The Knick Killer

This is for my Dad: The Knick Killer. It’s all about how Reggie Miller used to drive the Knicks (and Spike Lee, and the whole city of New York) crazy. We Pacers fans loved it.

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  1. What can I say….Reggie was the man.

  2. Over-rated. Clap, clap, clap-clap-clap… 🙂

    People tend to forget that the Pacers lost Game 7 after the Spike game, so not much Knick-killing happening, even in Reggie’s signature moment (since eclipsed by T-Mac.)

    And, as various commenters pointed out, the real Knicks killers are Michael Jordan, Charles Smith (the ’93 layup fiasco), John Starks (2-18, 0-10 in the 4th, in the 1994 Finals Game 7), and Isiah Thomas (as GM).

    Admittedly, Reggie Miller was a great 3-point shooter if the rest of the team set him two or three screens. But even Ray Allen has his number in that department these days.

  3. Haha, I knew Kevin would get sucked in by that. 🙂

    And yeah, people pointed out that “Knick Killer” was perhaps a misnomer when it came to Reggie. He did seem to get y’all riled up like no one else though!

    My favorite comments were actually about how Cheryl was such a better basketball player than him (compared to her competitors). Scoring 100+ points in a high school game? That’s crazy.

  4. hey I met him once.

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