Found June 26, 2012 on PRO HOOPS CENTRAL:
Winds of change swept through the front office of the Indiana Pacers, on Tuesday according to the “Indianapolis Star,” as the paper has reported that the club’s General Manager David Morway, resigned his position with the franchise and in a rather surprising move, Pacers Team President Larry Bird, decided to step away from his duties with the club. The former Hall Of Fame forward for the Boston Celtics, was to have met with franchise Owner Herb Simon on Tuesday, to tell him of his plans.  His decision comes less than a month after holding a press conference after the team lost to the Miami Heat in the second round of the Playoffs, when Bird seemed excited at the prospect of extending his contract. The former Pacers President, will leave a club that has made the Post-Season the last two years, after a long drought and won their first Playoff series in seven years, when they took out the Orlando Magic in the first round of the Playoffs this year. It is expected that Kevin Pritchard, ...
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