Harrington knows how to lead, mom says

Al Harrington's mother, Mona, doesn't doubt he'll be an effective leader for the Indiana Pacers. Full Story
Tim

AOL

#1 Oct 29, 2006
That was a really cool article. It's just great to have Al back on our side. He brings out the best in everybody, and he does it with humility! He did it here in Indy before he left and he did it in ATL when he was there. Now he's back home again! Count me as a recharged fan now that he's back!
Paul

Beaver Island, MI

#2 Oct 29, 2006
Dump Jackson Trade Tinsley
BJC

United States

#3 Oct 29, 2006
Tim wrote:
That was a really cool article. It's just great to have Al back on our side. He brings out the best in everybody, and he does it with humility! He did it here in Indy before he left and he did it in ATL when he was there. Now he's back home again! Count me as a recharged fan now that he's back!
Please,

Let's be serious. The only thing Harrington can lead is his ghetto mother to a paycheck!

Harrington will never be a leader and will never win a championship because all he is concerned about is his next paycheck. He proved that when he left s great Pacer team to become a "starter" and earn more money with Atlanta.

What did Harrington do in Atlanta other than pad his stats? We have JO, Tinsley, and Stephen Jackson to be stat stuffers.

The question then becomes, why did we acquire Al?

Larry, Donnie, care to answer this question?
Tim

AOL

#4 Oct 30, 2006
BJC wrote:
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Please,
Let's be serious. The only thing Harrington can lead is his ghetto mother to a paycheck!
Harrington will never be a leader and will never win a championship because all he is concerned about is his next paycheck. He proved that when he left s great Pacer team to become a "starter" and earn more money with Atlanta.
What did Harrington do in Atlanta other than pad his stats? We have JO, Tinsley, and Stephen Jackson to be stat stuffers.
The question then becomes, why did we acquire Al?
Larry, Donnie, care to answer this question?
Your comment is offensive. Al is a quiet professional. He goes to work everyday and earns his $$$. If you've been paying attn to Al in the preseason, he has led the Pacers in practically every game, and overall. When he's playing he is tenacious, a great defender, and deceptfully quick for a guy his size.

He left for ATL because we had a guy here named Artest,'member him? He made it impossible for Al to get starter minutes, and Al deserved starter minutes or ATLeast the chance to show he was starter material. Besides, this was about his career at that point, and any reasonable ADULT could see that was what he was doing.

I've met Al, and he's just as meek and humble as what you see on TV. He's not stingy with his smiles and conversation, and he's genuine. Listening to your comment above makes me sick to my stomach.

Al's a wonderful player to have on our team, and makes everybody's job that much easier!

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