Earlier this week, the New Orleans Pelicans said they are interested in trading up to the #2 or #3 pick in the NBA Draft and are willing to part ways with either Zion Williamson or Brandon Ingram to make it happen. The Hornets own the #2 pick and are in the process of determining whether or not to draft Scoot Henderson or Brandon Miller. Today, Michael Jordan agreed to sell his majority stakes in the organization but will stay on through the NBA Draft, and the start of free agency, and before he leaves his ownership role, he may have one more big decision to make.
Fans around the world of college sports have been expressing concerns about the direction of amateur athletics for years. The elements that usually seem to come under fire the most are the transfer portal and NIL collectives that have been established. While those things certainly have their negatives, it doesn't seem to be the thing that could cost college sports fans.
Brett Jensen from WBT News joins Jeff Rickard on Charlotte Sports Today to discuss the North Carolina sports betting bill that just passed in the Senate and the House. Governor Cooper already said he will pass the bill when it lands on his desk so we can definitely expect sports betting to be legal in […]
The Super Regionals are set for the NCAA Baseball World Series! Let’s look at the matchups we have coming up this round. Only two teams from North Carolina are left in the bracket, Duke and Wake Forest. Duke defeated Coastal Carolina on June 5 with a score of 12-3 to advance. Wake Forest should have […]
Daron Vaught from ESPN+ and ACCNX joins the Mac & Bone show to recap the wild first weekend of the NCAA Baseball Tournament. An eventful weekend saw six teams from North Carolina get eliminated. The teams that packed their bags and headed home for the season include UNC, NC State, Charlotte, Campbell, UNCW, and ECU. […]
Jason Collette, Baseball Writer for RotoWire joined Kyle Bailey on Friday as he weighed in on the state of the MLB in 2023 entering 3 months, and how the rest of the year might play. The conversation started with the Braves, as Jason thinks the reason why they are still atop the NL East for […]
With the Oakland A's set to leave Oakland for Las Vegas, there are a lot of rumors about expansion around MLB, and the city of Charlotte is at the heart of the rumors. Along with Nashville, Charlotte has been identified as an ideal spot for an expansion MLB team, if and when the sport expands to 32 teams, just like in the NFL. The growth of Charlotte as a sports town has been well-documented, ever since the Hornets arrived in the 1980s. In the 1990s, the Carolina Panthers arrived, and Charlotte FC is currently in their second year of MLS play. Additionally, the city has hosted the Final Four, seen the Charlotte Knights relocate to uptown and much more.
The bracket for the Division 1 NCAA Baseball tournament is set! Games begin on Friday, June 2nd and with nine teams representing North Carolina, there are plenty of local eyes on how they perform. The nine teams in the tournament are Wake Forest, NC State, Coastal Carolina, Campbell, Duke, UNCW, ECU, UNC, and Charlotte. All […]
According to a new study, hotter, thinner air that allows balls to fly farther contributed to a surge in Major League Baseball home runs since 2010. Scientists studied 100,000 major league games and over 200,000 balls used in recent years, as well as weather conditions, stadiums, and other factors. “Global warming is juicing home runs […]
The well renowned Sports Attorney and 1/2 of the Conduct Detrimental Podcast Dan Lust joined Kyle Bailey on Wednesday’s edition of The Clubhouse as he broke down the many nuances to the ongoing Deshaun Watson case, and Dan also looked at the current MLB Lockout. The first topic broached with Deshaun Watson’s situation as Dan […]