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Forget the 2-of-13 shooting for a moment, and consider the real impact Myles Turner had on Game 4. The threat of his jump shot spread the Toronto defense, creating driving lanes and passing angles that opened things up for Ian Mahinmi’s constant forays to the basket. The threat...
In a perfect, orderly world, the Colts would fill one of their two biggest needs by selecting a disruptive pass-rusher or a stone-wall blocker at No. 18 in the first round of the NFL Draft Thursday night. According to my research, however, the last draft in any sport that...
So much has changed for Andrew Luck. New offensive coordinator (he played only in one game last season after Rob Chudzinski replaced Pep Hamilton). New quarterbacks coach (Brian Schottenheimer replaced Clyde Christensen). New mentor (Matt Hasselbeck was not offered a contract by...
No Brady, no Manning, no problem? For the first time since 2002, the Colts will not face either Tom Brady or Peyton Manning during the regular season. But they do have Aaron Rodgers, Ben Roethlisberger and Phillip Rivers on the 2016 scheduled released by the NFL tonight. They’ll...
Of course they can. They probably won’t, and history sits squarely against them, but the Pacers have a puncher’s chance of pulling an upset in their first-round series that begins in Toronto on Saturday afternoon. Let’s be honest: the Raptors are a soft No. 2 seed. In a season...
After replaying the 12th hole at Augusta National for most of the past month, the Pacers finally found the green, made the tap-in and clinched their playoff berth. Now what? They’re in, which ordinarily would be classified as an unequivocally good thing. But this season has been...
In the absence of LeBron James, there was no statement to be made, so for the Pacers maybe this was more along the lines of an internal memo: The more Solomon Hill and C.J. Miles play like this, the more hope there is of happy ending to this season. Thanks largely to those two...
Change is coming. Seven games left, and change is coming to the Indiana Pacers. If there was any doubt something was seriously wrong with this team, the 114-94 blowout loss at the hands of the Orlando Magic Thursday night at Bankers Life Fieldhouse made it obvious. Frank Vogel...
Any other result, frankly, would’ve been a surprise. And that, my friends, is the shame of this Pacers season. When any game, against any opponent, in any venue, reaches its tipping point, the sense of inevitability is palpable. The other team will do what it has to do and find...