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The Fieldhouse Turns 20

Net gains.

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Meet The Newest Pacers

Get to know the latest guys to don blue and gold.

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Why The Crispus Attucks Legend Lives On

“They made a Civil Rights statement by excelling at something that all Hoosiers valued, which is excellence in basketball.”

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Speed Read: Romeo Langford

Freshman phenom or one-and-done?

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The Hoosierist: Our Bounty Of Counties

“Back in the early 1800s, when Indiana’s political map was drawn, that many counties seemed about right.”

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Our October Editor’s Note

Show me a Hoosier who’s not excited about basketball season and I’ll show you a Kentuckian.

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Victor Oladipo’s Drive

“If y’all don’t respect the Indiana Pacers now, I have no respect for you.”

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A Hoosier Reinvents Online Sports Coverage—Again

“I went into this thinking I’d have to fight off boredom, covering all those games,” Dwyer says. “It’s been the opposite. Now I just need to figure out how to make the car payment.”

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Explaining To Your Kids: Zone Defense

“It’s how ISIS teaches kids to play defense in their propaganda videos”

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13 Memorable Moments From Paul George

Paul George doesn’t have much time left in an Indiana Pacers uniform. After the story broke on Father’s Day that he intended to join the Los Angeles Lakers in 2018, the rumors surrounding his NBA future switched from “Do the Pacers know George wants out of Indianapolis?” to “What will the Pacers do now to […]

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Explaining To Your Kids: Lance Stephenson

 As parents, we have trouble explaining life’s more complicated issues to our kids. Sometimes it’s astronomy. Other times it’s FISA warrants or the infield fly rule or the many plot holes in Blade II. Today it’s Lance Stephenson. The Dadball Era is here to help when the kids come a’questionin’. Because they certainly will. Who […]

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What I Know: Tully Bevilaqua Of The Indiana Fever

I guess I’m regarded as a blue-collar worker on the basketball court. I see my dad as someone who has been a blue-collar worker all his life.

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Putting The "Fun!" In "Your March Madness Bracket Is Fundamentally Flawed And Will Not Win"

Bland picks are The Big Bang Theory of March Madness, and I have no use for them anymore.

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Throwing In The Chair: What’s Up With Bob Knight?

“I do remember that he was swearing after we went off air,” recalls one of Knight’s former ESPN broadcast crew members. “Something or other was always pissing him off.”

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Former IU Players Take A Shot At Assessing Bob Knight’s Legacy

“When you have a guy who’s a genius, a lot of people don’t understand him,” says Lawrence Funderburke. “Not to excuse anything he’s done, but he thinks differently and he sees differently.”

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