Tuesday, April 12, 2016

Reggie Miller: Beyond the Glory (Basketball Documentary)


Reggie Miller: Beyond the Glory (Basketball... by debunkerbuster

Reggie shouldve left Indiana... Its where KKK originated lol
JM Talboo 
+Bryan Tan He played in Indianapolis and it isn't a racist city. "The Indiana Black Expo Summer Celebration is the largest ethnic–cultural event in the United States. This ten-day event, held in the Indiana Convention Center as well as various places around Indianapolis, draws African Americans to Indianapolis from both around the state and around the country. Organized in 1970, the Black Expo has provided networking, educational, career, and cultural opportunities for its guests. Participation at the 2006 Summer Celebration reached record highs, with over 350,000 in attendance." https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Indiana_Black_Expo "Did ESPN’s Colin Cowherd really just call Indiana Pacers fans racist? The Pacers enjoyed one of the most raucous home crowds on Earth back in the days of Reggie Miller’s epic battles with Michael Jordan of the Bulls and John Starks of the Knicks. Jermaine O’Neal became a superstar center in Indiana. Heck, this fan base even rallied around Ron Artest after the Malace in the Palace — if that isn’t true fan loyalty, not to mention the furthest thing from racism out there, then we don’t know what is... Indiana’s not racist. Cowherd just felt the need to put a little word vomit out into the public sphere, simple as that." http://gamedayr.com/sports/did-espns-colin-cowherd-really-just-call-indiana-pacers-fans-racist/ "Based on U.S. Census data from the year 2000 for the fifty largest cities in the United States, Indianapolis ranked eighth highest in a University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee study that compared percentages of residents living on black-white integrated city blocks." https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Indianapolis#Demographics

Reggie Miller 8 Points in 9 Seconds:

http://mindtreasury.blogspot.com/2016/04/reggie-miller-8-points-in-9-seconds.html