By Titan Frey In November 1992, Reggie Miller’s teammates challenged him to shoot more, and he responded with a career-high 57 points. Reggie Miller was the most feared shooter during the 1990s. His ability to hit the long ball, especially every clutch shot, made him into the Hall of Famer he is today. There was one problem with Miller and his game. This problem appeared to be an odd one, especially with Miller’s shooting ability. The one negative about Miller’s game was that he didn’t take enough shots. For his career, Miller averaged 12.6 shots per game and 4.7 three-point attempts per game….