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Re: questions about the lakers game
Thanks Dan. It's not until a guy like Tommy is gone that we forget how
much we miss him. Believe me, sometimes his T.Points tempt me to search
for 12 step rage-aholic programs on the net. Considering what's
happened to the Celtic's over the last 15 years, we should feel lucky
to at least have Tommy still on our side.
On Thursday, March 11, 2004, at 04:26 PM, Dan Forant wrote:
Wow, I thought there was something wrong with me. I love Tommy Heinsohn
also. Whenever I make it to the Fleet early I manage to always get a
out of him. He is extremely knowledgeable and entertaining. I know he's
loyal, but that's exactly what I want. His ref bitching is usually
and he can read a game like a book. This is a guy that's been there
time and done it well, whether it be playing or coaching. His insights
the past are priceless. His passion for the game is endless and his
humor helps me get through the tough games.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Josh Ozersky" <
I love Tommy and hope he works the games until he's 200.
He's the Johnny Most of my generation, with a thousand
times more basketball knowledge than Most every had. I
agree with almost everything Tommy says. Period. How