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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.


Dan Klores

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Episode credited cast:
Reggie Miller ... Reggie Miller
Cheryl Miller Cheryl Miller ... Cheryl Miller
Spike Lee ... Spike Lee
Patrick Ewing ... Patrick Ewing
Donnie Walsh Donnie Walsh ... Donnie Walsh
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Marv Albert ... Marv Albert
Steve Alford Steve Alford ... Himself (archive footage)
Woody Allen ... Himself (archive footage)
Greg Anthony Greg Anthony ... Greg Anthony
Bill Benner Bill Benner ... Bill Benner
Ira Berkow ... Ira Berkow
Mark Boyle Mark Boyle ... Mark Boyle
Larry Brown ... Larry Brown
Mel Daniels Mel Daniels ... Mel Daniels
Antonio Davis Antonio Davis ... Antionio


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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14 March 2010 (USA) See more »

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Well Told Story. Our wounds still bleed.
13 April 2015 | by denvermediaSee all my reviews

Like every middle aged New Yorker, I remember the game like it was yesterday. We didn't hate the Pacers. We didn't hate Reggie. But when he was on, he made us so damn angry- angry at everything, downright ornery. It hit a passion point that we didn't as sports fans know existed.

The documentary managed to turn about 8 seconds of game time into a well told hour-ish story. The story of how two sports teams represented the feelings of their entire city for multiple post season series igniting such passion, did what a good documentary should do- evoke emotion.

I mentioned the game to my family last week and everyone got so angry- instantly! Each version was slightly different but it was all about two words- Reggie Miller. Maybe it was 8 points maybe 12, maybe 9 seconds maybe less, but it was so personal to each person and clearly an open wound- 20 years later!!! I told them to watch this documentary.

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