Pacers' Donnie Walsh: 'All he's ever wanted to do is basketball'
Mon Feb 12, 2018
At Fordham Prep, Donnie Walsh made all-city and player of the year. From there, he earned a scholarship to UNC to play for Frank McGuire and then Dean Smith. After college, as Walsh went to law school, he was an assistant to Smith. And then, after law school, came that fateful day inside Richard Nixon’s firm when Walsh changed the course of his life forever.
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