The last time we spoke to Paul George, it did not end well. Maybe he’s changed, maybe we’ve grown. Whatever it is, perhaps it’s time we got back together.
Once one of the internet’s most influential sportswriters, Lafayette’s Kelly Dwyer has decided to create his own site from scratch. The first step? Attempting to fix what’s wrong with web journalism.
It’s a changing of the guards, forwards, centers, coaches, Kiss Cams, corporate suites, home-court advantages, technical fouls, and practically every aspect of traditional basketball Hoosiers know and love.
The Indiana Pacers will announce today that they’ll host the annual exhibition game among the NBA’s best players.
He burned brightly during his time in the blue and gold, but it appears PG is on his way out of Indiana.
No personal foul: The Pacers couldn’t win a championship with PG, and they won’t win one without him.
Members of the Indiana Pacers and Indiana Fever organizations got their hands dirty as they helped teach students from Thomas D. Gregg Elementary School the importance of healthy living.
The road to pessimism is paved with good intentions. And lots of scar tissue.
The first in the new ”Explaining To Your Kids” series. What better subject?
People make mistakes—even Paul George.