(Undated) — Here is the latest sports news: Pacers welcome Bulls. Oladipo game-time call. Elko headed to Texas A&M. St. Brown headed to draft. College hoops roundup.

>>Pacers Welcome Bulls

(Indianapolis, IN) — The Pacers will return to the hardwood tomorrow for a home game against the Bulls. Indiana has dropped five in-a-row to fall to 19-and-19 overall. Despite the losing streak, the Pacers are still one game ahead of the Sixers for eighth place in the Eastern Conference. Chicago is 13-and-25 on the season.

>>Oladipo Game-Time Decision

(Indianapolis, IN) — Pacers star shooting guard Victor Oladipo is a game-time decision for tomorrow’s tilt with the Bulls. Oladipo was a full-participant in yesterday’s practice after missing the past four games with a right knee injury. The fourth-year pro is making a strong case to appear in his first All-Star game this season with career-high averages in points at 24.9 per game and rebounds with 5.3 per game.

>>Elko headed to Texas A&M

(South Bend, IN) — Notre Dame defensive coordinator Mike Elko, is headed to College Station after one season in South Bend. Elko will join newly hired head coach Jimbo Fisher at Texas A&M for the upcoming 2018 season. The former Fighting Irish defensive coordinator will reportedly make 1.8 million over three years with Texas A&M. Elko led a Notre Dame defense that ranked 11th in the nation for total defense.

>>St. Brown Headed To Draft

(South Bend, IN) — Notre Dame wide receiver Equanimeous St. Brown, will forgo his senior season and enter the 2018 NFL Draft. The junior wideout finished his final season in South Bend with 33 catches for 515 yards. St. Brown hauled in a total of 13 touchdowns in three seasons for the Fighting Irish. The 2018 NFL Draft will begin April 26th and end April 28th.

>>College Basketball Roundup

(Undated) — In local college hoops action, Butler will return to the court tomorrow to welcome 21st-ranked Seton Hall, while Indiana goes on the road to square off with Minnesota. Also returning to action tomorrow, Notre Dame will go on the road to face Syracuse, Indiana State will host Drake and Purdue will welcome Nebraska.