Reggie Miller, 51, is a retired NBA Pacer’s shooting guard and is currently a host on TNT’s NBA Coverage center. Miller attended UCLA from 1983-1987 and holds a degree in history. He led the UCLA Bruins to an NIT championship in 1985 and a Pacific 10 regular season championship, as well as the first Pacific 10 Conference Men’s Tournament championship. He played for the Pacers from 1987-2005 and holds a huge career rap sheet of accomplishments as a player, such as 5 NBA All Star awards, 3 All-NBA Third Team, USA Basketball Male Athlete of the Year in 2002, Pac 12 Conference Hall of Honor and is #31 retired by UCLA and the Indiana Pacers. He also won a gold medal in the 1996 Summer Olympics and is considered the best Pacers’ player of all time. He hosts TNT’s NBA coverage along with his sister. He also became a contributor to ESPN’s Dan and Patrick show in 2005 and has since worked as an analyst for the NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Championship tournament. His salary as a TNT analyst earns him $1.5 million a year and his total networth is $40 million. Miller’s TNT audience enjoy watching him on television for his silly jokes and comments during the games and he says he isn’t currently looking for a coaching job, and is enjoying his job as an analyst.