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The DadBall Era: True Inevitabilities

On predictable outcomes in sports.

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The DadBall Era: Return On Investment

“Brogdon is the perfect mixture of stoic wisdom and offensive efficiency, like Abraham Lincoln with a solid VORP rating.”

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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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Best Of Indianapolis 2018 — City Hacks

Scooters are holding the whole city together.

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Oladipo To Endorse Joe Donnelly

Oladipo with the assist.

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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.

Victor Oladipo dribbling a basketball
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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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An Open Letter To Paul George

What if we patched things up, us and you? What if we, you know, got back together?

barbecuing illustration by Shane Harrison
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The Hoosierist: Winter Barbecuing

“Though firing up an outdoor grill is the signature move of barbecue establishments, any type of restaurant is free to break out the Weber.”

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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.”

Bankers Life Fieldhouse in Indianapolis, Indiana
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Indianapolis Set To Host 2021 NBA All-Star Game

In the other 49 states it’s just basketball, but this is Indiana.

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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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Fare Thee Well, Paul George

In the name of full disclosure, I genuinely like Paul George. I like him not because he does neat dunk shots and/or has his own line of Nike sneakers, but rather because my kids like him a great deal and he has always been friendly with them in their rare, brief encounters. There are other […]

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Paul George Is A Classic Millennial. Sorry Not Sorry.

Soon-to-be former Pacer Paul George doesn’t want to play close to home. He wants to play close to famous people. He wants to build his personal brand.