Almost seven months after a gruesome leg injury seemingly ended his season, the Pacers’ star finished his first full practice — three days ahead of schedule. Now, the next countdown can begin: When will he play?
According to WANE-TV’s sources former Indiana University standout Will Sheehey is not practicing with the Fort Wayne Mad Ants and is not currently with the team.
The Mad Ants, sponsored by Lutheran Health Network, got the win at home, Sunday February 22nd, taking down the Grand Rapids Drive 91-81 at the Allen Co. War Memorial Coliseum.
For the Mad Ants, Andre Emmett finished the night with a game-high 28 points, connecting on 10-of-18 shots.
In his previous 47 regular season games as a Mad Ant, he averaged 15.1 points and 4.6 rebounds per game.
The Grand Rapids Drive (16-15) topped the division-leading Fort Wayne Mad Ants (20-14) at home on Thursday night by a score of 94-80. The win snaps a three-game losing streak for the Drive.
Former Texas Tech star talks bug soup, Bob Knight, and his basketball dream.
Former I.U. standout Christian Watford tallied 18 points in his return to the Hoosier State.
Guard Xavier Thames brings an impressive resume to the Mad Ants roster, as the former Mountain West Player of the Year joined Fort Wayne’s D-League team on Wednesday.
Mad Ants leading scorer Andre Emmett poured in 28 on the way to game MVP honors leading the Future over the Prospects 129-94 in the annual NBA Development League All-Star Game.
The San Diego Padres have announced the TinCaps’ coaching staff for the 2015 season. Francisco Morales is set to become Fort Wayne’s manager, while Burt Hooton will return for his third year as the team’s pitching coach and Lance Burkhart replaces his brother Morgan as hitting coach.
By his senior year, Thames was averaging 17.6 points and 3.2 assists per game in his 36 games with San Diego State; these stats resulted in Thames being named the 2014 Mountain West Player of the Year,