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Indiana State will erect a 15-foot bronze statue in honor of Larry Bird.
That’s right folks! The Indiana State campus will finally honor the legend that put their tiny college on that map some 30 plus years ago. French Lick and Terre Haute Indiana were put on the World map during the 1978-79 basketball season, when Larry Bird vaulted his unknown state university to first in the nation. [...]
Larry “Legend” will be IMMORTALIZED yet AGAIN with ANOTHER statue and DESERVEDLY so. According to our friends over at CLNS Radio, the Larry Bird effigy will be unveiled during the fall of 2013 at his Alma mater of Indiana State.
A great honor of a man who put the school on the map in 1979.
Sculptor Bill Wolfe said he wants to make sure Bird’s statue is taller than those...
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Indiana State is moving ahead with plans for a 15-foot bronze statue honoring Larry Bird for his playing days with the Sycamores.
A statue has been discussed for several years, but officials now expect to dedicate it in the fall of 2013 at the school’s Hulman Center arena, the Tribune-Star of Terre Haute reported Tuesday.
Sculptor Bill Wolfe said he wants to make...
Larry Bird and Magic Johnson battled on the basketball court during the National Championship Game between Indiana State and Michigan State, and also in the NBA with the Boston Celtics and Los Angeles Lakers. Now they have another battle.According to the Associated Press, Indiana State plans to build a 15-foot tall bronze statue for its former basketball player, Larry Bird. It’s...
As devastating as it was to lose the 2010 Finals, a big part, of why I wanted the Celtics to win that series so much, was to make up for their loss in 1985. When they had the MVP, Larry Bird, and home court advantage in the Finals. The Celtics were looking to repeat that year. But something other than the Flakers may have contributed to them not being able to do it.
Sculptor Wolfe intends on making Bird bigger than Magic in his statue in IndianaBill Russell got his after President Obama suggested it and Kareem Abdul-Jabbar is getting his after whining about it enough in the media at the All-star game in 2011. Soon, Larry Bird will be the latest basketball player to be honored with a statue.Bird’s statue was funded by a grassroots organization...