Jan 202014
Paul George Executes 360 Windmill Slam Dunk On LA Clippers

Paul George of the Indiana Pacers didn’t just help his team beat the Los Angeles Clippers 106 to 92, he also embarrassed LA.

Just take this viral clip published by the NBA of George performing a sick 360 windmill slam dunk after a break away steal.


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To promote their Inside The NFL series, SHOWTIME SPORTS published this touching story of Danny Webber, and his dream to go to an Indiana Colts game.

The elderly US Navy vet has a terminal disease, and knows his time is ticking away. He wanted to live out a few last wishes, one of which was to go to an NFL Colts game and meet his favorite quarterback Andrew Luck

Well, the Colts heard about Danny and insisted that it would be their honor to host the 74 year old. Danny had the special chance to go on field, hang out a bit, and rub shoulders with big names and famous athletes.

„One of my last Sundays. I never dreamed this would be one of them.“

Now, the new video is going viral, standing with over 80,000 hits. The story is further featured on Colts, StampedBlue, and SportsGrid


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Okt 142012

This older video from 2009 has just surged in popularity on Sunday. With help from Ben BizunehJosh Cocks offers a very helpful and insightful tour of Indiana University’s central campus in Bloomington that has viewers laughing at his humorous point of view and comedic style. 


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Last week, tornadoes and windy storms struck the Midwest, tearing through parts of Missouri, Illinois, and southern Indiana. Sadly, small Indiana country towns Marysville and Henryville were especially struck, as one sheriff is quoted saying, ‚Marysville is completely gone.‘ Read more on Time.




Another viral video taken near Borden, Indiana.


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Jan 232012

Indiana Pacers mascot Boomer visited the small town of New Palestine right outside of Indianapolis for the Friday night high school basketball game against Triton Central. During halftime, Boomer was supposed to put on a big show, but it ended earlier than expected after his first dunk that took down the backboard! Read more on IndyStar.


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