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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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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
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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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USA

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English

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14 March 2010 (USA) See more »

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ESPN Films See more »
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Goofs

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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Reggie Miller: At home with arguably the greatest female basketball player right down the hall, you couldn't win. You couldn't win!
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Features SportsCenter (1979) See more »

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VERY well done... and original
28 August 2012 | by TheRadioStarSee all my reviews

Speaking as a New yorker, and a Knicks fan of the 2nd generation, I don't remember the '69 or '73 Knicks reign... My father does. I've only heard stories. What I remember is the bitter sweet (mostly bitter) 1993-94 NY Knicks. Their amazing season, and (bitter)trip to the finals. It shook my goddam world as a kid... just before my teens. I've seen some of this directors other Doc's before, and they were fairly decent. Not exactly Ken Burns. But when I saw that he made this film, I was shocked. I couldn't believe it... And I certainly didn't think it was going to be as entertaining as it was. To say the least, this film gave me chills. Flashbacks. Cringing memories... like embarrassing moments of childhood... yet such excitement. But, most of all, what this film did was it brought me back in time. Which is, in a sense, what most good documentaries are all about.

10 stars from a die hard Knick and NBA fan. Hopefully the future of these 2 teams will be brighter.


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