About Eddie Garrison

(Atlanta, GA) – The Indiana Pacers (8-5 | 3-2) and the Atlanta Hawk (6-7 | 2-5) set historic records in Indiana’s 157-152 win to advance to the knockout round in the in-season tournament.

It was no secret that what Shaq Leonard was being paid did not match the production on the field. Many expected the Indianapolis Colts to release Leonard after the season. But why release him now?

In the early stages of the season, there were questions surrounding if the Colts were a playoff team. Through eleven weeks of the season, that same question is being asked.

The Indiana Pacers (7-5 | 5-3) entered Sunday’s game with one blowout loss in the first 11 games of the season and left the game with two blowout losses. The Orlando Magic (8-5 | 4-4) dominated the Pacers from start to finish with a resounding 128-116 victory.

Indiana University and Purdue University might be in-state rivals and had high expectations a season ago. This year, one of those teams does and it’s not the Hoosiers.

The Indiana Pacers (5-3 | 4-2) scrap their way to a 134-118 victory over the Utah Jazz (2-7 | 0-5) for their second winning streak of the season.

Prior to last night’s dominating win over the San Antonio Spurs, Indiana Pacers point guard Tyrese Haliburton registered a double-double in each of the first five games

The Indiana Pacers (4-3) put on historic offensive performance to spoil Victor Wembanyama’s debut in Indianapolis by defeating the San Antonio Spurs (3-4) 152-111.

In 2022, Gus Bradley entered his first year as the defensive coordinator for the Indianapolis Colts after Matt Eberflus accepted the head coaching job for the Chicago Bears.

Tonight, on Trackside with Kevin Lee and Curt Cavin, they discuss the press conference where Christian Rasmussen spoke for the first time since the announcement that he will be joining Ed Carpenter Racing.