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May 20, 2011
 

Heartland Summer Series: Tom Lewis

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On this episode of the HSS Podcast, Jimmy talks with Indy Cornrows manager Tom Lewis about the critical offseason facing the Indiana Pacers. The guys discuss everything from Larry Bird’s performance as General Manager, to roster needs, to swirling trade rumors. Can the Pacers keep their momentum going? What should they do in the draft? And is Danny Granger no longer “untouchable”? Tune in and find out!

*music by Dell Zell check them out here: http://www.myspace.com/DellZellMusic

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Pierce Cavanaugh
Cavanaugh – a senior – is in his final year of content production for IUSportCom. After chronicling Indiana football’s 2011 season as a beat writer/columnist, and covering Hoosier basketball’s return to the Sweet Sixteen as a contributing writer, the Indianapolis native was promoted to Co-Managing Editor of IUSportCom in the spring of 2012. Twitter: @JPCIV E-mail: jpcavana@indiana.edu



 
 

 
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