Former Carolina Panthers tight end Greg Olsen called it a career after 14 seasons in the NFL on Sunday. The three-time pro bowler told the world he would step away from playing and enter the broadcast booth as an analyst for FOX Sports' NFL coverage starting next season.
"My thing is, he ain't happy with that, but he ain't going to show that," LaVar Ball told TMZ Sports. "If I train you to be the best and always have been starting all your life — here is what they don't get. My boys are not freakin' role players. They are superstars! Let them do what they do."
With Charlotte buzzing about the Hornets young core, it makes the Mac Attack question if this town is now a Hornets town more than anything else. Mac says in he has been in Charlotte since 2005 and that he has never seen this much excitement with the Hornets. Fans don’t seem to be as excited […]
An illustrious 23-year career for the 20-time All-Star who hit 755 home runs during that time. Aaron's record stood until Barry Bonds retired with 762 home runs in 2007. However, some baseball historians and record keepers refuse to acknowledge Bonds' record due to his involvement with steroid use throughout his career.
NBA Twitter thinks Shaq went too far during his interview with Utah Jazz star Donovan Mitchell. The retired NBA baller told Mitchell he doesn't think he doesn't have what it takes to take his game to the next level.
The Charlotte Hornets play the Chicago Bulls tonight at Spectrum Center at 7pm. This game carries a special message however, something way bigger than basketball…. social justice and equality. This week Hornets Sports & Entertainment (HSE) launched a new initiative and a social justice platform to “promote inclusion, uplift voices and bridge divides in […]
Out of the 4 QB’s remaining in the NFL Playoffs, Mac and T-Bone discuss which QB’s legacy could benefit the most from a Super Bowl win. The 4 QB’s remaining are Patrick Mahomes, Josh Allen, Tom Brady, and Aaron Rodgers.
If this happens, this might be the only good thing that Donald Trump would leave behind after four terrible years as President of the United States.
Michael Jordan hit a lick at Joe Biden and Kamala Harris' Inauguration today (Jan. 20), and he wasn't even there. What was present and accounted for were noticeable pairs of his Air Jordan 1 signature shoe on attendees, including a pair of the coveted and pricey Air Jordan 1 x Dior collab.
There have been rumors swirling around the last few days regarding the Panthers and Deshaun Watson. The price for Watson would obviously be steep if they decide to move him, and the Panthers could use All-Pro RB Christian McCaffrey to sweeten the trade.
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