Here is the latest sports news: OTA’s continue for Colts. NFL owners vote for new National Anthem policy. Pacers’ Oladipo named All-Defensive First Team. Bats crush Indians. Fever host Mystics.
>>OTA’s Continue For Colts
(Indianapolis, IN) — Organized team activities continue today for the Indianapolis Colts today. Andrew Luck was present yesterday and took part in some minor drills, but still isn’t throwing the football. Jacoby Brissett quarterbacked the first-team offense. First-round pick Quenton Nelson took snaps with the starters at left guard. Today is the final practice of the week for the Colts, who will start back up on Wednesday.
>>NFL Owners Approve Fine For Kneeling During National Anthem
(Atlanta, GA) — The NFL says players on the sideline “shall stand and show respect for the flag and the Anthem.” That’s according to NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell, who said the new policy subjects teams to a fine if a player or any other team personnel do not “show appropriate respect for the anthem.” Teams will also have the ability to fine any player for kneeling. Players will have the option to remain in the locker room during the anthem.
>>Pacers’ Oladipo Named NBA All-Defensive First Team
(Indianapolis, IN) — Pacers guard Victor Oladipo is one of five players on the NBA’s All-Defensive First Team. The teams were announced yesterday. The 25-year-old led the league with 2.4 steals per game. He also averaged a career-high 5.2 rebounds per game. Oladipo is also one of three finalists for Most Improved Player.
>>Bats Crush Indians
(Indianapolis, IN) — Austin Coley gave up eight hits and six runs over four innings as the Bats crushed the Indians 10-2 at Victory Field. Coley fell to 1-and-3. Max Moroff homered in defeat for the Tribe, which fell to 23-and-20. The series continues today at 11:05 a.m.
>>Fever Host Mystics
(Indianapolis, IN) — The Fever seek their first win of 2018 as they host the Washington Mystics tonight. Indiana is 0-and-3 following a loss to Los Angeles on Tuesday. The Mystics enter at 2-and-0. Tip-off is at 7 p.m.