Spike video bombs Miller at MSG

It took only 18 years to the day, but it finally happened. Spike

Lee got the better of Reggie Miller.

But before we go forward, here’s a refresher on how this all

began. With the Knicks clinging to a 105-99 lead with 18.7 seconds

left in Game 1 of the 1995 Eastern Conference semifinals, Miller

nailed a 3 to cut the deficit to three with 16.4 left.

Then

it happened. Miller stole the ensuing inbounds, dribbled

behind the arc and canned another 3 to tie the score and stun the

MSG crowd. After two missed free throws by John Starks, Miller made

two free throws to give the Pacers a 107-105 lead, which was the

eventual result. Take a look for yourself.

Fast forward to Tuesday night. The Pacers were back in the

Garden for Game 2 of the Eastern Conference semifinals. The Knicks

routed Indiana

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to tie the series and give Spike some bragging rights over

Miller, who was at MSG as part of the TV broadcast.

Then Spike got the last laugh (at least for this night). As

Miller was doing some halftime analysis, Spike snuck in and got the

drop of Miller. Check it out.

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And to top off Spike’s night, he even made

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