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Don’t Count Out the Indiana Fever Yet

It’s been a tough season for the 2012 WNBA Champion Indiana Fever this year. Last year, they went 22–12, came in 2nd in the NBA Eastern Conference, and won the entire thing. This year, they’re 1 – 6, and many Read more >

Spring is Here Really? No Joking This Time, Right?

Just like most weather professionals in Indiana, I really have no clue what the weather is going to do this weekend. All the DopRads and the StormForces in the state don’t seem to know when Spring will actually arrive . Read more >

Hoosier Hysteria – Basketball Hall of Fame

March is here and so it begins. Television dominated by basketball. Everything right now is centered around the rankings, the conference tournaments, the brackets. You get the picture. This all reminded me of the Indiana Basketball Hall of Fame and Read more >

Hinkle Fieldhouse: Combining History and Athletics

Can you hear the sneakers squeaking on the hardwood? Was that a basketball I heard bouncing? Yep, that’s right, folks. College basketball is BACK! And when my favorite time of year comes around, I can’t help but get excited thinking Read more >

Catch the Action: Fort Wayne’s Winter Sports Scene

When it comes to winter sports scene — Northeast Indiana does not disappoint. Fort Wayne, Indiana is home to the Mad Ants, a NBA D-League basketball team and the Komets, an ECHL hockey team. Fans here are die-hard and a live game by either team — or both — should make an appearance on your itinerary during your next visit to the area! Read more >

Olympic Beginnings Around Indiana

The 2012 Summer Olympics is only 3 days away! If you’re like me, your eyes are on London for this massive event. What you might not know is that countless members of Team USA have Indiana ties. And you can experience Read more >

Indiana Fever Add to State’s Basketball Legacy

As the jingle goes, “there’s more than corn in Indiana.” There’s also basketball. Lots of basketball. Exciting basketball. And most exciting of all is that some of the most successful hardwood heroes in the state right now are women. The Indiana Fever, Read more >