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Before the start of game two between the New York Knicks/Indiana Pacers game on Tuesday night, TNT/NBATV analyst Reggie Miller was doing a stand-up at Madison Square Garden when a pretty hilarious thing happened behind him.
Watch as famed Knicks fan Spike Lee walks behind Reggie and provides one of the more epic videobombs that we’ve posted on this website.
We’ll outside of anything that Chris Bosh has done at least:
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Spike Lee picked a perfect day to videobomb Reggie Miller. On the 18th anniversary of Reggie Miller famously scoring 8 points in 9 seconds against the Knicks, Spike finally got a little payback. Check out the playful videobomb that Spike hit Reggie with. Here is the famous finish in 1995. [Bleacher Report] Article found on: Next Impulse Sports
Director (and famous New York Knicks fan) Spike Lee dropped a nice videobomb on TNT NBA analyst (and former Indiana Pacers star) Reggie Miller at Madison Square Garden before Tuesday night's Game 2 of the Eastern Conference playoff game between the Knicks and Pacers.
GIF via @BleacherReport. H/T NIS.
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The Pacers may not have had Winning Time Tuesday night at Madison Square Garden, but they still had Reggie Miller.
Miller, now an analyst for TNT, was back to torment New York one more time Tuesday — on the 18th anniversary of the night he scored eight points in 8.9 seconds to beat the Knicks in the playoffs, no less. With Miller wearing a headset instead of outplaying John Starks...
Tuesday is the 18th anniversary of Reggie Miller’s 8 points in 9 seconds game – Reggie Miller is calling Game 2 of the Indiana Pacers – New York Knicks Eastern Conference semifinals matchup – Spike Lee – notorious Knicks’ fan – videobombs Miller on camera. Spike had his own version of justice on this day. [...]The post Spike Lee Videobombs Reggie Miller (GIF) appeared...
On the night in which Reggie Miller made his return to Madison Square Garden to do Game 2 of the Pacers-Knicks series for TNT, we were given one more classic moment involving Miller and Spike Lee -- even though Reggie had no knowledge of his involvement in said moment.
On the 18th anniversary of Miller scoring eight points in less than nine seconds to lead Indiana over New...
Last night was the 18th anniversary of Reggie Miller’s infamous “8 points in 9 seconds” and he happened to be on hand at the scene of the crime calling the Knicks/Pacers game two.
As the game got to its blowout stages, Knicks fans decided to showering their former archnemises with chants of “Reggie Sucks…Reggie Sucks”:
Stay Classy, Knicks Fans!
Knicks Fans chant...
It’s a relationship that dates back almost twenty years, and first started when Reggie Miller scored 8 points in the final 18.7 seconds with the Pacers downing the Knicks and Spike Lee during Game 1 of the 1995 Eastern Conference Finals at Madison Square Garden. With Reggie reporting for TNT Tuesday night, Spike got a little payback in his Orange and Blue Knicks outfit.
This videobomb by New York Knicks super fan Spike Lee is particularly creepy, considering his past with the victim Reggie Miller. Miller had a rather eventful night it wold seem as he was also taunted by the fans at Madison Square Garden.
Check out the videobomb here:
H/T to the Basketball Jones for the video.
Derrick Rose is wondering how he did that, only bad thing about the Dunk is Reggie Miller doing the commentary.
Is that Spike Lee or an ugly carrot in the back?
Spike Lee videobombs Reggie Miller, who was in New York as part of the Knicks-Pacers Game 2 broadcast crew.
Eighteen years later, the Pacers could have used Reggie Miller.
The guy who broke Knicks fans' hearts so many times was back in Madison Square Garden again Tuesday night, exactly 18 years after his most memorable performance . But he was working as a TNT analyst, not as a cold-blooded sharpshooter, for Game 2 of the Eastern Conference semifinals.
So this time there was nothing...
This season has been full of “first time since” moments for the Knicks and their fans, and they accomplished something else new when they put up 105 points on the Pacers in a win on Tuesday night. Usually, scoring that much wouldn’t be a big deal because teams drop 100 on a nightly basis, even in the postseason. Well, it is a big deal in New York, where fans haven’t seen...