Ticket Special: Reggie Returns to Announce Pacers-Knicks Game

by Jeff Tzucker

Reggie Returns for Pacers-Knicks Game

Tickets only $31 in the Krieg DeVault Club Level

January 9, 2013

Note: This offer ended at Noon EST on January 10, 2013. Good seats at the regular price are still available for the Pacers-Knicks game. Find Tickets »

The Pacers return to action on Thursday, Jan. 10, when Carmelo Anthony and the New York Knicks visit Bankers Life Fieldhouse for the first time this season.

The Pacers-Knicks rivalry began in 1993 and quickly became one of the most heated in NBA history. The two teams met in the playoffs six times in the next seven years, capturing the imagination of the public and was epitomized by a feud between Reggie Miller and Spike Lee. The back-and-forth rivalry culminated with the Pacers beating the Knicks in 2000 to advance to the NBA Finals.

In honor of the rivalry and Reggie Miller visiting Indianapolis to announce the game on TV, the Pacers are offering Pacers-Knicks Balcony Level tickets starting at $8. The prices reflect Miller's improbable 8 points in 8.9 seconds to beat the Knicks in New York City in the 1995 playoffs, 107-105.

As an additional special offer, the Krieg DeVault Club Level is priced at $31 for Miller's jersey number 31.

Tickets can be purchased at Pacers.com/tickets starting at noon ET on Wednesday, Jan. 9. The offer is only available for 24 hours or until tickets allocated to the promotion are no longer available. Tickets are limited and subject to availability. A 6% Marion County Admissions Tax will be added at purchase. When purchasing online, bypass the Will Call lines by selecting TicketFast and printing your tickets at home or work at no additional cost.