Game: Pacers @ Lakers, Game 1 NBA Finals
Date: 6/7/2000
Key stats: 1-16 FG, 2 TRB, 4 AST
Lowlights (if available): YouTube

We all know Reggie Miller was a superstar player with the Indiana Pacers; his 2012 induction into the Hall of Fame proved as much. However, his Game 1 performance against the Los Angeles Lakers during the 2000 NBA Finals left much to be desired when Miller went a less-than-stellar 1-16 on his shot attempts. Miller started out by missing all of his shots in the first quarter, and the Lakers opened up a 15-point lead.

In fact, Miller didn't make his first FG until the third quarter, and it was primarily Indiana's point guard Mark Jackson who shouldered the load for the Pacers during the game. At the conclusion, the Pacers fell 104-87 against Los Angeles, and would eventually lose the series 4-2. If Miller had been able to show up in this game, who knows what could've happened?