Basketball Hall of Famer Larry Bird and his camp have gotten their wish granted with regards to the legend’s mural in downtown Indiana.

A heavily tattooed mural of Bird was recently the center of some controversy following reports emerging that Bird himself did not take a particular liking to how he was depicted in the art piece. According to Bird’s camp, the former Indiana Pacers head coach has nothing against tattoos in general, but simply does not want them to be associated with his own personal image.

A compromise was recently reached to remove all but one of the tattoos. Here’s how the mural looks now:

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It looks like this marks the end to this rather peculiar narrative, with the Boston Celtics legend getting the final word on the issue. Then again, the biggest winner here appears to be the artwork itself, considering how it has gained quite a following after this mini controversy broke loose.

At the end of the day, this is simply an ode to Bird, who himself had quite an impact on the Pacers franchise as both a head coach and a team executive. He also starred as a player at Indiana State.

In 1997, Bird started his three-year tenure as Indiana’s head coach — a stint that was highlighted by his Coach of the Year-winning debut season with the team. Following his resignation in 2000, he was then hired as president of basketball operations three years later. In 2012, Bird won Executive of the Year, once again proving that his greatness extends far beyond his legendary playing career.