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« on: September 08, 2010, 02:09:32 pm »


Pacers president Larry Bird said Tuesday that the team is still looking for ways to improve as training camp approaches.

"I can't tell you if something is going to happen or not but we're still looking," Bird told Mike Wells of the Indianapolis Star.

Bird also provided updates on the conditions of Tyler Hansbrough, Jeff Foster and A.J. Price.

Hansbrough hasn't been cleared to go all out.

"When they release him to go, he'll go," Bird said. "I don't know when that's going to happen. I know he's got another meeting with his doctors coming up.

"He's in top condition. I don't worry about Tyler as far as being in shape."

Foster has been limited, by design, following offseason back surgery.

"There's no use in going all out right now," Bird said. "He'll be in shape. I know how hard it is to sit out a whole year and come back. It takes time.

"Jeff is a specialty-type player. Whatever we can get out of him, he'll help us."

Price is back on the court following serious knee surgery.

"It's going to be a challenge for him to be 100 percent for training camp," Bird said. "He's looked pretty good, but he's not 100 percent. It's still good that he's able to go against some competition."

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