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Knicks fans serenade Reggie Miller with 'F--k You' chants

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As the New York Knicks put the finishing touches on a 130-121 Game 2 win over the Indiana Pacers, the Garden faithful turned their attention to an old enemy.

Pacers legend Reggie Miller was courtside and calling the contest for TNT, and he was showered with "Fuck You" chants during the final minute of play as Jalen Brunson attempted a pair of free throws.

If the deafening chant wasn't clear enough, Knicks wing Josh Hart relayed the message to Miller for good measure.

Miller dealt New York its share of playoff misery over his decorated playing career, including a 25-point, fourth-quarter performance in Game 5 of the 1994 Eastern Conference finals in which he talked trash with Knicks superfan Spike Lee.

But it appears the two are letting bygones be bygones, as Lee greeted Miller with a pair of old New York newspaper clippings that blamed the Academy Award-winning director for the Hall of Famer's heroics against the Knicks.

The second-round series now shifts to Indiana on Friday, with New York up 2-0.

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