Never-say-die effort is pleasing to Bird

Indiana Pacers president Larry Bird , traveling with the team, said their constant struggles are frustrating. Full Story
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BIG RJ

United States

#21 Mar 14, 2007
LARRY BIRD LETS GET REAL BE A MAN AND FIRED YOUR BOY RC AND MAYBE ITS TIME FOR YOU TO RESIGN
Richard Sitler

New Palestine, IN

#22 Mar 15, 2007
The loss of Foster left the Pacers at a disadvantage because they didn't have anybody to defend Timberwolves forward Kevin Garnett, who finished with 30 points and nine rebounds.

Glad to see that someone caught the mistake that was in print. The newsprint version of this story said "they didn't have nobody." I guess this is an advantage of the online version of newspapers. Unfortunately, I can't always access the internet and it is easier to hold up a newspaper to read while eating my eggs and toast in the morning.

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