Tag Archives: Tyler Hansbrough

Martin Luther King’s “I Have a Dream Speech” Turns 50
August 28, 2013

by Kent Sterling Sports is a meritocracy.  Good is good.  Great is great.  And bad is bad.  The belief systems of those watching has no bearing upon the analysis of productivity.  So sports was always ahead of the curve in race relations. Long before Dr. King’s milestone prayer that one day his children would be […]

Indiana Pacers – Bird Gets Another Winner in Luis Scola
July 30, 2013

by Kent Sterling Larry Bird has been very busy turning over the back end of the roster this month.  He said rebuilding the second unit would be his second priority after re-signing starting power forward David West, and he can now take a deep breath as those two items on his to-do-list have been checked […]

Chicago Cubs Need to Look at Indiana Pacers for Lesson in Fan Appreciation
April 22, 2013

by Kent Sterling There was a time not too long ago that fans in what is now Bankers Life Fieldhouse bought all the available tickets, got to the game early, and were engaged throughout even meaningless games. Indianapolis was a Pacers town, and Reggie Miller was the hero of every grade school kid who ever […]

Paul George’s Triple Double Keys Pacers Playoff Opening Win
April 21, 2013

by Kent Sterling The game was never in doubt after the first three defensive possessions by the Indiana Pacers that led to uncontested Atlanta Hawks baskets.  The Pacers Paul George made certain of that. George is not Kobe or LeBron, but he is good enough to lead the Pacers to a 107-90 beat down of […]