The Losing-to-Pittsburgh-and-Those-Horrible-Uniforms Edition
SI and GQ stuff the Pacers, Tony Dungy tweets his wisdom, Hinkle prepares to show off its makeover, and more.Read more
Before March Madness, there was Hoosier Hysteria. In 1955, Oscar Robertson and the basketball players of Crispus Attucks became the nation’s first all-black team to win a state high-school athletic championship. Here, in their own words, Robertson and his teammates recount that momentous season.
The players of Crispus Attucks High School wrote a new chapter in the book of Hoosier basketball lore—one in which underdogs could be kids from urban ghettos, could grow up shooting in alleys and parks, could be black and be a vital part of the glory of the game.Read more