The basketball world mourns the loss of a true icon as NBA Hall of Famer Bill Walton passed away at the age of 71 after a courageous battle with cancer. Known not only for his prowess on the court but also for his colorful commentary and larger-than-life personality, Walton leaves behind a lasting legacy that […] The post NBA Hall Of Famer Bill Walton Dead at 71 appeared first on 93.5 / 107.5 The Fan.

What was shaping up to be a historic day of racing stateside turned into a never-ending mess thanks to Mother Nature. The Indy 500 was delayed nearly 4 hours on the dot due to severe weather, while the Coke 600 was called off after 249 laps, marking the first time that the crown jewel race […]

Photos: Josef Newgarden Wins The Indianapolis 500 In a thrilling display of skill and determination, Josef Newgarden emerged victorious at the 108th running of the prestigious Indianapolis 500, marking his second consecutive win at the iconic event. The race, held at the historic Indianapolis Motor Speedway, witnessed Newgarden etch his name in motorsport history by […] The post Photos: Josef Newgarden Wins The Indianapolis 500 appeared first on 93.5 / 107.5 The Fan.

The Dallas Mavericks inched closer to punching their ticket to the NBA Finals after Luka Doncic hit a game-winning three-pointer, giving the Mavs a 109-108 victory over the Minnesota Timberwolves.

Charles Barkley has had a whirlwind week. He expounded on his beef with Kendrick Perkins, picked a fight with WNBA players over “petty” Caitlin Clark treatment, and now he’s turned his sights to his employer. For the last few weeks, there have been rumors about Inside The NBA‘s future because of TNT’s contract expiring, so […]

The Panthers first offseason under Dan Morgan and Dave Canales is almost complete and a lot of big moves were made on both sides of the ball. Former Panthers RB Jonathan Stewart joined Kyle Bailey to assess the moves and how they could impact the team in 2024. The main point of discussion for J-Stew […]


In today's college athletics, there isn't much of an off-season for major sports like football and basketball, which makes for a busy spring on and off the field. For Charlotte, while they failed to make the NCAA Tournament, they've been busy trying to rebuild their roster for 2024-25. Biff Poggi completed his second spring, as Charlotte's head football coach, as he looks to guide the 49ers to their second-ever bowl appearance, and Charlotte softball made the NCAA Tournament, after winning the American Conference tournament, their first season in the conference. 

Frustrations with star guard LaMelo Ball are starting to grow for Hornets fans, especially with the latest bit of poor offseason publicity for the franchise that involves him. WSOC-TV in Charlotte reported Tuesday that Ball and the Hornets are being sued by a woman, Tamaria McRae, who claims that he ran over her son’s foot […]

Most sports fans by now have seen the 30 for 30 sports documentary Broke by now, and the epidemic still manages to hit some of the biggest athletes of our time despite having more resources at their disposal than ever before. The latest is outspoken former NFL wide receiver Antonio Brown. In true AB fashion, […]

Caitlin Clark‘s barely been in the WNBA for a month and she’s been non stop dominating the headlines. She’s been critiqued for only getting some attention because she’s a white woman in a predominantly Black sport, but she’s luckily got some elite basketball players on her side. The first was LeBron James, who appeared on […]