Pacers star Victor Oladipo goes down with serious knee injury

Pacers star guard Victor Oladipo went down with a gruesome knee injury in the 2nd quarter of the Pacers games Wednesday night at Banker's Life Fieldhouse.  As Oladipo was chasing down a ball, he fell and let out a scream and looked at his team and knew it was serious as he screamed with trainers coming in at a silent Banker's Life Fieldhouse.  The official Pacers report is that Victor Oladipo suffered a severe knee injury and will get an MRI on Thursday.    #PrayerstoVictor I am sick to my stomach as I was watching the Paul George injury live on tv.  We have had nothing but bad luck here in Indy with our sports stars. George, Manning, Luck and now

Jim Irsay Not Knowing about Luck going to IR is what’s wrong with the Colts

So earlier today, a sports columnist from Denver made some waves through the Twitter world when he said that Colts owner Jim Irsay didn't feel like he was told everything and was misled with the Andrew Luck injury.  ESPN Radio this afternoon also said that Irsay mentioned that he didn't know the severity of the Luck injury.  How the hell does the owner not know the health situation of your star franchise quarterback? Per multiple sources #Colts owner Jim Irsay is privately furious about Andrew Luck situation. Feels he has been misled throughout. — Benjamin Allbright (@AllbrightNFL) November 2, 2017 Jim has no clue what is going on with this team and HE mislead all of the Indianapolis fans and media regarding Andrew Luck. 

Pacers unveil new jerseys, court design and secondary logo; “I’m a fan”

Today, the Indiana Pacers rebranded their image tonight and unveiled new uniforms, a secondary logo, and a new court design. The jerseys have received mixed feelings from fans and a consensus loves the new court design and secondary logo.     The new court design is fresh with the blue and white and large Pacers logo now in the middle of the floor.  The new secondary logo is located on each side of the court and the new motto "We Grow Basketball Here" along the sideline. My Grade :  A       The new jerseys look sharp with the side inserts and piping.  The circle logo looks sharp with an homage to the "Circle City" and looks crisp.  The first thing I thought when I

George tells Pacers he is leaving after 2018; Now it’s time to scramble

Well folks.....the news that Pacers fans have been waiting to hear, happened this afternoon while everyone was celebrating Father's Day.  Paul George let the Pacers organization know that when he becomes a free agent in 2018, he will not re-sign with the team.  Adrian Wojnarowski tweeted that the George will likely join the Lakers in 2018. Sources: All-Star Paul George tells Pacers he plans to leave franchise in 2018 free agency, prefers Lakers. — Adrian Wojnarowski (@WojVerticalNBA) June 18, 2017 I wrote a similar blog back on July 6th, 2016 saying that Pacers needed to look at trading PG before he leaves and guess what......he's leaving folks.  See the link below for the article last year. So now Pritchard and the Pacers have