Cheryl Miller
Basketball player
Cheryl Miller
Cheryl D. Miller is a former college basketball player, coach 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.
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'Generation Startup' doc checks in on young entrepreneurs
LATimes - 5 months
Directed by Cynthia Wade and Cheryl Miller Houser, the documentary “Generation Startup” puts a human face on millennial startup culture. The film depicts the program Venture for America, which supports entrepreneurship in recent college graduates in cities around the United States by placing fellows...
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1971 cold case may have a break
CNN - over 3 years
They were 17-year-old high school students driving to a party at a gravel pit. Perhaps they took a wrong turn; perhaps there was foul play. For 42 years, authorities have had no idea how Cheryl Miller and Pamela Jackson disappeared.
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Cheryl Miller, Pamella Jackson Remains Possibly Found In Car At Heart Of 1971 Missing Persons Case
The Huffington Post - over 3 years
Skeletal remains were found inside a car authorities believe is connected to the disappearance of two 17-year-olds who went missing in 1971. Cheryl Miller and Pamella Jackson of South Dakota disappeared on May 29, 1971. The 1960 Studebaker was found on Monday in Brule Creek near Elk Pointboth. More...
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UConn Women Win 8th Title
Huffington Post Sports - almost 4 years
NEW ORLEANS — Geno Auriemma and Connecticut are back on top. With freshman Breanna Stewart leading the way, it might be a while before they give it up, too. Stewart scored 18 of her 23 points in a dazzling first half and Connecticut won its eighth national championship with a 93-60 rout of Louisville on Tuesday night. It was the most lopsided victory in a title game, and it put the Huskies back atop college basketball after missing the title game the past two years. The title tied Auriemma and the Huskies (35-4) with Pat Summitt and Tennessee for the most in women's basketball history. "The fact that I tied Pat Summitt's record puts you in the category of the greatest women's basketball coach that ever lived," Auriemma said. "I'm just thrilled for our seniors. This team accomplished an amazing feat this last month." It might not take long for Auriemma to pass Summitt, not with the way Stewart and the rest of his Huskies played. His prized freshman was unstop ...
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Joah Spearman: X Games Style: All Grown Up & Going Global
Huffington Post - over 4 years
In case you missed this year's Summer X Games in Los Angeles, here's the short rundown: snowboard-skate star Shaun White didn't compete, moto-turned-rallycar favorite Travis Pastrana didn't win, Jamie Bestwick six-peated with gold in BMX vert, Paul Rodriguez won his fourth gold medal in skate street and Ronnie Renner set a record with a 47-foot jump to take home the top prize in the Sony Moto Step Up competition. Ryan Sheckler kick-flips his way to a silver medal in the skate street competition. All photos courtesy of Niraj Rai But chances are, this information is way over your head unless you're a super fan. And that's OK because the real story of Summer X this year wasn't about the athletes, competitions or tricks. The headline of this year's Games was the fact that this year -- X Games' 18th -- marked the end of the adolescent phase for ESPN's action sports juggernaut. X Games is no longer a teenage-only, black T-shirt-wearing, logo-all-over-my-clothes event for bo ...
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Lisa Leslie: The First Daughter of Title IX
Huffington Post Sports - over 4 years
I always get asked about the 101 points because people never believe that I really scored that many point in one half of a game. In every interview, without a doubt, the question comes up. The game was more than two decades ago, when I was in high school. That was the first time I received national attention and appeared in Sports Illustrated. My fellow Capital One Cup advisory board member, ESPN's Rece Davis, recently brought up the 101-point game, saying: "... in terms of competition, you have to remember, when you and I were growing up, it would take a truly extraordinary women's competitor to catch the nation's attention." Title IX changed that. Title IX was signed on June 23, 1972. I was born two weeks later. Some have called me the "First Daughter of Title IX." But there are many of us who are celebrating 40th birthdays this year along with the amendment, including Mia Hamm and Summer Sanders. Together we're of a generation of female athletes who kept our hea ...
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POLL: Have You Paid An Amenities Fee For Your Home?
Back Bay Patch - almost 5 years
Massachusetts law is pretty clear on amenities fees.  It says that, "At or prior to the commencement of any tenancy" a renter can't be required to pay more than first and last month's rent, a security deposit equivalent to the first month's rent, and "the purchase and installation cost for a key and lock." According to a story on UniversalHub, when plaintiff Cheryl Miller moved into her West End apartment, the property managers asked her for a "one-time fee" of $500 to cover the costs of the concierge, freight elevator use, maintenance, and the fitness center, costs the company presumably feels are not adequately funded by her $2,065 monthly rent.   She's suing the company, Equity Residential Management, who rent out 6,000 apartments in Massachusetts, and claiming that the company's combined tenants are owed more than $5 million for illegal amenities fees since 2008.   Plaintiffs in Reading won a very similar lawsuit over illegal amenities fees, and we at Patch are wonderin ...
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Government help not likely for Genesee County flood victims
Connect Mid Michigan - almost 5 years
Flint Township Supervisor Sheryl Miller says according to the county, neither state nor federal funds will be forthcoming for flood victims not only in Flint Township boy across the county
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Star-News/Tribune All-Star Game: Rosters are set!
Whittier Daily News - almost 5 years
9th ANNUAL STAR-NEWS/TRIBUNE ALL-STAR GAME Saturday, April 28 at Damien High Girls game, 4 p.m.; Boys game, 6 p.m. LAST YEAR Boys: Tribune 98, Star-News 87, Star-News leads series, 5-3. Girls: Tribune 80, Star-News 69, Star-News leads series, 5-3. If your name is on the list below all you have to do is show up to practice and ready to play. Your coach/athletic director should have given you the message. If not, e-mail me at miguel.melendez@sgvn.com for all the info or simply read it in the story below. BOYS ALL-STARS COACH: Tim Tucker, Pasadena TEAM Blake Hamilton, Pasadena, Sr. John Haywood, Pasadena, Sr. Dion Nelson, Muir, Sr. Jessy Cantinol, Renaissance Academy, Sr. Vince De Guzman, Renaissance Academy, Sr. Ali Jabalameli, South Pasadena, Sr. Javon Shields, South Pasadena, Sr. Darrell Dansby, La Canada, Sr. Taylor Lagace, Arcadia, Sr. Robby Haines, Arcadia, Sr. Jeffrey Radzwill, Arcadia, Sr. PJ Dunn, Maranatha, Sr. Garren Llorens, Maranatha, Sr. Jeff B ...
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38 Facts About Pat Summitt’s Extraordinary Career
Midwest Sports Fan - almost 5 years
University of Tennessee women’s basketball coach Pat Head Summitt announced her retirement yesterday after an unparalleled 38-year coaching career. Last August, Summitt announced that she had been diagnosed with early-onset Alzheimer’s-type dementia. She continued coaching with the blessing of the university but ceded many of her responsibilities to longtime assistant Holly Warlick. Now, at the age of 59, Summitt will step into a new role as head coach emeritus, and Warlick will take over the Lady Vols basketball program. When the 2012-2013 basketball season begins, for the first time since 1974, Pat Summitt will not be on the sidelines for the University of Tennessee. In honor of Summitt’s 38 years as a head coach, here are 38 facts about her extraordinary career: 1) Summitt, who was then Pat Head, played her college ball at the University of Tennessee-Martin. She began her playing career in 1970, two years before Title IX passed (and several years before its implications ...
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Trinidad & Tobago: Madness in the Ministry
Global Voices - almost 5 years
The curious case of Cheryl Miller, an employee of the Ministry of Ministry of Gender, Youth and Child Development who reportedly got into an argument with a senior official and, as a result, found herself being taken from her place of work to the St. Ann's Psychiatric Hospital despite protests that she is “not mad”, has caused a commotion in the Trinidad and Tobago blogosphere. Political blogger Rholda Bharath, who writes at The Eternal Pantomime, made sure to emphasize the gravity of the incident: The country has been on fire all week in several ways, but the most important issue has been Cheryl Miller. A woman whose story affected many because it hit home just how vulnerable we are to the whims and fancy of any state body that wishes to abuse its power. The ease with which Cheryl Miller was locked up, the ease with which her family were denied their right to their own kin, the ease with which the authorities justified their actions and the ease with which they are now twisting t ...
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Cheryl Miller clarifies TNT comments
The Sacramento Bee - about 5 years
TNT sideline reporter <a class="fplink fp-372475" href="/cheryl+miller+1">Cheryl Miller</a> called and asked to clarify comments that were made about Sacramento's arena situation during Thursday's Kings-OKC broadcast at Power Balance Pavilion. In a first-half interview with Sacramento Mayor <a class="fplink fp-827819" href="/kevin+johnson+1">Kevin Johnson</a>, the former WNBA and...
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Got a pick for Oct. 6? - London Free Press (blog)
Google News - over 5 years
Locally, there are two really interesting races, with Liberal Health Minister Deb Matthews seeking re-election against Nancy Branscombe in London North Centre and Liberal Khalil Ramal up against ex-city councillor Cheryl Miller in London Fanshawe
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Mercury clinches 2011 playoff berth - SportsPageMagazine.com
Google News - over 5 years
Earlier this week Head Coach Corey Gaines surpassed Cheryl Miller as the all-time winningest coach in Mercury franchise history. He already has more postseason wins than any other coach in franchise history and this season will mark his third trip to
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Steve Carson's "Outdoors": Saturday is "License Free" fishing day - Enterprise-Record
Google News - over 5 years
Final results: Wayne Chaney- 11.84 pounds total; Butch Maciel- 9.68; Todd Murray- 7.29; Jason Maciel- 6.14; Lee Willis- 5.36; Cheryl Miller- 5.35; Big Fish- Butch Maciel (3.61 pound smallmouth). The club&#39;s next meeting will be at 7:30 PM on Wednesday
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Central Jersey Home Sales - MyCentralJersey.com
Google News - over 5 years
Residence at 626 Fairview Ave to Ryan Kosinski and Cheryl Miller from Joe Alaburda. $174500. Residence at 68 Lakeside Dr S to Lewis Morales and Maureen Morales from Gerald Zukowski. $300000. Residence at 7 Dahlia Ct to Tejaskumar Jhaveri and Snehal
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Cheryl Miller
    FIFTIES
  • 2014
    Age 50
    On April 30, 2014, she was named the women's basketball coach at Langston University by athletic director Mike Garrett.
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  • FORTIES
  • 2010
    Age 46
    On August 20, 2010, Miller was also inducted into the FIBA Hall of Fame for her success in international play.
    More Details Hide Details She is the sister of retired National Basketball Association (NBA) Hall of Famer Reggie Miller and former Major League Baseball catcher Darrell Miller. 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.
  • 2008
    Age 44
    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.
    More Details Hide Details 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). 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.
  • THIRTIES
  • 2000
    Age 36
    She resigned after the 2000 season, citing fatigue.
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  • 1998
    Age 34
    In 1998, Miller coached the Mercury to a 16–12 record and to the WNBA Finals, where her team lost to the Houston Comets.
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  • TWENTIES
  • 1986
    Age 22
    From 1986 to 1991, she worked as an assistant coach at USC and as a Television Sportscaster.
    More Details Hide Details 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. "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."
    After graduating from USC in 1986, she was drafted by several professional basketball leagues, including the United States Basketball League, a men's league.
    More Details Hide Details However, in the late 1980s, Miller suffered knee injuries that prevented her from continuing her playing career.
    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.
    More Details Hide Details 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.
    Miller was selected to represent the USA at the inaugural Goodwill games, held in Moscow in July 1986.
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  • 1984
    Age 20
    In 1984, the USA sent its National team to the 1984 William Jones Cup competition in Taipei, Taiwan, for pre-Olympic practice.
    More Details Hide Details 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. 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.
  • TEENAGE
  • 1983
    Age 19
    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.
    More Details Hide Details 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.
    Miller played for the USA National team in the 1983 World Championships, held in Sao Paulo, Brazil.
    More Details Hide Details 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.
  • 1981
    Age 17
    She was awarded the Dial Award for the national high-school scholar-athlete of the year in 1981.
    More Details Hide Details She was the first player, male or female, to be named an All-American by Parade magazine four times. Averaging 32.8 points and 15. 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. She set California state records for points scored in a single season (1156), and points scored in a high school career (3405). 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. 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.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1964
    Age 0
    Born on January 3, 1964.
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