The Indiana Pacers & New York Knicks will renewal their rivalry from the 90's (especially in the playoffs). From 1993 to 2000, the Pacers & Knicks met 6 times in the playoffs and they were good ones. Hopefully this version lives up to how it was back in those days, just physical play all-around with a lot of chippiness and I think it will. Can't wait for this series to get started and hopefully it goes 7 games.
I don't think this will come close to the rivalry of the 90's, with the likes of Reggie Miller, the Davis boys, Anthony Mason and Ewing. The Pacers are clearly the better defense/physical team, but hopefully its a good series.
All I know is if Granger steps out of the spotlight, it may be the revenge of Reggie Miller.
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