Pacers Greatest Games Highlights

PACERS GREATEST GAMES HIGHLIGHTS

April 29, 1987
NBA Rookie of the Year Chuck Person scores 23 points with 17 rebounds and seven assists to carry the Pacers to a 96-87 victory over Dominique Wilkins and the Atlanta Hawks in Game 3 of a first-round series, the first NBA postseason victory in franchise history.


April 28, 1994
Byron Scott's jumper, the shot that started it all, completes a comeback from a 17-point deficit to beat heavily favored Orlando in Game 1 of the first round matchup, propelling the Pacers to their first NBA playoff series victory.


June 1, 1994
Reggie Miller scores 25 points in the fourth quarter against the Knicks in Game 5 of the Eastern Conference Finals to lift the Pacers to a 93-86 victory in Madison Square Garden and a 3-2 series lead.


May 7, 1995
Reggie Miller scores eight points in the final 8.9 seconds to rock the Garden and shock the Knicks, 107-105, in Game 1 of the Eastern Conference semifinals.


May 29, 1995
Rik Smits' last-second jumper, dubbed the "Memorial Day Miracle," caps an astonishing back-and-forth finish as the Pacers stun Orlando 94-93 to win Game 4 of the Eastern Conference Finals.


May 25, 1998
Reggie Miller beats Michael Jordan for a game-winning 3-pointer as the Pacers beat the Bulls 96-94 to tie the Eastern Conference Finals at 2-2.


May 4, 2000
Dale Davis' offensive rebound leads to Travis Best's game-winner as the Pacers stave off first-round elimination to beat Milwaukee 96-95, beginning their run to the NBA Finals.


June 2, 2000
Finally breaking through against their most bitter rivals, the Pacers beat New York 93-80 to close out the Eastern Conference Finals and advance to the NBA Finals for the first time in franchise history.


June 16, 2000
Jalen Rose scores 32 and Reggie Miller 25 as the Pacers blow out the mighty Lakers 120-87 in Game 5 of the NBA Finals in Conseco Fieldhouse.


May 2, 2002
Reggie Miller's 39-foot turnaround jumper forces the first overtime, and then his dunk forces the second as the Pacers push the top-seeded Nets to double-overtime in Game 5 of a first-round series.