Spike Lee has a long and well-documented history against the Indiana Pacers.The New York Knicks superfan has been tormenting the Pacers organization ever since the early 1990s when the two teams saw each other in the playoffs on multiple occasions. Every one of those meetings turned out to be epic, and despite sitting in the stands, Lee played a role in several of them.Now, in 2013...
Spike Lee is too old for this.
I know he is a superfan (unofficial mascot) for the Knicks, but he was really going to try to sit behind the Pacers bench to heckle them?
Spike Lee reportedly offered $40K for four tickets next to Pacers bench for tonight’s game, but seat owner Stewart Reed turned him down
— Mike Wells (@MikeWellsNBA) May 11, 2013
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Tuesday night was the anniversary of a fourth quarter that Knicks fans will never forget. It was the anniversary of a spectacular finish by former Pacers guard Reggie Miller in the 1994-95 NBA playoffs, when Miller scored 8 points in 8.9 seconds in a comeback win over the Knicks. The Pacers went on to win the best-of-seven series in seven games.
The event ignited a decades-long feud...
Before the start of game two between the New York Knicks/Indiana Pacers game on Tuesday night, TNT/NBATV analyst Reggie Miller was doing a stand-up at Madison Square Garden when a pretty hilarious thing happened behind him.
Watch as famed Knicks fan Spike Lee walks behind Reggie and provides one of the more epic videobombs that we’ve posted on this website.
We’ll outside of anything...
Is that Spike Lee or an ugly carrot in the back?
Spike Lee clearly didn't agree with a call made by official Zach Zarba during the fourth quarter of the Knicks' 110-106 loss to the Bulls on Friday. He showed it by burning a figurative hole through the soul of Zarba and concluded with a subtle head shake.Priceless.Via Cosby Sweaters.
Spike Lee is arguably the most famous Knicks fan in America, yet he hails from Brooklyn. Will he root for the Nets now that they have moved?
Mike Tyson and Spike Lee were guests on the “Today” show Tuesday to promote their new Broadway show “Mike Tyson: Undisputed Truth.” Tyson was full of the same crazy energy and wacko charisma that has made his one-man show successful, and he got particularly animated when explaining why he became a vegan (3:40 mark in the video).
According to Tyson, he was sick of his life...
With the Knicks out of town, Spike Lee is attending the Northeast Conference championship game at Long Island University in Brooklyn.
Lee, who grew up in Brooklyn, strolled into the Wellness, Recreation and Athletic Center about 30 minutes before tip-off between the Blackbirds and Robert Morris. The winner earns an NCAA tournament bid.
Wearing a Knicks baseball cap, an orange hooded...
Via AP on Fox
March 07, 2012
It’s no secret that Spike Lee is a New York Knicks fan. I don’t know where he got this amazing Jeremy Lin t-shirt but it’s awesome. It shows Jeremy Lin in hipster glasses with his hat brim pulled up that says “BAL#!LIN” on it. The giant gold cross around Spike Lee’s neck definitely makes it even more awesome.