The sides tried to work out their differences before the Pistons determined they were irreconcilable, a conclusion apparently made easier by Brown's recent public attempts to cling to a job he had sought to leave during the season.
Update, 11:00 a.m.: The Times's pathetic coverage of sports is on even greater display when it comes to boxing. Brian Moore takes apart this credulous story about boxing promoters turning to hip-hop to revive the sport. It's almost like the Times sports editors don't care unless the story is about Augusta National or the WNBA.
Funny line from that Brian Moore article:
'The latest hip-hop marketing disaster, P. Diddy’s “Vote or Die!” campaign, distinguished itself by an inability to convince youthful trendsetters to do either.'
It's good, but it reminds me of the even funnier Vote or Die! video from South Park. I can't even quote the funniest lines from that here...
"It's almost like the Times sports editors don't care unless the story is about Augusta National or the WNBA."
Not "almost", it "is"...
If the shoe fits...is apropo for the Times/
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