INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) - Eighteen years ago Tuesday, Reggie Miller gave Pacer fans their most memorable moment: Eight points in nine seconds to rally Indiana past the stunned Knicks in a 1995 playoff game at Madison Square Garden.
Miller will be in the building and on the call when the teams meet again in game two of their playoff series Tuesday night.
"It's a special day," said Paul George. "That means we'll have to play even better. It was a great moment, but I think I can do it!"
George HIll, an Indianapolis native, says he remembers that his team won.
"Everybody thinks they can do it, even Roy probably thinks he can, but it's very tough. Hats off to Reggie for what he means to our organization."
David West remembers all too well.
"I wasn't too happy about it because I was a Knicks fan back then, but it was amazing."
Coach Frank Vogel thinks it can be done again.
"For sure, but is there anyone on this team that can do it? Probably eight points in nine seconds from three different players combined." Spoken like a head coach.
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