According to an FBI report released to the AP recently, following thepassingof former Pistons CoachChuck Daly, there were some nut-jobs in Cleveland sending Daly death threats after his Bad Boys roughed up the Cavaliers during a series of games in 1989. At the time, Daly was in the midst of winning back-to-back NBA titles as the coach of the Pistons. This was before he also went on to win Olympic Gold as Head Coach of the Dream Team, andafterformer Cavaliers owner Ted Stepien found it necessary to fire him as head coach of the Cavs. Great call Ted.According to the report, one of the death threats arrived shortly after Mark Price suffered a concussion courtesy of a Rick Mahorn elbow.

ViaNBA.com:

"One letter, mailed from Cleveland and postmarked April 24, 1989, arrived about two months...

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