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Harrison Learned Lessons With Pacers

David Harrison makes the case for dealing with adversity by being patient, seeing the big picture and continuing to work hard. DH failed to do this in Indy but hopes to with Minnesota.

"Almost everything," he said when asked what angered him. "My draft position ticked me off, but at the end of the day, I was still a first-round draft pick. I saw opportunities at Indiana that I wasn't getting and I was impatient. If you look at the Pacers now, if I had been patient and kept my head, I'd probably be their starting center.

"But I didn't do that. That's what I have to prove here, that I'm willing to play and lose myself in the team."

DH has always been a thoughtful dude, so I don't consider his comments a sign of maturity. He's plenty mature enough to know what he needs to do. He just needs to do more doing as in having his actions measure up to his words. Hope it happens this time.
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