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Wells: Relationship between Bird and Morway soured

[From the FanPosts, IndyPacers shares info from Mike Wells on why David Morway and Larry Bird may not have been on the same page. What I don't understand is that earlier we heard the Bird made all of the basketball decisions and the Mayo trade certainly seems like one of those basketball decisions. -TL]

So it seems like we're starting to get some information on what's been going on in the front office.

https://twitter.com/MikeWellsNBA/status/211594901257854976

The departure of Morway is not about Pritchard, but the relationship that turned sour between Bird n Morway, according to sources

https://twitter.com/MikeWellsNBA/status/211612147531259905

Bird and Morway's relationship went downhill when Morway caused the Mayo deal to "fall apart" during training camp, according to sources.

https://twitter.com/MikeWellsNBA/status/211612822491242498

Bird didn't like that Morway pushed to have Rush n the deal when they had already agreed to a sign n trade w Mayo n McRoberts, sources say

That damn OJ Mayo deal. What's weird about it to me, if this is true, what's up with always hearing Bird has final say on all basketball matters? If Mayo for McBob straight up was agreed to, why didn't it happen? How's Morway able to try and force Rush into it?

If things started going south early in the season why was Morway here all season? Pritchard was in the fold then, obviously there was a capable replacement in house.

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