Tag Archives: Donnie Walsh

As one of the very best NBA executives in history, Donnie Walsh needs a banner
May 19, 2020

The rafters of Bankers Life Fieldhouse are filled with names and numbers of the most important people in Pacers Sports & Entertainment history.  It’s time for Donnie Walsh to take his rightful place among them. Reggie Miller is up there.  Members of the three ABA championship teams are alongside him.  Slick Leonard has a banner. […]

Indiana Pacers – Enjoy tonight’s Game Five, regardless of the outcome
May 28, 2014

by Kent Sterling Whether the Indiana Pacers win or lose tonight’s Game Five, fans at Bankers Life Fieldhouse should take the time to do two things – enjoy watching this group play together, and thank them for the total body of work they cobbled together during a weird, weird year. Click here to follow Kent […]

Larry Bird Coming Back to Indiana Pacers Monday
June 26, 2013

by Kent Sterling Indianapolis Star columnist Bob Kravitz has reported that Larry Bird will return to the Indiana Pacers in his former role as president of basketball operations.  Current general manager Kevin Pritchard will be the number two guy, and Donnie Walsh will slide into a role as consultant. This is good news for Pacers […]

Indiana Pacers win “because they played harder” than the Knicks
May 5, 2013

by Kent Sterling Coaches who tell the truth are a lot more interesting in postgame press conferences than those who alibi or give oddly technical explanations for a loss. New York Knicks coach Mike Woodson is nothing if not honest, and when he said that the Pacers won because “they played harder,” but he wasn’t […]