Reggie Miller Scores 25 Points in 4th Quarter ‑ June 1, 1994
1 / 8June 1, 1994 marked one of one of the greatest playoff performances in Hall-of-Famer Reggie Miller's storied career. The Pacers trailed the New York Knicks by 12 points heading into the fourth quarter of Game 5 of the 1994 Eastern Conference Finals at Madison Square Garden. But the fourth quarter was "Miller Time," and Reggie hit a flurry of shots that hushed the sold-out crowd at Madison Square Garden. Miller scored 25 points in the final period and memorably taunted Knicks fan Spike Lee. As a team, Indiana outscored New York 35-16 in the fourth quarter to leave the Big Apple with a 93-86 win and a 3-2 series lead. Unfortunately for the Pacers, the Knicks would rally to win the next two games and advance to the NBA Finals, but Miller's magical performance in Game 5 helped cement his legacy as one of the league's all-time great clutch performers.