The Sports World will Respect, Reflect, and Remain Following the Aurora Colorado Shootings


A nation has been in mourning ever since the early minutes of July 20th, 2012. Early into the midnight screening of a summer action blockbuster, real shots rang out in a darkened movie theater in Aurora, Colorado. A lone gunman took […]

“Pacman” Jones Needs to Gobble up his Pride


You can’t teach an old dog new tricks, and a zebra doesn’t change its stripes. Either of those cliched statements could be used to describe Cincinnati Bengals beleaguered defensive back, Adam “Pacman” Jones. Adam’s nickname not only describes his ability to chase […]

The NFL Needs Make an Example of Justin Blackmon


NFL wide receiver Justin Blackmonwas in court before a judge on Monday, and plead not guilty to a charge of aggravated DUI. An aggravated DUI charge is given when the operator of a vehicle has a blood alcohol level of […]

Indiana Pacer Lance Stephenson Regrets Making “Choke” Sign to LeBron James

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In a well-publicised moment during the Indiana Pacers’victory over the Miami Heat at Bankers Life Fieldhouse Thursday night, Indiana guard Lance Stephenson put his hands around his throat and made a “choke” gesture from the bench, as LeBron James was […]

Dwayne Wade Calls Out Indiana Pacers After Game Two Loss at Home in NBA Playoffs


Dwayne Wade was unhappy with the Indiana Pacers celebrating on his home court, after they defeated the Miami Heat in game two of the Eastern Conference Semifinals on Tuesday night. Wade should be upset. The Miami Heat were (and still […]

It’s No Suprise That Andrew Luck Will be an Indianapolis Colt After the 2012 NFL Draft

Ryan Grigson, new general manager for the Indianapolis Colts, spoke to the media for a half-hour on Wednesday, concerning their choice for the number one overall pick in the 2012 NFL Draft. For the first time, Grigson mentioned that the Colts had made […]

Jim Irsay’s Mad Tweets Continue

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After posting a comment on Twitter earlier this week, concerning a three-hour meeting with Andrew Luck, Indianapolis Colts owner, Jim Irsay, recently posted a tweet about another quarterback draft prospect. Irsay’s tweet seems to try and influence other NFL teams to trade up and […]

Reggie Miller Leads 2012 Basketball Hall of Fame Inductees

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On Monday, the final inductees were announced for the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame class of 2012. The 12-member class is headed by former Indiana Pacer, Reggie Miller, who retired in 2005. Miller, a five-time NBA All-Star, played his […]

Why Tim Tebow and Peyton Manning Could be a Dynamic Duo for the Denver Broncos


It’s a horse of a different color, but all signs seem to indicate that Peyton Manning will be heading to the Denver Broncos, after 14 seasons as an Indianapolis Colt. The first of many concerns attached with this move, is what Denver […]

Report: Randy Moss Signs with San Fransisco 49ers


35-year-old free agent wide receiver, Randy Moss, visited San Fransisco on Monday, to tryout for the 49ers. Moss, who hasn’t played in the NFL since 2010, caught passes from head coach Jim Harbaugh, not quarterback Alex Smith. The new NFL season […]

Was Indiana Pacer Paul George Robbed of the NBA Slam Dunk Title?


The 2012 Sprite Slam Dunk Contest on NBA All-Star Saturday night was under-whelming to say the least. Several rules were changed to help the contest develop, reach out to fans, and to refrain from lagging. Some of these rule changes did […]

What’s up with the Wonderlic Test?


With the NFL Scouting Combine beginning in Indianapolis this weekend, dozens of potential pro football players will put their physical and mental skills to the test. Along with lifting weights and running routes, these young men will also be subject […]