(Undated) — Here is the latest sports news: Colts’ training camp opens next week. Pacers come to terms with Wilkins. Indians rip Braves. Fever crushed in San Antonio. NASCAR arrives in Indy this week.
>>Colts’ Training Camp Opens Next Week
(Indianapolis, IN) — Rookies for the Indianapolis Colts are due to report to training camp on Monday, while veterans will arrive with the team the following Saturday. The Colts are holding camp at the Indiana Farm Bureau Football Center after seven straight seasons at Anderson University. Indianapolis will host the Detroit Lions on August 13th to open preseason action.
>>Pacers Sign Wilkins
(Indianapolis, IN) — The Pacers are bringing in Damien Wilkins to help bolster the roster. The team agreed to a one-year, non-guaranteed veteran minimum deal for close to two-million dollars with Wilkins. The nine-year veteran has spent time with six teams and last played in 2013 with Philadelphia.
>>Indians Cruise Past Braves
(Lawrenceville, GA) — The Indians took a six-run in the top half of the first and never looked back as the cruised past the Gwinnett Braves 11-1 in Lawrenceville. Jordan Luplow keyed the offense with three hits, including a home run and two RBI. Eric Wood also went deep in the winning effort. Tyler Glasnow tossed six frames of 11-strikeout, one-run ball to improve his mark to 5-and-0. The teams play the second of a four-game set tonight, 7:05 p.m. first pitch.
>>Fever Crushed By Stars
(San Antonio, TX) — The Fever trailed by 21 at the half and could not recover as they were beaten by the Stars 85-61 in San Antonio. Tiffany Mitchell was the only Indy player to score in double figures with 13 points off the bench. Candace Dupree added nine points for the Fever as they fell to 3-and-8 on the road. The Fever dropped to 8-and-13 overall. They’ll wrap up a four-game road trip next Tuesday in Dallas.
>>Monster Series Heads To Indianapolis
(Indianapolis, IN) — The Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series heads to Indy for the Brickyard 400 at Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Qualifying takes place Saturday evening, with the 160-lap, 400-mile race to follow Sunday afternoon. Martin Truex Jr. enters the weekend atop the standings.