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Winning Time: Reggie Miller vs. The New York Knicks 

A film that explores the rivalry between the Indiana Pacers and New York as seen through the eyes and actions of Reggie Miller star player of the Indiana Pacers.

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A film that explores the rivalry between the Indiana Pacers and New York as seen through the eyes and actions of Reggie Miller star player of the Indiana Pacers.

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While discussing the hatred directed at him by fans of the Indiana Pacers, Spike Lee says "What you have to understand about Indiana is that it was the birthplace of the Ku Klux Klan - the KKK." The Ku Klux Klan has been officially founded and disbanded twice, once in Pulaski, Tennessee and once in Atlanta, Georgia. It did not appear in Indiana until 1915, fifty years after its foundation. See more »

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Cheryl Miller: my father always said, you don't start the fight but you end it.
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The Saga of Two Classic NBA Squads Who Were Quite Different But Also Very Much the Same
30 January 2012 | by (Bradenton, FL) – See all my reviews

A sentimental look back on the storied rivalry between two perennial NBA bridesmaids, with a special focus on Reggie Miller, John Starks and Spike Lee. Fans of either team, or of the league as a whole, in the mid 1990s should enjoy the trip down memory lane in what was an annual rivalry so dramatic it belongs on film. In-depth interviews with every starter, plus team and media personalities, add fantastic new depth to the story and the backgrounds of its major players, giving the entire three-year arc a variety of competing perspectives and motivations. Hoosiers will find plenty to loathe in Lee's thinly-veiled accusations of racism in the stands, while New Yorkers will seethe at the words and actions of Miller, arrogant in the midst of breaking so many hearts. Detailed, unflinching and unbiased, it's an excellent document of an electrifying time for both fanbases.


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