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The one rivalry Reggie Miller just couldn
The one rivalry Reggie Miller just couldn't win, Reggie Vs. Cheryl
Published: 2013/06/26
Channel: Edijs
Cheryl Miller: A Basketball Legend
Cheryl Miller: A Basketball Legend
Published: 2015/03/26
Channel: OklahomaHorizonTV
The Woman Who Almost Made it to the NBA / The Greatest Female Basketball Player of All Time
The Woman Who Almost Made it to the NBA / The Greatest Female Basketball Player of All Time
Published: 2017/06/16
Channel: JxmyHighroller
Cheryl Miller talks about Steph Curry and Other Basketball Greats
Cheryl Miller talks about Steph Curry and Other Basketball Greats
Published: 2016/06/10
Channel: Los Angeles Sentinel Newspaper
Legent of WNBA Cheryl Miller
Legent of WNBA Cheryl Miller
Published: 2009/08/05
Channel: HaleyGreaham
The Best of Cheryl Miller
The Best of Cheryl Miller
Published: 2010/06/29
Channel: nbaeu
Cheryl Miller
Cheryl Miller's Basketball Hall of Fame Enshrinement Speech
Published: 2012/06/29
Channel: OfficialHoophall
Kobe getting fondled by Cheryl Miller
Kobe getting fondled by Cheryl Miller
Published: 2011/04/23
Channel: Anthony Finley
Would You Rather? (Cheryl Miller or Reggie Miller?)
Would You Rather? (Cheryl Miller or Reggie Miller?)
Published: 2015/08/14
Channel: WNBA
NBA on TNT
NBA on TNT'S Cheryl Miller Produced by Chris Bavelles
Published: 2009/07/25
Channel: CBTWEAK
Reggie Miller
Reggie Miller's Basketball Hall of Fame Enshrinement Speech
Published: 2012/09/10
Channel: OfficialHoophall
1984 Championship USC vs  Tennessee
1984 Championship USC vs Tennessee
Published: 2015/02/17
Channel: Classic Basketball
Scott Pollard Talks Trash to Cheryl Miller
Scott Pollard Talks Trash to Cheryl Miller
Published: 2009/04/05
Channel: wwwrealknickscom
Cheryl Miller Speaks on the Lessons of Basketball
Cheryl Miller Speaks on the Lessons of Basketball
Published: 2016/06/10
Channel: Los Angeles Sentinel Newspaper
Cheryl Miller Chooses Her Top Five Basketball Players
Cheryl Miller Chooses Her Top Five Basketball Players
Published: 2016/06/10
Channel: Los Angeles Sentinel Newspaper
Reggie Miller and Cheryl Miller feature from 1995
Reggie Miller and Cheryl Miller feature from 1995
Published: 2011/12/16
Channel: BraddyD
Red Carpet: Reggie and Cheryl
Red Carpet: Reggie and Cheryl
Published: 2012/09/08
Channel: Basketball Highlights
Kerr: "Cheryl (Miller), Paula (McGee) and Pam (McGee). Those teams were legendary. Cynthia Cooper"
Kerr: "Cheryl (Miller), Paula (McGee) and Pam (McGee). Those teams were legendary. Cynthia Cooper"
Published: 2016/11/25
Channel: LetsGoWarriors
Cheryl Miller interviews Kobe Bryant prior to 2004 NBA All-star game
Cheryl Miller interviews Kobe Bryant prior to 2004 NBA All-star game
Published: 2010/01/17
Channel: James Grey
Cheryl Miller Speaks on Being Irrelevant
Cheryl Miller Speaks on Being Irrelevant
Published: 2016/06/10
Channel: Los Angeles Sentinel Newspaper
Cheryl MILLER - FIBA Hall of Famer 2010 Class
Cheryl MILLER - FIBA Hall of Famer 2010 Class
Published: 2015/03/12
Channel: FIBA
The Strangler: The Murder of Cheryl Miller
The Strangler: The Murder of Cheryl Miller
Published: 2016/05/24
Channel: John Aylward
Cheryl Miller chucking little kid!
Cheryl Miller chucking little kid!
Published: 2011/02/20
Channel: HyzerDG
Cheryl Miller Loves it!
Cheryl Miller Loves it!
Published: 2011/03/04
Channel: helixx
Reggie Miller vs. Cheryl Miller
Reggie Miller vs. Cheryl Miller
Published: 2013/05/22
Channel: jmarquilla4023
Cheryl Miller Joins Langston University!
Cheryl Miller Joins Langston University!
Published: 2014/05/01
Channel: Pound S
Cheryl Miller Ice Bucket Challenge
Cheryl Miller Ice Bucket Challenge
Published: 2014/08/27
Channel: Motor Neurone Disease Association of Queensland
Cheryl Miller and husband Jim arrested on Capitol Hill
Cheryl Miller and husband Jim arrested on Capitol Hill
Published: 2007/01/03
Channel: Gary Sage
Cheryl Miller Interview
Cheryl Miller Interview
Published: 2009/10/08
Channel: TaraBates2
Langston Names Cheryl Miller Head Coach
Langston Names Cheryl Miller Head Coach
Published: 2014/05/13
Channel: Langston University
Kevin Garnett and Shaq interviewed by Cheryl Miller 2004 All-Star game
Kevin Garnett and Shaq interviewed by Cheryl Miller 2004 All-Star game
Published: 2010/01/17
Channel: James Grey
Stephanie Ready and Cheryl Miller recap Game 1 of the Finals between the Mercury and Fever.
Stephanie Ready and Cheryl Miller recap Game 1 of the Finals between the Mercury and Fever.
Published: 2009/09/30
Channel: Emanuelknicks
USA vs. Hungary: 1986 Women
USA vs. Hungary: 1986 Women's World Championship
Published: 2010/02/04
Channel: USA Basketball
Cheryl Miller on her Plans for the CSULA Women
Cheryl Miller on her Plans for the CSULA Women's Basketball Team
Published: 2016/06/10
Channel: Los Angeles Sentinel Newspaper
Reggie and Cheryl Miller and a million dollar halfcourt shot
Reggie and Cheryl Miller and a million dollar halfcourt shot
Published: 2009/11/27
Channel: Austin Archibald
Case Cracked: Pamella Jackson and Cheryl Miller
Case Cracked: Pamella Jackson and Cheryl Miller
Published: 2017/01/10
Channel: LordanARTS
UMG | Cheryl Miller Ft. Bobby Rrié
UMG | Cheryl Miller Ft. Bobby Rrié
Published: 2013/04/15
Channel: UnionMusicGrp
Cheryl Miller: the GOAT
Cheryl Miller: the GOAT
Published: 2016/11/24
Channel: Rumpel Stiltsky
Cheryl Miller Interview
Cheryl Miller Interview
Published: 2014/08/23
Channel: StilettoJill
Girls Are Going To Save The World: Cheryl Miller at TEDxVilnius
Girls Are Going To Save The World: Cheryl Miller at TEDxVilnius
Published: 2012/12/07
Channel: TEDx Talks
Cheryl Miller Senior Project 2016
Cheryl Miller Senior Project 2016
Published: 2016/06/08
Channel: Cheryl Miller
One-On-One with Cheryl Miller (1/24/2015)
One-On-One with Cheryl Miller (1/24/2015)
Published: 2015/01/26
Channel: PoochieMcable
CBS 6 Video Vault: 1990  - Cheryl Miller
CBS 6 Video Vault: 1990 - Cheryl Miller's "Positively Richmond" series
Published: 2012/03/28
Channel: WTVR CBS 6
Improv Comedy Club Kansas City with Dan Horn & Cheryl Miller
Improv Comedy Club Kansas City with Dan Horn & Cheryl Miller
Published: 2009/08/03
Channel: runtly41
Cheryl Miller introduced as Langston Head Coach
Cheryl Miller introduced as Langston Head Coach
Published: 2014/04/30
Channel: GuthrieNews
NightHacking with Cheryl Miller
NightHacking with Cheryl Miller
Published: 2012/11/09
Channel: Java
Inside NAU 704 Cheryl Miller Interview
Inside NAU 704 Cheryl Miller Interview
Published: 2012/10/22
Channel: NAUTV
Cheryl Miller (aka: Miz Ida) at the MMMU @ The Bull Run Tap House
Cheryl Miller (aka: Miz Ida) at the MMMU @ The Bull Run Tap House
Published: 2014/06/26
Channel: Terry Baylor
HoopStreet With Cheryl Miller Created by Chris Bavelles
HoopStreet With Cheryl Miller Created by Chris Bavelles
Published: 2009/07/04
Channel: CBTWEAK
WATCH: Congrats to Cheryl Miller! She`s being inducted into the Virginia Communications Hall of Fame
WATCH: Congrats to Cheryl Miller! She`s being inducted into the Virginia Communications Hall of Fame
Published: 2015/04/09
Channel: WTVR CBS 6
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Cheryl Miller
Cal State Los Angeles Golden Eagles
Position Head coach
League NCAA
Personal information
Born (1964-01-03) January 3, 1964 (age 53)
Riverside, California
Nationality American
Listed height 6 ft 2 in (1.88 m)
Listed weight 180 lb (82 kg)
Career information
High school Riverside Polytechnic
(Riverside, California)
College USC (1982–1986)
Coaching career 1986–present
Career history
As coach:
1986–1991 USC (assistant)
1993–1995 USC
1997–2000 Phoenix Mercury (HC/GM)
2014–2015 Langston University
2016–present Cal State Los Angeles
Career highlights and awards
Stats at WNBA.com
Basketball Hall of Fame as player
Women's Basketball Hall of Fame
FIBA Hall of Fame as player

Cheryl D. Miller (born January 3, 1964)[1] is the women's basketball coach at Cal State LA and a former college basketball player and sportscaster for TNT. She is currently a sideline reporter for NBA games on TNT Sports and also works for NBA TV as a reporter and analyst having worked previously as a sportscaster for ABC Sports, TBS Sports and ESPN. She was also head coach and General Manager of the WNBA's Phoenix Mercury.

In 1995, Miller was enshrined in the Basketball Hall of Fame in Springfield, Massachusetts. In 1999, she was inducted into the inaugural class of the Women's Basketball Hall of Fame, located in Knoxville, Tennessee.[2] On August 20, 2010, Miller was also inducted into the FIBA Hall of Fame for her success in international play.[3]

She is the sister of retired National Basketball Association (NBA) Hall of Famer Reggie Miller and former Major League Baseball catcher Darrell Miller.

High school career[edit]

Miller played at Riverside Polytechnic High School (1978–1982) where she was a four-year letter winner and led her team to a 132–4 record. She was awarded the Dial Award for the national high-school scholar-athlete of the year in 1981. She was the first player, male or female, to be named an All-American by Parade magazine four times.[4][5] Averaging 32.8 points and 15.0 rebounds a game, Miller was Street & Smith's national High School Player of the Year in both 1981 and 1982. In her senior year she scored 105 points in a game against Norte Vista High School.[6] She set California state records for points scored in a single season (1156), and points scored in a high school career (3405).[4]

University of Southern California[edit]

At the University of Southern California (USC), the 6 ft. 2 in. (1.87 m) Miller played the forward position. She was a four-year letter winner, scored 3,018 career points (tenth all-time in NCAA history), and was a four-time All-American. Her career rebounding mark of 1,534 ranks her third all-time in NCAA history. Miller was named Naismith College Player of the Year three times and earned the Wade Trophy (Player of the Year) once.[7] At USC, Miller led the Trojans to a 112–20 record and NCAA titles in 1983 and 1984 and was named NCAA Tournament MVP both years. Miller's teammates included Cynthia Cooper, two-time WNBA MVP; Pamela McGee, 1984 Olympian and All-American, and Paula McGee, 1982 and 1983 All-American. Miller was coached by Linda K. Sharp, one of college basketball's most winning coaches. In her senior season, Miller picked up her third Naismith Award, the Broderick Award as the Female College Basketball Player of the Year. Miller still holds numerous Trojan career records, including points (3,018, 23.6 ppg), rebounds (1,534, 12.0 rpg), field goals made (1,159), free throws made (700), games played (128), and steals (462). Miller's previous Trojan records in assists (414) was almost doubled by Rhonda Windham (735); Lisa Leslie topped her blocked shot record by one (321).[8]

In 1986, Miller was nominated for the James E. Sullivan Award, and in that same year, USC retired her #31 jersey, the first retired jersey of a basketball player, male or female, at USC.[5]

In 1993 she took the head coaching job at her alma mater, USC, after the university chose to fire coach Marianne Stanley.[9]

As a chemistry major at USC, Miller's class schedule included courses such as organic chemistry and quantum physics.

USC statistics[edit]

Source[10]

Legend
  GP Games played   GS  Games started  MPG  Minutes per game
 FG%  Field goal percentage  3P%  3-point field goal percentage  FT%  Free throw percentage
 RPG  Rebounds per game  APG  Assists per game  SPG  Steals per game
 BPG  Blocks per game  PPG  Points per game  Bold  Career high
Year Team GP Points FG% FT% RPG APG SPG BPG PPG
1982-83 USC 33 973 55.1% 73.7% 9.7 3.5 3.5 2.4 20.4
1983-84 USC 33 726 57.0% 75.2% 10.6 3.6 3.2 2.5 22.0
1984-85 USC 30 805 52.8% 69.6% 15.8 2.9 3.9 2.7 26.8
1985-86 USC 32 814 60.9% 75.3% 12.2 2.9 4.0 2.5 25.4
Career 128 3018 56.5% 73.5% 12.0 3.2 3.6 2.5 23.6

USA Basketball[edit]

Miller played for the USA National team in the 1983 World Championships, held in Sao Paulo, Brazil. The team won six games, but lost two against the Soviet Union. In an opening round game, the USA team had a nine-point lead at halftime, but the Soviets came back to take the lead, and a final shot by the USA failed to drop, leaving the USSR team with a one-point victory 85–84, despite 23 points from Miller. The USA team won their next four games, setting up the gold medal game against USSR. This game was also close, and was tied at 82 points each with six seconds to go in the game. The Soviets Elena Chausova received the inbounds pass and hit the game winning shot in the final seconds, giving the USSR team the gold medal with a score of 84–82. The USA team earned the silver medal. Miller led the team in scoring, averaging 17.6 points per game, and tied for the lead in rebounding at 4.4 per game.[11]

In 1984, the USA sent its National team to the 1984 William Jones Cup competition in Taipei, Taiwan, for pre-Olympic practice. The team easily beat each of the eight teams they played, winning by an average of just under 50 points per game. Miller led the team in scoring, averaging 15.1 points per game, led the team in rebounding with 4.4 per game and led the team in steals with 27.[12]

Miller led the U.S. team to the gold medal at the 1984 Summer Olympics in Los Angeles and was also part of the gold medal team at the 1983 Pan American Games in Caracas, Venezuela.

Miller was selected to represent the USA at the inaugural Goodwill games, held in Moscow in July 1986. North Carolina State's Kay Yow served as head coach. The team opened up with a 72–53 victory over Yugoslavia, led by 19 points from Miller, and followed that with a 21-point win over Brazil 91–70. The third game was against Czechoslovakia and would be much closer. Miller was the scoring leader in this game, scoring 26 points to help the USA to a 78–70 victory. The USA faced Bulgaria in the semi-final match up, and again won, this time 67–58. This set up the final against the Soviet Union, led by 7-foot-2 Ivilana Semenova, considered the most dominant player in the world. The Soviet team, had a 152–2 record in major international competition over the prior three decades, including an 84–82 win over the USA in the 1983 World Championships. The Soviets held the early edge, leading 21–19 at one time, before the USA went on a scoring run to take a large lead they would never relinquish. The final score was 83–60 in favor of the USA, earning the gold medal for the USA squad. For the entire event, Miller averaged 20.6 points to lead the team in scoring.[13]

Miller continued to represent the USA with National team at the 1986 World Championships, held in Moscow, a month after the Goodwill games in Moscow. The USA team was even more dominant this time. The early games were won easily, and the semifinal against Canada, while the closest game for the USA so far, ended up an 82–59 victory. At the same time, the Soviet team was winning easily as well, and the final game pitted two teams each with 6–0 records. The Soviet team, having lost only once at home, wanted to show that the Goodwill games setback was a fluke. The USA team started by scoring the first eight points, and raced to a 45–23 lead, although the Soviets fought back and reduced the halftime margin to 13. The USA went on a 15–1 run in the second half to put the game away, and ended up winning the gold medal with a score of 108–88. Miller led all scorers in the game with 24 points.[14]

Awards and honors[edit]

Post-college career[edit]

After graduating from USC in 1986, she was drafted by several professional basketball leagues, including the United States Basketball League, a men's league. However, in the late 1980s, Miller suffered knee injuries that prevented her from continuing her playing career. From 1986 to 1991, she worked as an assistant coach at USC and as a Television Sportscaster.

Miller was named Head Coach at USC and coached two seasons (1993–95). Her teams had a combined 42–14 record and went to the NCAA tournament both seasons, making a Regional Final once. She then coached for four seasons (1997–2000) with the Phoenix Mercury of the WNBA, where she also served as General Manager.[17] "Run, run, run, run, run," Miller said about her kind of team. "Play some outstanding defense. I want this team to be physical, I want them to know the game." In 1998, Miller coached the Mercury to a 16–12 record and to the WNBA Finals, where her team lost to the Houston Comets.[18] She resigned after the 2000 season, citing fatigue.

On April 30, 2014, she was named the women's basketball coach at Langston University by athletic director Mike Garrett.

On May 26, 2016, she was named the women's basketball coach at California State Los Angeles by athletic director Mike Garrett.

Broadcasting career[edit]

Cheryl Miller serves as a sideline reporter for the NBA on TNT’s Thursday night doubleheader coverage for TNT Sports. She also made appearances on NBA TV during the 2008-09 NBA season as a reporter and analyst. Miller joined Turner Sports in September 1995 as an analyst and reporter for the NBA on TBS and TNT. She did make occasional appearances as Studio Analyst for the NBA games. In November 1996, she became the first female analyst to call a nationally televised NBA game (TBS).[19] She also served as the sideline reporter in 2K Sports' NBA 2K Series.

Miller worked as a Basketball Commentator at the 1994 Goodwill Games. Miller worked as a basketball reporter and called weightlifting for the 2001 Goodwill Games. Miller served as women’s basketball analyst and men's basketball reporter for NBC’s coverage of the 1996 Atlanta Olympics.

Before joining Turner Sports, Miller also worked for ABC Sports/ESPN from 1987–1993, where she served as a reporter for ABC's Wide World of Sports and a commentator for the network’s college basketball telecasts. She served as Field Reporter for the 1987 Little League World Series and served as a Correspondent for the 1988 Calgary Olympics.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Women's Basketball Coaches Career". NCAA. Retrieved 22 Sep 2015. 
  2. ^ "WBHOF Inductees". WBHOF. Retrieved 2009-08-01. 
  3. ^ "FIBA announces 2010 Hall of Fame Class". FIBA. Archived from the original on 2010-10-19. Retrieved 2010-08-20. 
  4. ^ a b Woolum p 190
  5. ^ a b Skaine, p. 132
  6. ^ 2009 National High School Sports Record Book. National Federation of State High School Associations. 2009. Archived from the original (PDF) on December 17, 2013. Retrieved March 16, 2010. 
  7. ^ "The Wade Trophy". Women's Basketball Coaches Association. Retrieved 30 Jun 2014. 
  8. ^ usctrojans.com – University of Southern California Official Athletic Site – University of Southern California
  9. ^ Hoffer, Richard. “It’s Not Miller Time.” 1994. Sports Illustrated, 11 April, 17.
  10. ^ "USC Media Guide" (PDF). Retrieved 2017-09-12. 
  11. ^ "Ninth World Championship For Women – 1983". USA Basketball. June 10, 2010. Archived from the original on 5 September 2015. Retrieved 19 October 2015. 
  12. ^ "1984 WOMEN'S R. WILLIAM JONES CUP". USA Basketball. Retrieved 3 August 2014. 
  13. ^ "First Women's Goodwill Games – 1986". USA Basketball. June 10, 2010. Archived from the original on 11 September 2015. Retrieved 20 October 2015. 
  14. ^ "Tenth World Championship For Women – 1986". USA Basketball. August 14, 2013. Archived from the original on 5 September 2015. Retrieved 19 October 2015. 
  15. ^ a b "PAST HONDA SPORTS AWARD WINNERS FOR BASKETBALL". THE Collegiate Women Sports Awards Program. Retrieved 8 May 2014. 
  16. ^ "Past Collegiate Woman Athlete of the Year Winners (Honda Cup)". THE Collegiate Women Sports Awards Program. Retrieved 8 May 2014. 
  17. ^ Skaine, p. 134
  18. ^ Woolum p 191
  19. ^ Skaine, p. 133
Sources
  • Skaine, Rosemarie (2001). Women College Basketball Coaches. Foreword by Betty F. Jaynes. Jefferson, N.C: McFarland. ISBN 9780786409204. 
  • Woolum, Janet (June 5, 1998). Outstanding women athletes : who they are and how they influenced sports in America (2 Sub ed.). Oryx Press. ISBN 978-1-57356-120-4. 

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