Indiana Pacer guard Reggie Miller will retire after this season, his sister, Cheryl, reported Thursday night on TNT.
"Over the last couple of weeks there has been a lot of speculation on whether or not this will be Reggie Miller's last season," Cheryl Miller said. "Yesterday I spoke to Reggie, and after 18 seasons with the Indiana Pacers, this will definitely be his last season."
Miller, 39, has been one of the league's best outside shooters during a career that has included five All-Star appearances, 131 playoff games and a trip to the NBA Finals.
Two weeks ago, Miller angrily shot down another TNT reporter's story that he was retiring.
Miller holds NBA records for most three-pointers made (2,371) and attempted (5,987) and is the all-time leading scorer in Pacer history.
Sacramento King center Brad Miller was suspended one game by the NBA for throwing a brief tantrum at the end of Tuesday's game against the Phoenix Suns.
Miller threw his headband and wristbands and yelled at the officials after they did not call goaltending on a last-second shot that was blocked by Phoenix's Amare Stoudemire in the Suns' 125-123 victory.
Also, King guard Mike Bibby was fined $15,000 for yelling at officials, Cuttino Mobley was fined $15,000 for criticizing the officials, and forward Chris Webber was fined $10,000 for kicking the ball into the stands.
Toronto Raptor forward Eric Williams demanded to be traded to a team that will play him. ... New Jersey Net forward Brian Scalabrine had surgery on his left knee. No timetable was given for his return.... The Pacers donated $2.4 million to 11 local charities, money that comes mostly from fines levied against five players for their roles in the Nov. 19 brawl with Detroit Piston fans.