Longtime Pacers co-owner Simon takes over as team CEO
INDIANAPOLIS -- Indiana Pacers co-owner Herb Simon believes he's found the perfect person to take over after Donnie Walsh's departure -- himself.
Simon announced Wednesday that he is moving into day-to-day operations as chairman and CEO of Pacers Sports and Entertainment after years of mostly hands-off ownership. Walsh resigned last month after leading the Pacers for more than two decades, then accepted a job as president of the New York Knicks.
"When Donnie left, there was some reason ...
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WALSH TAKES KNICK REINS
The Knicks' new era is officially underway. Donnie Walsh was introduced at Madison Square Garden as new team president on April 3 and today, after a woeful 23-59 season, he ousted embattled Isiah Thomas as the Knicks' coach. Story
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