All grown up

All grown up

There are 5 comments on the The Indianapolis Star story from Oct 29, 2006, titled All grown up. In it, The Indianapolis Star reports that:

He arrived in Indianapolis a starry-eyed 18-year-old, and his teammates greeted him in typical kid-brother fashion: They worked him over.

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Tim

AOL

#1 Oct 29, 2006
Fastburner! The guy is 26 years old on paper, but his wisdom and maturity is that of a 36 year old. He's earned everything he's ever gotten.

It's just awesome to go to games and see him wearing Pacers again!
jct

New Albany, IN

#2 Oct 29, 2006
Tim wrote:
Fastburner! The guy is 26 years old on paper, but his wisdom and maturity is that of a 36 year old. He's earned everything he's ever gotten.
It's just awesome to go to games and see him wearing Pacers again!
We gotta believe in Al Harrington. Could be the savior of the franchise as far as I'm concerned. Might just be the next PACER hero, stepping in and filling Reggie Miller's shoes. Wouldn't that be the greatest feeling. Someone to cheer for and feel good about again. Be nice someday to see Al's jersey hanging in our rafters, next to Reggie's......
Autney Holmes

United States

#3 Oct 29, 2006
I love the idea of the pacers adopting a running stile of play.However we still need to work on a solid half court game to complement our running game.Jermaine has the ability to run but he got to drop that bad habit of posing for the camera after a dunk instead of running back.Also the Pacers seem to be very effective when he is blocking shots.If they can rebound the ball and cut down turn overs they can be a hell of a team.Also dont be discourage by them not winning any preseason game when Jermaine Oneal plays,remimber what happened to new york after Pat Ewing left.
concerned

New Albany, IN

#5 Oct 29, 2006
let it be wrote:
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IndyStar ... Didn't know you allowed comercials.
BJC

United States

#6 Oct 29, 2006
Are you kidding me?

Harrington was part of one of the most most mature, professional, and discplined teams in the NBA.

However, Baby Al thought he should be a "starter" and earn more money. Ha! He went to Atlanta to be a "starter" and earn more money, but what was accomplished? He padded his stats.

Goal accomplished. Now, Indiana has acquired this statistical albatross.

Baby Al and JO are all about stats and know nothing about leading a team to a championship.

Larry Legend needs to be held accountable. How on earth did this organization end up with JO, Baby Al, Stephen Jackson, and Tinsley? Are you kidding me? These are our leaders?

Rick Carlisle will be fired before these idiots win and/or Bird admits he is incompetent.

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