Michael Jordan or Reggie Miller: Bigger Knick Killer of the 1990s?

March 2nd, 2010 by Mike A Leave a reply »
The 1990s featured some of the greatest New York Knicks teams that we have ever seen. Year in and year out, they went to the playoffs only to be disappointed by some of the greatest performances in NBA playoff history, courtesy of two of the most clutch performers in NBA history.

Michael Jordan and Reggie Miller.

If you utter either of these players' names in Manhattan, you better have some brass knuckles in your pocket.

To this day most Knicks fans still swear that Michael Jordan did not score 55 points in his first game at Madison Square Garden since retiring, and others still deny that Reggie Miller really scored eight points in 8.9 seconds back in game one of the Eastern Conference semifinals.

So with images of disappointment still stuck in every New Yorker's memory, I will start a debate that no other Knick fan has had the heart to ever even bring up. My question is one that dates back to events years ago. My question is...

Who killed Knick teams more in the 1990s and kept us from championship glory, Reggie Miller or Michael Jordan?

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