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  • Pacers’ Pritchard takes hint, doesn’t make major changes

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.– The message may not have been as direct as last year, but Pacers’ president Kevin Pritchard got the hint. His players weren’t interested in a major overhaul at this season’s NBA trade deadline either. They wanted to continue to build with their current roster. “Since Victor’s injury, we’ve lost a few, but we’ve also come back and won a few,” Pritchard said. “It kind of tells me this team wants to be together. I know the last two […]

  • Pacers’ add Matthews, draft pick at trade deadline

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – The NBA’s trade deadline came and went Thursday afternoon without the Pacers making a blockbuster move. However, the team wasn’t totally silent on deadline day. Multiple reports say the Pacers will sign guard Wesley Matthews, who was released by the Knicks Thursday.  Matthews is averaging 12.8 points in 46 games this season with the Mavericks and Knicks.  His career scoring average is 13.8 in 11 seasons in the league. The Pacers also reportedly made a trade with […]

  • Pacers’ Oladipo posts video of him shooting from training table

    MIAMI, Fla. – Just 10 days after having surgery, Pacers’ All-Star Victor Oladipo posted video of him shooting from a training table in Miami. Oladipo had surgery on January 28 to repair a ruptured quad tendon in his right knee he suffered January 23 against Toronto. The two-time All-Star is expected to make a full recovery.  He will miss the rest of the season. View this post on Instagram They can’t stop me! Even if they stopped me! (@liltunechi) #TrulyUnbreakable […]

  • Luck wins Comeback Player of the Year award

    ATLANTA, Ga. – Colts’ quarterback Andrew Luck has won the AP Comeback Player of the Year Award at the NFL Honors show in Atlanta. Luck threw 39 touchdowns, second in the league to Kansas City’s Pat Mahomes’ 50, and for 4,593 yards. He set career bests with 430 completions, 639 attempts, a 67.3 completion percentage and 98.7 passer rating. Luck missed the entire 2017 season after surgery on his right shoulder to repair a torn labrum.

  • Butler tops Seton Hall 70-68 after losing 17-point lead

    INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Paul Jorgensen scored 18 points, including the game-winning basket on a goaltending call with 16.1 seconds left, and Butler defeated Seton Hall 70-68 on Saturday after letting a 17-point lead disappear in the final six minutes. Myles Powell, who scored the Pirates’ last eight points and 13 in their closing 20-3 run, hit a 3-pointer to tie the game with 41.6 seconds to go. Jorgensen dribbled along the right baseline and his short floater was blocked by […]

  • VIDEO: Edgerrin James awaits Hall of Fame vote

    ATLANTA, Ga. – Former Colts’ running back Edgerrin James will find out Saturday if he’s earned the ultimate individual honor in football, admission to the Pro Football Hall of Fame. The 48-member selection committee will meet in Atlanta to pick the class of 2019.  There are 18 finalists.  Between four and eight new members will be chosen with no more than five from the modern era. The Colts selected James with the fourth overall pick in the 1999 NFL Draft.  […]

  • Oladipo named NBA All-Star for second straight season

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – NBA head coaches have voted Victor Oladipo into the All-Star Game as a reserve for the second year in a row. The Pacers’ guard will not play in the game in Charlotte on February 17 after rupturing his quad tendon in his right knee against Toronto on January 23. He had successful surgery to repair the injury on Monday and is expected to make a full recovery. “I just want to thank the players, coaches, fans and […]

  • Will Power unveils 2019 Indy 500 ticket

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – 2018 Indianapolis 500 champion Will Power unveiled the ticket for this year’s “Greatest Spectacle in Racing” on Monday afternoon. The ticket features a picture of an emotional Power being lifted up by his pit crew with his fist in the air acknowledging the crowd. He still has the traditional winner’s wreath around his neck and milk on his face from the victory lane celebration in the photo. “Very cool,” Power said. “That is a great photo. That […]

  • Pacers’ Oladipo out for season with ruptured quad tendon

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Victor Oladipo is out for the season with a ruptured quad tendon in his right knee. An MRI confirmed the injury Thursday.  The all-star guard will undergo surgery at a date to be determined later. “It’s devastating news,” said guard Darren Collison.  “We’ll see what we have to do as a team, but now we’re focusing on Vic’s health making sure he’s okay and come back tomorrow at practice and go from there.” “I talked to Vic […]

  • Pagano reflects on time with Colts as he begins new job

    LAKE FOREST, Ill. – The Chicago Bears officially introduced former Colts’ head coach Chuck Pagano as their new defensive coordinator on Thursday morning. Pagano is inheriting a stout defense that finished first in points allowed at 17.7 points per game and third in yards allowed at 299.7 yards per game. “Our vision for this defense is to be the best,” Pagano said.  “Can we be the best in the history of the game?  The pieces are there and they’ll continue […]

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