Why Larry Bird’s team is picking up the pace.
The historically black high school celebrates the 60th anniversary of its first championship this year.
The Indiana Pacers gave Ron Artest his walking papers in 2006, a move that brought his disastrous tenure to a merciful end. But did the mercurial star ever really leave?
Hoosiers inspired unis (and George Hill’s ’do) have the Internet all atwitter.
Airport solar farms, whistling buses, and the Pacers name. Ask The Hoosierist.
Addressing the media on Thursday, the Pacers star said he’s still ”pushing and working hard” to re-join the team.
At today’s media availability, the Pacers president addressed the possibility of trades and broke down the disappointing first half of the season.
He’s opinionated. He’s controversial. And depending on whom you ask, this trash-talking, mean-tweeting radio host is the most honest personality in Indy sports media—or the most infuriating. Either way, we can’t stop listening.
Meeting with the media for the first time since the season’s start, the injured Pacers star shares an update on his rehab status and describes his current role as the team’s ”public relations intern.”
On the occasion of being honored at The Masquerade for his charity work, the Legend discussed his low-key philanthropy—and his expectations for the upcoming Pacers’ season.