Query & Company

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During the regular season, the Indiana Pacers went 4-1 against the Milwaukee Bucks. All five of those games are now irrelevant with each team 0-0 now and both teams are totally different.

Indiana won four of the five games between the two Central Division foes, including the In-Season Tournament Quarterfinals in Las Vegas early in the year. This begs the question, can Indiana sustain its recent success against the Eastern Conference giant and win its first playoff series since 2014?

The Pacers have positioned themselves well heading into the final weekend of the NBA's regular season, needing just one win or a Philadelphia loss to guarantee at least the No. 6 seed and the team's first playoff series since 2020.

On Saturday, the Purdue Boilermakers will take on the North Carolina State Wolfpack with the chance for Purdue to win its first NCAA Tournament Championship game.

This offseason marked another year where the Indianapolis Colts were one of the top teams in cap space. Fans get their hopes up thinking General Manager Chris Ballard will change his free agency approach to support his "rookie" quarterback.

At 7:39pm tonight, the Purdue Boilermakers continue their quest for their first NCAA Tournament Championship against the Gonzaga Bulldogs. Earlier in the season, Purdue defeated Gonzaga 73-62 in the Maui Invitational. Zach Edey led the Boilermakers in scoring with 25 points. He also inhaled 14 rebounds. Gonzaga's leading scorer was Graham Ike with 14 points.

Being a fan of a professional or collegiate team is one of the beautiful things in life. It brings people together, creates life lasting memories, and allows people to decompress from a tough day at work.

Earlier this season, the Purdue Boilermakers defeated the Gonzaga Bulldogs 73-63 in the Maui Invitational. Zach Edey led all scorers with 25 points and 14 rebounds. On Friday night, the two teams face off to head to the Elite Eight.

After two NCAA Tournament appearances, and graduating four starters, it was a down season for Mike Woodson and the Indiana Hoosiers. It led to fans booing the team off the floor on occasions and fans wanting Woodson fired.

All season long the Purdue Boilermakers had to listen to people bring up Fairleigh Dickinson, Saint Peter's, and North Texas. Many people have stated that what they do in the regular season and Big Ten Tournament does not matter. What matters now is NCAA Tournament success.