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Four Years On, THE Game Is Still Remembered

It wouldn't be Indiana-New Jersey without tight games, tight nerves and one overriding memory: May 2, 2002. It was that game, the Nets' double-overtime win over the Pacers, that established the Jason Kidd-era Nets as legitimate. Of the Nets, only Kidd, Richard Jefferson and Jason Collins remain. Jermaine O'Neal, Austin Croshere, Jeff Foster and Jamal Tinsley played back then for the Pacers...and Anthony Johnson, of course, played for the Nets. Rod Thorn remembers Reggie and his own liquefied knees.