AM-1310 The Light Sports with Kim Wells

The road to a feat not done since 1988 goes through family tonight. Serena Williams meets big sister Venus Tuesday night in the quarterfinals of the U.S. Open in New York. Serena is in the hunt for a calendar year Grand Slam. That’s the feat last done in ’88 by Steffi Graf. She’s also pursuing her fourth straight […]

Another controversy is brewing about the new Will Smith head-trauma film “Concussion” one day after its trailer debuted on the web and three months before it’s scheduled to hit theaters.  According to a story published in “The New York Times” on Tuesday, where the paper cites studio emails leaked in the hack of Sony Pictures, the film ”Concussion” […]

A new training center and office complex for the Indiana Pacers in downtown Indy??? Some of our listeners want to know why, when the team’s home, Bankers Life Fieldhouse, is a modern-era NBA arena. Bill Benner with Pacers Sports and Entertainment told media this week that the new facility would help the team stay competitive with […]

It’s National Basketball Association Draft time–a night of high anxiety, big deals, hard work on the hard woods potentially paying off and colorful athletic caps paired with fancy men’s suits. The Indiana Pacers are getting geared up for Thursday’s league event. They’ll have the opportunity to pick fresh new players. Indiana will select 11th overall […]

We’ve now learned that the Louisiana man who lost his life in a drowning accident Thursday on Morse Reservoir is a student athlete at the University of Indianapolis. Fox 59 is reporting that the drowning victim has been identified as UIndy basketball player, Dai-Jon Parker. Parker transferred to the university, located on Indy’s south side after […]

The Houston Rockets have held on and will live to see another game in the 2015 NBA Playoffs. Houston avoided elimination –despite heavy rains and flooding that have taken over the area– by beating the Golden State Warriors finally in Game Four of the Western Conference finals on Memorial Day evening.  The score was 128-115. Golden […]

The 2015 National Football League Draft is underway in Chicago–the first time the draft has been outside New York City since 1965 and while at this historic location for the event, the Indianapolis Colts have made their selection in the first round. To hear more about who the “Horseshoe” decided to pick and why, click […]

The final day of the NBA regular season is here and there’s still a lot to be decided. The eighth-seed in both the Western Conference and Eastern Conference is still up for grabs. New Orleans can clinch it in the West by beating the Spurs at home. If the Pelicans lose, they leave the door […]

It’s a pretty big sports day in Indy today!!! Over screams of “play ball,” the Indianapolis Indians take on the Mud Hens in a little baseball action at Victory Field this morning at 11:05 a.m. It’s the second of a two-game home stand for the Indians. In NBA action, the Indiana Pacers are still in […]