In the 10 years the National Football League has played in London, all but one of the 14 games have sold out, including Sunday's game featuring the Indianapolis Colts. The games are still losing money, but that's about to change, says an NFL exec.
Formerly based in Zionsville, Zak Brown is leaving his executive role with a global marketing firm. He admits only that he plans to be "heavily involved" in F1, but isn't as coy about the likelihood of a series race in Indianapolis.
Pacers officials are promising to transform the 18,165-seat fieldhouse from floor to ceiling for six special home games to look like each of the decades in which the team, which this season is celebrating its 50th season, has played.
On a day the Indiana Fever blew past beat Dallas 83-60 for the team's most lopsided win of the season, the score didn't really matter. One of the best and most beloved stars in WNBA history was about to say goodbye to her adopted hometown.