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My time: Reggie Miller shoved his way past the Knicks into the NBA Finals for the first time with a game-high 34 points. AP
Pacers put away Knicks, move on to Finals
They say patience is a virtue, and the Indiana Pacers have certainly endured their share of playoff frustration in the Eastern Conference finals. But thanks to 34 points from Reggie Miller, Indiana got past the roadblock known as the New York Knicks in Game 6 Friday night. Miller had 17 points in the fourth quarter to lead the Pacers to a 93-80 victory and their first ever appearance in the NBA Finals.
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Pacers-Knicks Game Summary
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Game 5 didn't start very well for the Indiana Pacers, but it ended very much to their liking.
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Larry Johnson had plenty of opportunities to flash his "Big L" sign on Monday.
||Knicks bounce back to win Game 3 at the Garden|
Latrell Sprewell and Allan Houston kept the Knicks out of a 3-0 series hole in the Game 3 win.
||Pacers rally past Knicks to go up 2-0|
Indiana scored the last six points of the game to down New York 88-84 in Game 2 of the East Finals.
||Pacers lead Knicks wire-to-wire to take Game 1|
Austin Croshere's career playoff high of 22 points helped Indiana defeat New York in Game 1.