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Sad indeed. Never lived up to his potential in the NBA, but man, what a great college player.
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From: Indianapolis, IN; now residing in Suffolk, VA
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Today, we've lost a cherished member of the Pacers family. A very good basketball player, great musician and wonderful human being.
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One of my early favourite Sac Kings, and I always got a kick out of the fact that he "graduated" from the NBA to smooth jazz.
Was just talking to my WVU friend the other day about how big of a bust Alexander has been, too. Warrick is a decent player, though.
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