Legendary former Pacers coach and current radio announcer Bobby “Slick” Leonard suffered a heart attack following the Pacers win over the New York Knicks. We all wish the should-be Hall of Famer a speedy recovery.
This sad news overshadowed the Pacers first good game in a long time, where the team played very well minus Danny Granger, who was out with the flu. Tyler Hansbrough continued his scoring tear with a career-high 29 points to lead the Pacers to a 106-93 win.
We all hope to see Slick back on the sideline soon. With 529 coaching wins and three ABA championships, he is the original Pacers legend.
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