Donnie said that he likes to have 4 or 5 that players that can guard the post.
Right now only about 3, would like to address that.
Believes the needs are now in the big positions, and will concentrate the rest of the Summer on that.
Mentions Tinsley and the PG situation.
That's a few highlights, after a first listen.
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Pacers "not done dealing" after trade
Donnie Walsh comments on Johnson trade
Pacers CEO Donnie Walsh says the team isn't quite finished with their roster makeover.
Just this week, Indiana lost Fred Jones to Toronto and traded Anthony Johnson to Dallas for Darrell Armstrong and two young players.
The Pacers are also trying to lure forward Al Harrington, a free agent who spent the last two seasons with the Atlanta Hawks after playing six seasons in Indiana.
One of the keys for the Pacers this summer was to move one of their three capable point guards. That turned out to be Johnson.
Team president Larry Bird said second-year forwards Josh Powell and Rawle Marshall, who came to Indiana in the Johnson-Armstrong swap, will make training camp competitive and are capable of making the team.
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