With a chance to select potential future star Michael Porter Jr. in the 2018 NBA draft Thursday, Charlotte instead ended up with the safer choice of Michigan State's Miles Bridges. Porter, though, was a risk worth taking.
A year after the ACC had a record-breaking 10 players selected in the first round of the NBA draft, the league has the potential for another strong draft class, and perhaps more players drafted overall Thursday night, June 21, 2018.
What Phil Mickelson did to earn a two-stroke penalty at the U.S. Open on Saturday means one thing to golf purists, and another thing entirely to me. Here’s what his actions mean for how he’ll be remembered.
North Carolina's Theo Pinson is the first winner of the Caulton Tudor Award honoring cooperation with the Triangle media in memory of the former News & Observer columnist. He's joined by three retroactive winners, one from each school
The Charlotte Hornets traded Dwight Howard Wednesday for little-used Brooklyn Nets backup center Timofey Mozgov and two second-round draft picks. The trade came exactly a year after the Hornets traded for Howard and made many wonder: Why?
Stephen Curry's NBA draft in 2009 was just as imprecise as the 2018 one will be Thursday. The former Davidson star had no desire to be picked by Golden State nine years ago, but his preferred destination never did materialize.
Captain Munnerlyn, the Carolina Panthers and former South Carolina Gamecocks cornerback, is easy to overlook. The Panthers have tried. They even let him slip away to the Minnesota Vikings for three seasons.
Short takes: Florida Gators baseball team makes play of the season to get into College World Series, a World Cup soccer pick, best NBA team ever, Mississippi blues advice from former Carolina Panthers star Wesley Walls, Cam Newton’s joy.
When NFL players are criticized, they’re often referred to as pampered and overpaid. But as the Carolina Panthers pare their rosters in minicamp, training camp for the regular season, it’s evident those terms don’t apply.
The favorites for to sign NBA free agent LeBron James include: Los Angeles Lakers and Clippers (ah, Hollywood), Houston Rockets; Philadelphia 76ers and Cleveland Cavaliers. Despite what ESPN commentator said, the Charlotte Hornets won’t.
Russian player Andrei Svechnikov, the presumptive No. 2 pick in this month's NHL draft, visited the Carolina Hurricanes on Tuesday and Wednesday, giving a glimpse into his likely future -- and the team's.