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Reggie Miller rescued the Pacers in Game 5 with a playoff career-high 41 points. AP
Miller rallies Indiana past Milwaukee
Indiana may have had the best record in the East, but the Milwaukee Bucks gave the Pacers all they could handle in the first round of the playoffs. In a heart-stopping Game 5, Reggie Miller scored a playoff career-high 41 points as Indiana snuffed out a Bucks' upset bid in the fourth quarter and advanced with a 96-95 win.
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||Bucks stay alive by routing Pacers at home|
Milwaukee shot 64 percent en route to winning Game 4 and sending the series back to Indiana.
||Pacers regain control with 109-96 win over Bucks|
Reggie Miller's 34 points included 16 in the third quarter as Indiana erased a 12-point deficit.
||Indiana's Smits suspended one game for flagrant elbow|
Rik Smits committed the foul against Milwaukee's Ervin Johnson on Thursday.
||Bucks shoot down Pacers|
Milwaukee evened its series with Indiana by toppling the Pacers 104-91 in a physical battle.
||Pacers deny Milwaukee in Game 1|
Jalen Rose scored 26 points and helped clinch the Pacers' 88-85 win over the Bucks.
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