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It was one of the most remarkable moments in Indiana Pacers history -- Reggie Miller breaking the hearts of the New York Knicks in the 1995 NBA playoffs with eight points in nine seconds. With this single moment in time, Miller proved just how clutch he can be when a game was on the line. Though many Knicks fans will point to the face Miller pushed off on John Starks to open up space for him to knock down one of his three's, later he would later admit he in fact did. Regardless, these nine seconds would go on to live in infamy in both Knicks and Pacers history. Did he just did that? Indeed he did. Share your Pacers memories with us in the comments below or on Twitter by using the hashtag #PacersDay. [follow]
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