For Reggie, there is no bad decision

For Reggie, there is no bad decision

There are 24 comments on the The Indianapolis Star story from Aug 25, 2007, titled For Reggie, there is no bad decision. In it, The Indianapolis Star reports that:

The phone rang around 11:25 p.m. I was awaiting my nightly Angela Buchman weather fix.

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Late Night Joe

Indianapolis, IN

#1 Aug 25, 2007
The weather never seems stormy with Angela Buchman.

I kinda forgot what the rest of the article was about.

United States

#2 Aug 25, 2007
Everyone likes some the end it was Reggies decision.
I wish him the best!!

Fowler, IN

#3 Aug 25, 2007
Darn it, I just mailed a postcard to him voicing my support for his comeback. But I am happy that he's happy. I was worried about how I am going to handle cheering for the Celtics at Conseco. But now, that worry is gone, Go Pacers!

Shirley, IN

#4 Aug 25, 2007
A poster on said it best...I'm glad that I don't have to hate my favorite sports hero of all-time now.

Liverpool, NY

#5 Aug 25, 2007
Well said, Reg-iculous! I feel the same way.

Florence, KY

#6 Aug 25, 2007
Reg-iculous wrote:
A poster on said it best...I'm glad that I don't have to hate my favorite sports hero of all-time now.
I never hated Reggie Jackson, or Rodger Clemens or ARod as they jumped back and forth in MLB. I never hated Greg Maddix or Tommy Glavin, and the list could go on. But that's a different story, because I'm living in a city with no MLB team. So why would anyone hate Reggie Miller. Whether it be for the money or the love of the shouldn't matter. Like the old 60's song,'Every bodies doing it'. So Reggie, do what's in your heart and forget about what everyone else thinks.
Get Real

Eminence, IN

#7 Aug 25, 2007
Angela Buchman...any channel she's on I'm watching!
Bill Arnold - Speedway

Indianapolis, IN

#8 Aug 25, 2007
If Reggie is happy then I'M happy for him!!!!!!!

Las Vegas, NV

#9 Aug 25, 2007
i would love to see reggie post up and fire away, big time, and i'd love to be 24 again, but memories get better with age. age just gets old. i think reggie could certainly cause a few more coronaries for any team, but one bump too many in that road and the dream dies badly. thanks for the memories, reggie.{die knick fans die}. tom littlejohn.

Newport, KY

#10 Aug 25, 2007
Personally I am glad Reggie is not coming out of retirement to play again. But I think he would be a great coach, if he wants to. I wish he wold coach the Pacers.


#11 Aug 25, 2007
But there WAS a bad decision for Reggie. After such a wonderful career as our hero, who would have wanted to see him as just another old geezer wheezing around the court?

Thankfully the right decision was made here.

Let's always remember and treasure "Uncle" Reggie, not "Grandpop" Reggie.

Plainfield, IN

#12 Aug 25, 2007
Get Real wrote:
Angela Buchman...any channel she's on I'm watching!
That is all that is on that idiot Kravitz's mind. Does anyone really believe that Reggie would call him?!?!? Kravitz is a hack and makes Robin Miller look credible.
Ryan C

Elkhart, IN

#13 Aug 25, 2007

There. Got that over with.

Dayton, OH

#14 Aug 25, 2007
Love the Angela references. She is SMOKIN'!

United States

#15 Aug 26, 2007
Uncle Reggie looks too good in a Pacer uniform for him to go somewhere else. Did Larry ask him to come back as a Pacer. Perhaps if he did, Uncle Reggie would return. If anyone could perform a miracle for the Pacers it would be Reggie. I honestly don't think Reggie could play comfortablely for anyone but the Pacers. He was a true Pacer and a true Sport. Good luck to Reggie in whatever he choose to do. I know he can do it, no matter what it is. May God continue to bless and keep Reggie. Indiana Pacers lost a good man, player wise as well as a gentleman.
Pat from Brownsburg

United States

#16 Aug 27, 2007
Reggie made watching basketball a thrill. I have to admit that the thrill is now gone for me. Would have loved to see him play again but he knows what is best for him. Bless you Reggie. And thanks for the memories!

Since: Apr 07

Chesterfield, MO

#18 Aug 27, 2007
You cannot help but admire someone who is true to himself. Reggie Miller truthfully confronted himself and came to the conclusion that he was not a basketball player anymore. He admitted that he would not be what he has always been on the court, and because of that, he would not be happy with holding on.

Good for him.

I think they call that integrity.
Danny A

Saco, ME

#19 Aug 27, 2007
It would have been great to see Miller come out of retirement with the new big three in Boston. As much as he would have helped the C's, James Posey (just signed by Boston) may help them even more with his defensive abilities. The C's continue to improve as the off season continues. Now they will simply have to prove it on the court. Big question for Pacers is: What to do with J.O. Keep or trade him.
Karl Malone

Galena, OH

#20 Aug 28, 2007
Me and Reggie got a lot in common; we didn't win a ring! Karl Malone mad about dat! Karl Malone gonna come out of retirement and throw his big elbows around!

Karl Malone

Since: Dec 06


#21 Aug 29, 2007
I think Reginald Wayne Miller is showing favoritism towards Bob, or his he just playing Bob for his op-ed pieces? Hmmmm!

Reggie ain't no dummy!!!!

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