Doc hopes to create new MSG karma

His bitter memories of '93 playoff loss to Bulls can be erased by only one thing

Updated: April 22, 2011, 3:42 PM ET
By Chris Forsberg | ESPNBoston.com

WALTHAM, Mass. -- Doc Rivers set the final sequence into motion, then stood as a helpless observer for maybe the seven most excruciating seconds of his career.

It was June 2, 1993, Game 5 of the Eastern Conference finals. Incensed by some of the New York tabloid headlines, Michael Jordan had just produced a 54-point performance a game earlier as the Chicago Bulls evened their series with the Knicks as the series shifted back to Madison Square Garden, where the Knicks hadn't lost ...

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