Gordon Hayward: Indiana Basketball Legend

Gordon Hayward was born March 23, 1990 in Brownsburg, Indiana. He’s in his first season as a professional basketball for the Utah Jazz of the National Basketball Association. Hayward attended Brownsburg High School, where he excelled in both basketball and tennis. He played basketball his freshman season, but was a scrawny 5-foot-11 guard and considered […]

Adidas Invitational: Indy Successfully Hosts AAU Tournament

While the world waited with bated breath for LeBron James to make his DECISION about where to play next season, the next “King” of basketball may well have been playing ball in an Indianapolis high school gym this past week. Indy kicked off the July college basketball recruiting period by hosting the Adidas Invitational this […]

Indiana Pacers: Paul George

Paul George was born May 2, 1990 in Palmdale, California.  He was selected by the Indiana Pacers with the 10th pick in the first round of the 2010 NBA Draft. Despite possessing outstanding length and athleticism, and averaging 25 points, 12 rebounds, three assists, and three steals per game in his senior season, George wasn’t […]

Indiana Pacers Open Summer League Play

With the 2010 NBA Draft recently completed, Indiana Pacers fans got their first glimpse at the three rookies Larry Bird added to the team when the Pacers opened Summer League play in Orlando on Monday. Paul George, a 6’8″ Guard/Forward who the Pacers spent the 10th overall pick on in the draft, admitted to feeling […]

Mark Patrick: Indy Sports Personality

Mark Patrick is a well-known Indianapolis media personality.  He currently hosts a drive-time sports talk radio program on WNDE 1260 AM. After graduating from Ball State University, Patrick started his career at WNAP-FM in 1980, followed by a 17-year stint on WNDE and as guest/writer on the nationally syndicated “Bob & Tom Show,” which is […]

John Michael Vincent: Indy Sports Personality

John Michael Vincent, or “JMV” as he’s more commonly known, is an Indianapolis media personality who hosts a drive-time sports talk radio program on WFNI 1070 The Fan. Vincent has deep ties to the state of Indiana, and was born and raised in Owensburg, a small town about 20 miles southwest of Bloomington, Indiana.  He […]

Indianapolis Colts: Pierre Garcon

Pierre Garcon was born August 8, 1986 in Carmel, New York.  He is entering his third season as a wide receiver of the Indianapolis Colts of the National Football League. Garcon started high school in New York, but transferred to John I. Leonard High School in Greenacres, Florida before his sophomore year.  He was a […]

Bob Lamey: Voice of the Indianapolis Colts

Bob Lamey was born December 23, 1938 in Chester, Pennsylvania, but he grew up in Victoria, Texas.  Lamey graduated from Texas Christian University, and earned his masters degree from Ohio University.  He’s currently the play-by-play announcer for the Indianapolis Colts of the National Football League. After spending five years as the voice of the ABA’s […]

Play It Again Sports: Sporting Equipment For Everyone!

If you’re tired of dealing with the high prices and unknowledgeable staff that accompany shopping at one those major chain sporting goods stores, Play It Again Sports in Carmel, Indiana, offers an excellent alternative.  Featuring new sporting goods and fitness equipment from major brand name manufacturers, AND high-quality used gear and equipment, Play It Again […]

Indiana Pacers 2010 NBA Draft Class

With a gaping hole in the back court and a valuable spot in the draft, many thought the Indiana Pacers would be dealing the 10th pick to acquire a point guard who could immediately bolster their chances of becoming a playoff team.  I know I certainly did.  It all made perfect sense.  We had something […]

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IZOD IndyCar Series Iowa Corn Indy 250

The IZOD IndyCar Series was back in action over the weekend at the Iowa Corn Indy 250. Iowa is the shortest track on the circuit, and the only one less than 1.5 miles in length.  25 drivers started the race, making it the largest field to ever take the green flag at the facility.  The […]

Mark Boyle: Voice of the Indiana Pacers

Boyle has served as the “Voice of the Indiana Pacers” since 1988, a role he’s held for a franchise record 22 seasons.  He’s in charge of handling the play-by-play duties for the Pacers radio broadcast on WFNI 1070 The Fan, with Indiana basketball legend Bobby “Slick” Leonard serving as his color analyst.  He is expected […]

Jeff Saturday: Indianapolis Colts Star Center

Born June 18, 1976 in Georgia, Jeff Saturday was a member of the Indianapolis Colts from 1999 through 2012. He’s was the starting center on the vaunted Colts offensive line, where he started a total of 197 games. Saturday was a standout football player for Shamrock High School in Atlanta, Georgia. He then went on […]

Herb Simon: Indiana Business Leader

Herb Simon was born October 23, 1934 in New York.  The Indianapolis business leader is currently the chairman and chief executive of Pacers Sports and Entertainment, and the operation’s sole owner.  He also runs the Simon Property Group, a lucrative development group that specializes in building malls.  Simon’s brother Mel was formerly his partner in […]

Slick Leonard: Indiana Basketball Legend

William Robert “Slick” Leonard was born July 17, 1932 in Terre Haute, Indiana.  He was a standout high school basketball player for Terre Haute Gerstmeyer, and went on to play at Indiana University and in the professional ranks.  Leonard is the former Head Coach of the Indiana Pacers, and is currently the team’s color analyst […]

Indianapolis Colts: Antoine Bethea

Antoine Bethea is currently the starting free safety for the Indianapolis Colts.  The 25-year old Bethea was born in Savannah, Georgia, but attended high school at Denbigh High in Newport News, Virginia. He continued his education, both on the field and in the classroom, at the historically black college Howard University.  While at Howard, Bethea […]

Sports of All Sorts: Fun for the Entire Family

Sports of All Sorts, located at 6602 Sunnyside Road on the Northeast Side of Indianapolis, is the Midwest’s largest indoor recreational sports facility.  With nearly 200,000 square feet, Sports of All Sorts currently features four soccer fields, four basketball courts, five volleyball courts, a baseball/softball area, and a fully stocked workout facility.  Both adult and […]

Indianapolis Baseball Players Making Major Impact

Indianapolis, Indiana isn’t exactly known as a hotbed of prep baseball talent, but in recent years there have been numerous players with local ties selected in the upper rounds of the Major League Baseball amateur draft, and many have worked their way up through the minors, and are currently playing in the top level of […]

Antoine Bethea Signs Long-Term Deal With Colts

We can shut the book on one of the Indianapolis Colts players contract dispute with the team.  No, Reggie Wayne didn’t get a new deal.  Neither did Robert Mathis. On Friday, Bill Polian and Jim Irsay agreed to terms with Pro-Bowl safety Antoine Bethea and his agent on a contract worth a reported $27 million […]

Photo View of Brothers in Broad Ripple

Brothers Bar & Grill is a chain bar/restaurant with a local feel.  Located in the heart of the Broad Ripple Village, Brothers offers pool tables, dart boards, excellent food specials ($1 burgers on Thursdays!), and a plethora of draft beers — over 40 in all.   The first thing you notice as soon as you […]