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Larry Bird’s relationship with GM Morway was on a thin line, but Mike Wells reports it was trade that Morway mishandled before the start of the 2011-2012 season that was the last straw that broke the camel’s back. Sources say the fizzled relationship is the one of the main reasons why Bird plans to replace [...]
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Indiana Pacers President Larry Bird is set to oust General Manager David Morway chiefly due to a breakdown in their relationship, The Indianapolis Star reported late Saturday, citing sources.
The sources said that once Bird agrees to a new deal to remain as president next week, the NBA great plans to replace Morway with Kevin Pritchard.
Pritchard has served as Pacers director of...
Who to choose?
The Portland Trail Blazers will enter the 2012 NBA draft with two lottery picks, and as a result, there are a number of prospects who could land in Rip City for the 2012-13 NBA season.
First Pick (No. 6):
The shooting guard from the University of Florida is considered a top-three pick in the upcoming draft.
The Blazers would likely have to swing a draft...
Indiana Pacers president Larry Bird reportedly plans to promote Kevin Pritchard, the team's director of player personnel, to general manager. The promotion will trigger the release of current general manager David Morway, according to Yahoo!Sports. According to sources with the Pacers organization, Bird planned to make the move when he thought Morway would be hired as the...
Larry Bird no longer has a relationship with soon-to-be ousted general manager David Morway.
" -You don't owe these people anymore. You've given then everything-
-Not everything. Not yet"
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