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Friday, January 21, 2005

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From: Shane
To: Dave Feschuk
Date: 2/27/2004
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Feschuk,

I thank you for your reply, and I also thank you for smugly owning up to your failures in writing interesting copy. The fact that you value my opinion to such an extent that you want me to recommend writers for you to pattern your game after is quite flattering. However, I really don't have the time to come up with an exhaustive list. I will give you one, Rick Telander of the Chicago Sun-Times. At least I get the feeling that he likes basketball when he writes about the game.

I should mention that your column yesterday did reinforce the point I was
making. You wrote a column detailing how tough Alvin is for playing through
his various injuries, which I have no issue with. However, it seems the main point of your article was to attack Vince's lack of heart and insinuate that he doesn't care about the team because he was smiling on the bench.

Very original concept, haven't heard that much over the last couple years. I'm surprised you didn't mention the bit about him dancing at the Nelly concert a couple years ago.

You also managed to get another Grunwald shot in there ("Grunwald's lame-duck contract status"), nice work. You may think I'm just another Toronto homer upset because you're taking shots at my team, but I think I've made some valid points. I'm a basketball fan first and foremost, and I'd like to see the coverage here improve.

Your biggest fan,

-Shane


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(reply)
Yeah, Telander's a legend. Heaven is a Playground is incomparable as hoop lit goes.
I appreciate what you're saying about my stuff, but don't get me wrong: I've only got one boss, and until he tells me he's not happy, I assume I'm doing OK.

The tone of my pieces would be different if the performances of the key people were worthy of more respect. I can't manufacture enthusiasm for mismanagement and heartlessness.

Best,
DF


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