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"Basketball Day in Indiana": Embrace Hoosier Hysteria This Saturday

Five Games Over Thirteen Hours Means All The Hoosier Hoops Coverage You Could Ever Want

(Photo courtesy of Fox Sports Indiana)

If you love basketball--and what Hoosier doesn't?--you'll want to clear your schedule on Saturday and make plans to enjoy the first-ever "Basketball Day in Indiana", a project of the IHSAA, the Indiana Pacers and Fever, and Fox Sports Indiana. 

The first-ever day just for Hoosier hoops consists of five games: three marquee high school match-ups, Butler versus Cincinnati at Hinkle Fieldhouse, and the Pacers and Portland Trail Blazers at Banker's Life Fieldhouse. You can also join Fox Sports Indiana on Georgia Street downtown, where they'll be celebrating with food, games, and live pre- and post-game shows.

If you can't catch the games in person, Fox Sports Indiana has you covered. FSI has thirteen hours of continuous live coverage on deck for Saturday, beginning at 8 a.m. and going straight through until 11 p.m. And if radio is more your speed, tune your dial to 107.5 The Fan to listen in as the Butler Bulldogs take the court at 4:30.

More info is available at FoxSportsIndiana.com or pacers.com.


Schedule of Events (Subject to Change on Game Day)

8 AM        The Anderson Wigwam (special)

8:30 AM   The Milan Miracle (special)

9 AM        Girls Basketball: Carmel vs. Center Grove

12 PM      Boys Basketball: Lapel vs. New Castle

2 PM        Boys Basketball: North Central vs. New Albany

4 PM        Basketball Day in Indiana Live show 

4:30 PM   Men’s Basketball: Cincinnati at Butler 

6:30 PM   Pacers Live pregame 

7  PM       Portland Trail Blazers at Indiana Pacers

9:30 PM   Pacers Live postgame 

10 PM      Basketball Day in Indiana Live wrap-up show 

 

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