Hall of Famer Reggie Miller was the catalyst for the emergence of the Indiana Pacers in the early 1990’s. The sharpshooter out of UCLA had a 20.7 scoring average during the 1991-92 season where he led the Pacers to a playoff berth. This offered road uniform – jersey and shorts were worn by Miller during the 1991-92 season.
The jersey is dark blue, with a yellow and white striped pattern on the left chest and right back. “Indiana” is sewn across the chest in yellow and white tackle twill, while Miller’s number “31” is sewn on the chest and back in yellow and white tackle twill. “MILLER” is sewn across the back shoulders in yellow and white tackle twill. A Champion size “42” tag is sewn on the front left tail of the jersey and an NBA logo patch is sewn on the front left chest. Miller has signed his name in silver marker on the back inscribed “#31”. The matching shorts have a similar white and yellow striping, but on the right side front and left side back. The Pacers’ logo is on the lower left leg and the NBA logo is on the lower right leg. The waist has a blue band and the Champion size 36 tag is sewn on the inside back waist. This uniform set comes with a LOA from an Indiana Pacers employee. JSA certification included for the autograph.