By ESPNSTAR.com staff
Miller joins his sister Cheryl, who was inducted in 1995, to become the first brother-sister pair in the Springfield shrine.
"I just so happened to live across the hall from absolutely, positively the greatest women's basketball player ever," Miller said.
"I'm proud to say I am not on this stage if it wasn't for you, Cheryl Deann. We rode your shoulders all the way here. So thank you for your help."
Miller retired in 2005 as the most prolific 3-point shooter in NBA history with 2,560 made in his career - a record which stood until Ray Allen surpassed it in 2011.
However, Miller's most famous moment came in the post-season where he scored eight points in 8.9 seconds against the New York Knicks in 1995. At Friday's Hall of Fame ceremony, Miller finally admitted that he shoved his defender Greg Anthony to steal the ball which allowed him to set up the second of his back-to-back 3-pointers in that 1995 incident with the Knicks.
"Like Magic [Johnson] said, 'By any means necessary,"' Miller said, adding that he also pushed Michael Jordan in the 1998 playoffs.
"Yeah, Michael, I did shove you, too. But I've seen you do it so many times to so many players, so I figured it was OK."
Miller led Friday's induction of the 12-person class of 2012 into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame. Other notable names honoured was Don Nelson, the winningest coach in NBA history.