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Congratulations to Don Nelson on being inducted into the Basketball Hall of Fame today. One of many great stories about “Nellie” … late in his career, Nelson returned as coach of the Golden State Warriors. Soon after arriving, he introduced the “66 rule.” The impetus was Monte Ellis, a young second-year player drafted straight out of high school who was prone to sulking. When things didn’t go his way he’d pout, so Nelson created the “66 rule” — “I’m 66, and too bleeping old to take this crap …”
Pictured: Nelson with his rescue dog Lucky

Congratulations to Don Nelson on being inducted into the Basketball Hall of Fame today. One of many great stories about “Nellie” … late in his career, Nelson returned as coach of the Golden State Warriors. Soon after arriving, he introduced the “66 rule.” The impetus was Monte Ellis, a young second-year player drafted straight out of high school who was prone to sulking. When things didn’t go his way he’d pout, so Nelson created the “66 rule” — “I’m 66, and too bleeping old to take this crap …”

Pictured: Nelson with his rescue dog Lucky

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Join Bark contributor Patricia McConnell and curator Richard H. Axsom Thursday, June 21, 12:30–1:15 pm, in a discussion on the relationship between people and animals. The conversation is in conjunction with One must know the animals, a new exhibition at the Madison Museum of Contemporary Art, June 2–August 19, 2012. 
Art credit: Sergio Gonzalez-Tornero, Wolf, 1973. Aquatint with embossing, 17¾ x 23¾ inches. Collection of the Madison Museum of Contemporary Art.

Join Bark contributor Patricia McConnell and curator Richard H. Axsom Thursday, June 21, 12:30–1:15 pm, in a discussion on the relationship between people and animals. The conversation is in conjunction with One must know the animals, a new exhibition at the Madison Museum of Contemporary Art, June 2–August 19, 2012. 

Art credit: Sergio Gonzalez-Tornero, Wolf, 1973. Aquatint with embossing, 17¾ x 23¾ inches. Collection of the Madison Museum of Contemporary Art.

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"One must know the animals" is a new exhibition at the Madison Museum of Contemporary Art, June 2–August 12, 2012. The show provides a platform to question our relationships with the animal kingdom.
On Thursday, June 21, 12:30–1:15 pm at MMoCA, join Bark contributor Patricia McConnell and curator Richard H. Axsom as they discuss the complicated and often contradictory relationship between people and animals. 
Art credit: Nino Longobardi, Cane, from Il Bestiaro di Nino Longobardi portfolio, 1984. Etching, 25x21.5 inches. Collection of the Madison Museum of Contemporary Art.

"One must know the animals" is a new exhibition at the Madison Museum of Contemporary Art, June 2–August 12, 2012. The show provides a platform to question our relationships with the animal kingdom.

On Thursday, June 21, 12:30–1:15 pm at MMoCA, join Bark contributor Patricia McConnell and curator Richard H. Axsom as they discuss the complicated and often contradictory relationship between people and animals. 

Art credit: Nino Longobardi, Cane, from Il Bestiaro di Nino Longobardi portfolio, 1984. Etching, 25x21.5 inches. Collection of the Madison Museum of Contemporary Art.

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