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It may not be a pleasant memory for New Yorkers, but considering the way Reggie Miller's feuds with the Knicks and No. 1 fan Spike Lee infiltrated pop culture, it has to be considered a city legend. At the height of the Knicks-Pacers rivalry of the 1990s, Miller delivered the dagger. The Knicks held a 105-99 lead with less than 20 seconds left before Miller stunned the crowd at Madison Square Garden by pouring in an incredible 8 points (including back-to-back threes) in a span of 8.9 seconds to bury New York in Game 1. Miller scored 31 points in all, earning him the nickname "The Knick Killer."

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Text: Abe Schwadron, SI.com
Photo: AP

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