On the subject of double-overtime, first-round magic, surely Spurs fans will cite San Antonio's win over Phoenix in Game 1 of the '08 first round. That would've been a worthy choice for this spot, but we'll go with a decisive game from the Pacers-Nets series -- which prompted a rule change. Reggie Miller banked in an improbable (even for him) game-tying turnaround 39-foot three-pointer at the buzzer (after the buzzer, in fact, but the shot stood in the days before instant replay) of regulation and then forced a second OT with a surprising two-handed dunk. The Nets prevailed behind Jason Kidd's 31 points. Two months later, the league instituted instant replay.