Old wounds Bigfan. We had a lot to say about John Greig at the time. What I believe was unfortunate for Pops, Greig had made inroads within the family and Pops took the advice of his brother by retaining his services. I doubt he would ever say, but I wonder if Pops regrets that decision. Sadly, when you are not in the top 7-8 players of an NBA rotation, staying in the league has far more to do with who your agent is and how connected they are than it does anything else. Nevertheless, it is always great to read about his achievements. Particularly when given an opportunity to play for Toronto, Pops proved to be a highly efficient player as evidenced by rebounds per minute and hustle plays.