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  • Samuel Hoffman | The Journal Gazette The Mad Ant, in public for the first time in blue, greets kids at the annual Three Rivers parade Saturday. The Mad Ants have adopted the blue-and-gold colors of the NBA's Indiana Pacers, who own and operate the developmental NBA Gatorade League team. Not only is the mascot no longer crimson, his build has also been tweaked to make him less intimidating to youngsters.

Saturday, July 08, 2017 4:40 pm

Meet the new Mad Ant

JUSTIN A. COHN | The Journal Gazette

The Mad Ant, in public for the first time in blue, greets kids at the annual Three Rivers parade Saturday. The Mad Ants have adopted the blue-and-gold colors of the NBA's Indiana Pacers, who own and operate the developmental NBA Gatorade League team. Not only is the mascot no longer crimson, his build has also been tweaked to make him less intimidating to youngsters.

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