Reggie Miller really didn’t want to be part of “The Last Dance.”

He really didn’t want to watch the documentary’s debut.

All that reluctance had a simple source.

“I lived it,” the Indiana Pacers legend said Monday on the “Dan Patrick Show.”

“It brought back a lot of the good and bad memories of going against that dude,” Miller said of Michael Jordan, the focus of the ESPN documentary that debuted Sunday night.

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Miller said he became enraged when the Chicago Bulls visited Market Square Arena in the early 1990s.

The Bulls had begun their reign of six NBA championships in eight years, and the Pacers were still struggling to make the playoffs.

Reggie was asked what he’d do if he ran into Michael. 

He gave a pretty honest answer. 

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