Ewing dominated the Pacers in Game Seven of the 1994 Eastern Conference Finals, leading the Knicks to their first NBA Finals appearance in more than two decades.
Ewing played 44 minutes, shot 10-for-23 on his way to a team-high 24 points, and absolutely owned the paint with 22 rebounds and five blocks. He even dished out seven assists. Ewing's put-back with 26.9 seconds left in the game is one of the best moments in franchise history.
Quite simply, it was one of the greatest Game Seven performances the league has ever seen. Happy birthday #33!
-- Brian Faith