UCLA Bruins Basketball Card

2013-14 Upper Deck All-Time Greats 100 Reggie Miller UCLA Bruins Basketball Card


2016-17 Panini Flawless Reggie Miller Auto #04 20 Autograph USA Pacers

2005 Upper Deck ESPN Sportscenter Swatches #SCS-RM Reggie Miller Indiana Pacers

2005 Upper Deck ESPN Sportscenter Swatches #SCS-RM Reggie Miller Indiana Pacers

1994 SP Championship Series Playoff Heroes #P5 Reggie Miller Indiana Pacers Card

1994 SP Championship Series Playoff Heroes #P5 Reggie Miller Indiana Pacers Card


2000-01 Upper Deck Evolve GU Auto Jersey REGGIE MILLER 50 Autograph



Reggie Miller 650+ card lot

STICKER CARD NBA 1994 SL ITALY - Reggie Miller Indiana Pacers

1988 Fleer Basketball #57 Reggie Miller Rookie Card PSA 10
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Autograph Guide

Reggie Miller Autographed Memorabilia Buying Guide

Below you will find an example of what Reggie Miller's authentic signature looks like. This can be used as a first point of reference for determining the legitimacy of autograph memorabilia, but is not a substitute for having your items authenticated by a well-respected professional autograph authentication company. Reputable authentication companies include JSA, PSA, Panini Authentic and Mounted Memories to name a few. Click on any of the images below to view full size photos.

Reggie MillerĀ  Cut Signature Exemplar

Reggie Miller Key Signature Attributes: An authentic Reggie Miller signature autograph will exhibit several distinguishing characteristics, depending on when in his career the item was signed. Other characteristics that play into his signature style are the particular item and venue. Look for the following signature features:

  1. The entire signature is written on a relatively horizontal plane in cursive.
  2. The letter "R" is defined by its Oval shaped, but open loop and the small line indicating where the pen starts.
  3. the "letter" is is clearly legible as are the two "g"'s that resemble figure eights.
  4. The letter "i" is implied and the ending "e" is visible.
  5. He often inscribes his signature with his jersey number "#31."

Reggie Miller Signed Memorabilia

Collectors looking to purchase authentic autograph memorabilia of Reggie Miller are encouraged to be extremely cautious. Despite being a fan favorite during the 1990's due to his noteworthy play and demonstrative demeanor, Reggie Miller has very few, trustworthy autographed items in the marketplace.

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Reggie Miller Spalding Indoor Outdoor Signed Basketball JSA

Reggie Miller 1994 Stadium Club Signed AUTOGRAPH PSA DNA

1988 Fleer Reggie Miller Signed Rookie Card Autograph RC Auto PSA DNA (Crease)

Reggie Miller Autographed Signed 1991 Hoops Card #303 Indiana Pacers PSA DNA

Reggie Miller Autographed Signed 1990 Hoops Card #365 Indiana Pacers PSA DNA

RARE Reggie Miller Signed Auto Pacers Framed Floorboard JSA SM

Reggie Miller Indiana Pacers Basketball HOF Signed Official AL Baseball PSA DNA

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Ryan is a former member of The Cardboard Connection Writing Staff.

His collecting origins began with winter bike rides to the corner store, tossing a couple of quarters onto the counter and peddling home with a couple packs of O-Pee-Chee hockey in his pocket. Today, he continues to build sets, go after inserts with cool technologies, chase Montreal Expos and finish off his John Jaha master collection.

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