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Maybe Bill Davidson is over that, but to swallow that pride for the coach of the most under-achieving team in the league, whose health is still a problem? I just don't think there's any way that's going to happen.
Asked whether Brown's actions angered him, Davidson said: "I think a better word is peeved. You're certainly not happy when something like that happens."
Parting ways with Brown "was kind of easy," Davidson said. "There was too much Larry Brown and not enough Pistons. I wasn't happy with that. You've got to understand that whoever coaches the Pistons represents me. And I'm not going to give [the team and their fans] somebody that's not a good person."