Tag Archives: A.J. Hammons

Indiana Basketball – Five reasons to part ways with Tom Crean; 11-million to wait
March 25, 2015

by Kent Sterling The future of beleaguered Indiana Basketball coach Tom Crean is being weighed in Bloomington based on a number of factors.  The most meaningful is money.  And make no mistake, when decisions are made by adults, money is always the determining factor. There are other components, but plugging in the dollars usually leads […]

Great Day of Hoops Wraps Action in 2013 for Pacers, Hoosiers, Bulldogs, and Boilermakers
December 31, 2013

by Kent Sterling Today’s games ended much as 2013 with be remembered among hoops fans in Indiana – thrilling, but ultimately unfulfilling. The Pacers and Hoosiers kicked things off simultaneously, and I did my best to keep an eye on both while at Bankers Life Fieldhouse celebrating the New Year with the tenth sellout crowd […]

Purdue Basketball – A.J. Hammons Suspended for Three Games – What Does It Mean
October 28, 2013

by Kent Sterling A.J. Hammons is proof that sometimes God plays tricks on people.  Every once in awhile, he matches the wrong brain and body. Such is the case with center A.J. Hammons, who has always been physically gifted, but not a real fan of the game of basketball.  That’s the assumption I make from […]

Best Week of the Sports Calendar Is Here – All Leagues in Action
October 28, 2013

by Kent Sterling This is the week.  This is THE week.  The NFL hit the halfway mark of the regular season, the NBA is ready for opening night.  The World Series is now a best two-of-three series.  College football is heating up as teams are halfway through the conference schedule.  The NHL is about ten […]

Indianapolis Sports – Never More Interesting with Only Pacers a “Sure Thing”
August 14, 2013

by Kent Sterling Back and forth I go about the predicted fortunes of the Indianapolis Colts.  They are projected to win anywhere from six to 12 games, and that’s an unusually huge swath between potential success and failure.  Hard to imagine most NFL teams winning more than 12 or less than six (except for the […]

Purdue Basketball – Week’s Third Transfer Says Goodbye to Boilers
April 16, 2013

by Kent Sterling A few years ago, my boss walked into a department head meeting and said, “I like all of you, but I love my family.” If Matt Painter didn’t say that in words this week as three Boilermakers have departed for parts unknown, the message is clear. What happened last season will not […]