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Conrad Brunner

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Say this for the 2014-15 season: it had a little bit of everything, albeit not enough. And so, as we turn our attention to the Colts’ offseason program, the NFL Draft, the lottery, the NBA Draft and of course the month of May, let’s take a moment to evaluate – once and for all...
This season ended mercilessly, but at least next season did not. The latter certainly seemed a possibility when Paul George needed to be carried off the court and then to the locker room by teammates with 10:37 remaining in the fourth quarter of the Pacers’ 95-83 loss to the...
Whatever else happens with this team – truthfully, there isn’t much left that hasn’t already – the 2014-15 Pacers can say something their predecessors could not: they found a way to knock the Miami Heat from the playoffs. There is one more statement they’d like to make: that...
This is why they are here. This is what it means to them, being a member of the Indiana Pacers. And it is back within their grasp one last time. C.J. Miles hasn’t tasted the playoffs since 2010, Rodney Stuckey since 2009. Solomon Hill’s postseason experience totals 33 seconds...
It had everything you’d expect from a playoff game. Paul George was dunking, C.J. Miles raining threes, George Hill making the big plays down the stretch, Roy Hibbert playing big, a sellout crowd reacting to everything, a collective effort ultimately silencing a virtuoso soloist...
The roller-coaster is making its upward climb once again. Can the Pacers find a way to make the ride last? A season with more dramatic ups and downs than a weekend at Kings Island is deep into its final phase, in which the Pacers – counted out a week ago after consecutive losses...
A difficult season for Chris Copeland took a dangerous turn overnight, as the Pacers reserve was stabbed in the abdomen early Wednesday at a New York club, according to a report in the New York Daily News. A woman identified as Copeland’s wife, Katrine Saltara, was slashed in...
The kid from Fresno State raced into the lane, took flight, caught the alley-oop lob and threw down the dunk as his teammates on the bench leapt in celebration. Just like old times? Not exactly. The Bulldog in question was Tyler Johnson, a 6-3 point guard for Miami. Paul George...
The Colts may have found their other starting safety, assuming he can stay on the field. Dwight Lowery, coming off a career-high 85 tackles in 16 games with the Falcons last season, signed with the Colts Friday night and figures to slide in next to Mike Adams in last line of...