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View Poll Results: Reggie Miller or Ray Allen?

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  1. #16
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    Allen may have been a little more well-rounded and he has the rings, but Miller's got a slight edge in a lot of advanced stats, and he carried that Pacers team to the postseason for a decade while Allen did little to nothing postseason-wise before starting the "Big 3" revolution in Boston. Both guys are known for clutch shots, but Miller was a killer his whole career, and his postseason numbers blow Ray's away.

    In the end, I'm going to give a slight edge to Reggie, but I could understand the justification for picking Allen.


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    Duncan Robinson is better than every shooter ever other than maybe Curry, I give curry the edge due to his attempts being higher.

    His 43% almost 44% from 3 this year is higher than any year Reggie has had on much higher attempts, he shoots 40% with a guy 4ft or closer to him from 3. He has been fouled on countless 3s with no calls and fighting his way through every game having his shorts tugged on, etc. he runs 37.3 miles per game to get open
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    went with RA just because of how much i loath reggie miller.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Iggie View Post
    Duncan Robinson is better than every shooter ever other than maybe Curry, I give curry the edge due to his attempts being higher.

    His 43% almost 44% from 3 this year is higher than any year Reggie has had on much higher attempts, he shoots 40% with a guy 4ft or closer to him from 3. He has been fouled on countless 3s with no calls and fighting his way through every game having his shorts tugged on, etc. he runs 37.3 miles per game to get open
    He hasn’t even played a whole season you sound ridiculous. Hard to think you’d have this opinion if he was doing it on another team.he should even be mentioned in this thread with 2 hall of famers


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    Quote Originally Posted by ManningToTyree View Post
    He hasn’t even played a whole season you sound ridiculous. Hard to think you’d have this opinion if he was doing it on another team.he should even be mentioned in this thread with 2 hall of famers


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    Quote Originally Posted by Iggie View Post
    Most 3s per minute played in NBA history
    In one 50 game stretch in one season at age 25 as the 4th offensive option on the floor at any given time. Color me unimpressed. The guy is a 3-point specialist. He's Kyle Korver, not Reggie Miller or Steph Curry.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Iggie View Post
    Duncan Robinson is better than every shooter ever other than maybe Curry, I give curry the edge due to his attempts being higher.

    His 43% almost 44% from 3 this year is higher than any year Reggie has had on much higher attempts, he shoots 40% with a guy 4ft or closer to him from 3. He has been fouled on countless 3s with no calls and fighting his way through every game having his shorts tugged on, etc. he runs 37.3 miles per game to get open
    He has been assisted on 95% of his 3's this season. He has made 212 three pointers, meaning he has literally made 11 three pointers without someone passing him the ball. Even 35+ old Reggie Miller was only assisted on 90% of his shots. Ray Allen is at 85%.

    Simply put, Duncan Robinson is a catch and shoot guy. And he's not even close to the best shooter ever. Kyle Korver smokes him. Wake me when Robinson shoots 49% on 3's...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Iggie View Post
    Most 3s per minute played in NBA history
    He’s very good on the catch and shoot but samples way too small to make the claims you are


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    Leave it to WaDe03 to derail what could be a good thread by bringing in a worthless Heat role player.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mightybosstone View Post
    Allen may have been a little more well-rounded and he has the rings, but Miller's got a slight edge in a lot of advanced stats, and he carried that Pacers team to the postseason for a decade while Allen did little to nothing postseason-wise before starting the "Big 3" revolution in Boston. Both guys are known for clutch shots, but Miller was a killer his whole career, and his postseason numbers blow Ray's away.

    In the end, I'm going to give a slight edge to Reggie, but I could understand the justification for picking Allen.
    Ray Allen was part of a big 3 in Milwaukee before his Boston days. Allen, Cassell and Robinson came 1 game away from an appearance in the Finals. This is something I wanted to touch on though. Look at the list of players Ray played with;

    Sam Cassell, Glenn Robinson, Paul Pierce, KG, Rajon Rondo, LeBron James, Dwyane Wade, Chris Bosh.

    Now let’s look at some of the notable players that Reggie played with;

    Jermaine O’Neal, Mark Jackson, Jalen Rose

    On top of that, Reggie knocked Milwaukee’s big 3 out of the post season in 2000 to eventually go to the finals and lose against the Lakers. Reggie dragged a team full of role players to the finals while Ray needed superstars on his team to get there. If you look at individual stats it’s a close call. When you look at what Reggie accomplished on top of having ice in his veins come playoff time then the answer is simple.
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    Quote Originally Posted by R. Johnson#3 View Post
    Ray Allen was part of a big 3 in Milwaukee before his Boston days. Allen, Cassell and Robinson came 1 game away from an appearance in the Finals. This is something I wanted to touch on though. Look at the list of players Ray played with;

    Sam Cassell, Glenn Robinson, Paul Pierce, KG, Rajon Rondo, LeBron James, Dwyane Wade, Chris Bosh.

    Now let’s look at some of the notable players that Reggie played with;

    Jermaine O’Neal, Mark Jackson, Jalen Rose

    On top of that, Reggie knocked Milwaukee’s big 3 out of the post season in 2000 to eventually go to the finals and lose against the Lakers. Reggie dragged a team full of role players to the finals while Ray needed superstars on his team to get there. If you look at individual stats it’s a close call. When you look at what Reggie accomplished on top of having ice in his veins come playoff time then the answer is simple.
    That Bucks/Pacers first round series went the full 5. Reggie dropped 40 in game 5 (of course he did)
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    Quote Originally Posted by R. Johnson#3 View Post
    Leave it to WaDe03 to derail what could be a good thread by bringing in a worthless Heat role player.
    This theory has been debunked.
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    Call me when any of the shooters you all mentioned lead the NBA History books in 3 pointers made based on minutes played.
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    Dude, I can't tell if you're being sarcastic or not anymore. Are you really this much of a homer that you honestly believe Duncan freaking Robinson is a better shooter than those guys? Are you related to Duncan Robinson in some way? Hell, are you actually Duncan Robinson?

    I just can't believe any competent human being would hold this opinion, especially someone who has seemed like a fairly intelligent, capable person in much of your other takes.


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