Naysayer: Purdue Loss Brings Big Ten Race Closer; IU Now On...

Who had Ohio State coming out of nowhere to knock off the highly-touted Purdue Boilermakers Sunday on their Bingo card?

Reggie Miller Returns “Home” To Indiana For All-Star Weekend, And He’s...

Reggie on the Pacers. Reggie on his All-Star memories. Reggie on how to fix the All-Star Game. And other stuff.

Basketball, She Broke

Indiana Pacers analyst Caitlin Cooper is taking a much deserved break during NBA All-Star weekend, close to a year after she launched her own blog about the team, all the while earning the respect of coaches, players and fans along the way.

Speed Read: Back Home Again

It’s been nearly 40 years since the legendary matchup of Larry Bird and Michael Jordan at the last NBA All-Star Game held here. This month, Indy and new star Tyrese Haliburton take the global stage.

Pacers President Rick Fuson’s Retirement Signals the End of an Era

Rick Fuson leaves big shoes to fill as he announces his retirement after almost 40 years with the Pacers.

The Next One

CEDDERICK DANIELS settles into an upper suite at Lucas Oil Stadium, a basket of chicken fingers in his hands. It’s one hour before the...

Remembering Bob Knight

THE FIRST TIME I sat down and conversed with Bob Knight, he was naked. I mean: BUCK. ASS. NAKED. It was 1979, I was a sophomore...

Speed Read: A Good Sport

Bob Kravitz has been a familiar name around Indy for what feels like forever. The veteran sports journalist has captivated us with his distinct voice in stories for the IndyStar, WTHR, Sports Illustrated, and The Athletic and has his own column on Substack. He’s pulling back the curtain to reveal the secrets of the “glamorous” life of a sportswriter.

Indianapolis 500, How Do We Love Thee?

Officials may have shortened 500 track time to two weeks and even added a second separate race to the beginning of the month. But make no mistake: May is a 31-day citywide holiday.

The Quiet Joy Of An Indy 500 Listening Party

On that Sunday, as soon as I stepped outside my Broad Ripple home, I could hear the fuzzy broadcast in stereo coming from several neighbors’ porches and yards.