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Undated)  —  Here is the latest sports news:  Resting Pacers fall to Hornets.  Pacers sit back and await playoff opponent.  Indians can’t keep up with Mud Hens.  Indians wrap up series with Mud Hens today.  IU getting QB grad transfer from Arizona.

>>Resting Pacers Fall To Hornets

(Indianapolis, IN)  —  With nothing on the line, the Pacers rested three starters and lost their regular-season finale 119-93 to the Hornets at Bankers Life Fieldhouse.  Glenn Robinson the Third and Darren Collison each scored 13 points for Indiana, which is the fifth seed in the East at 48-and-34.  The NBA playoffs start on Saturday.

>>Pacers Sit Back And Await Playoff Opponent

(Indianapolis, IN)  —  The Pacers now sit back and watch tonight to see what team they will face in the playoffs.  Indiana will face Philadelphia if the Sixers lose to the Bucks tonight and the Cavaliers beat the Knicks.  The Pacers will play the Cavs in the first round if Philly beats Milwaukee tonight or Cleveland loses at New York.

>>Indians Can’t Keep Up With Mud Hens

(Indianapolis, IN)  —  The Indians fell behind 4-0 in the first inning and never recovered in a 9-6 loss to the Mud Hens at Victory Field.  Starter Casey Sadler was smacked around for 11 hits and nine runs, including five earned, in less than five innings to take the loss.  Max Moroff and Austin Meadows drove in two runs each in defeat.

>>Indians Wrap Up Series With Mud Hens Today

(Indianapolis, IN)  —  The Indians and Mud Hens go at it one more time today at Victory Field.  The teams wrap up their three-game series this morning, with first pitch at 11:05 a.m.  Indianapolis will hit the road for seven games at Buffalo and Syracuse starting tomorrow.  The Indians are 2-and-3, two games behind Toledo in the IL West.

>>IU Getting QB Grad Transfer From Arizona

(Bloomington, IN)  —  The University of Indiana is adding another quarterback to the mix.  Graduate transfer Brandon Dawkins announced his intention on Twitter to leave the University of Arizona and join the Hoosiers.  He played in seven games for the Wildcats last season, throwing for 732 yards, five touchdowns and four interceptions.

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