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While it's difficult to single out his most memorable season in Indiana, Miller's 1995 season culminated in the most astonishing in-game events I've ever seen in person.
After averaging 21.5 points and 2.6 made three-point field goals on 41 percent from downtown throughout the regular season, Miller helped the Pacers advance to the seventh game of the Eastern Conference Finals.
But on the way, Miller found it necessary to bruise my childhood with one quick shot to the gut. It was the second round: Game 1 at Madison Square Garden.
Down six with 18 seconds left, Miller nailed a three, hypnotized Anthony Mason into throwing him the inbound pass, stole the ball, dribbled behind the arc and hit another trey. After a failed Knick possession, Miller got fouled and nailed two game-winning free throws, capping off an eight-point-in-nine-second run.
That season, and those nine seconds, will haunt my dreams forever.