Just about every NBA fan knows exactly what this slide is about just from the words eight points, nine seconds.
Of course, it is in reference to Game 1 of the 1995 playoff series between the Pacers and Knicks, one in which Reggie won the game by scoring eight points within nine seconds at the end of the game.
How did it happen you ask? Let me explain.
First, Reggie hits a three-pointer with 16.4 seconds left. He then steals the inbound pass, after a questionable push to a Knicks player and steps behind the three-point line for another three.
At that point, John Starks is fouled for some reason, but manages to miss both free throws. Patrick Ewing gets the rebound, but bricks his next shot and Reggie gets the rebound.
Then, for some unknown reason, the Knicks foul Miller and send him to the line. He calmly steps up and knocks down both to win the game.
That series of plays has to be the most amazing end to a game possible. So many things had to go right, and Reggie had to play so well to make it happen. I still am shocked after watching it 100 times.