Hi math experts!
Let P be a set of at most 2^\frac{k}{3} points in the plane. Prove that there exists a coloring
of P with two colors such that in every open disc that contains at least k points
both colors are present.

Here is what I got so far:
Let A_d be the event where the disc d is monochromatic.
Clearly Pr( A_d )= 2^{k-1}
Now I want to show that the Pr(  \bigcup _{d \in D} A_d ) < 1. (where D is the set of all discs) and this will nail the problem.
How can I use the fact that the number of points is bounded to bound the number of discs?

Any help will be appreciated