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The Detroit Jewish News, 2008-09-11

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Topic Of

C OMMENTARY

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Hall Of Earner

Basketball embraces
Davidson legacy.

Joel Jacob
Special to the Jewish News

Springfield, Mass.

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n Sept. 5, the Detroit Jewish com-

munity's hometown hero Detroit
Pistons owner Bill Davidson
joined other basketball legends and
was inducted in the Naismith Memorial
Basketball Hall of Fame.
The likes of Magic Johnson, Bobby
Knight, Isiah Thomas and Joe Dumars,
National Basketball Association commis-
sioner David Stern and so many other
basketball greats were on hand to see Mr.
Davidson, a Michigan native, and six other
inductees receive this lifetime achievement
award.

Watching proudly in the audi-
ence were his family and close
friends. This lifetime achievement
Bill Davidson, seated next to Miami Heat coach
is a proud moment for our Jewish
Pat Riley, accepts his Hall of Fame honor.
community. It goes way beyond the
sport of basketball.
matter what your job or situation, you can
This honor symbolizes passion, great-
approach life with a positive attitude and a
ness, hard work and dedication. If we take
willingness to give back.
a closer look at the life of Mr. Davidson,
So many people have benefited from
we see these qualities present in every
the culture that Mr. Davidson has instilled
endeavor that he has undertaken. Although in each of the institutions and businesses
he is at the age, 85, where most have retired, that he has touched. From his Oakland
he goes to work each day with passion and
County synagogue, Shaarey Zedek, where
excitement.
he was a past president, to the global glass
"This makes my heart beat a little harder and building products company he has
because of my history, which is many years built, family owned Guardian Industries in
in the NBA," Mr. Davidson said in brief
Auburn Hills to the Davidson Institute of
remarks.
Mr. Davidson has taught us all that no
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