Charlotte Hornets work out Kentucky Wildcats forward Kevin Knox on Sunday. Will he last until 11 in Thursday NBA draft? Is he high on Charlotte's list? Did you know Knox, son of a former Florida State receiver, has a friend on the roster?
Not so long ago, Charlotte Country Day all-state offensive lineman Triston Miller was getting no college offers and was ready to give up football. On June 29, he'll pick from five Power 5 conference schools as his FBS destination.
Phil Mickelson might have outsmarted himself, Daniel Berger and Tony Finau came from 11 shots back to share the Round 3 lead with Dustin Johnson and Brooks Koepka, and the U.S. Open at Shinnecock Hills turned slightly sideways and sinister.
Analysis: The NBA draft is also prime time for trades. The Charlotte Hornets have a history of busy Junes. Will new general manager Mitch Kupchak continue the trend in 2018? Also: What No. 11 is worth; evaluating the point guard situation.
Hickory Ridge cornerback Garrett Williams was in sixth grade when he realized he wanted to be on the Ragin’ Bulls football team. Friday, the three-star prospect displayed his talent at the Carolina Panthers' annual 7-on-7 passing tournament.
The N.C. Independent Schools Athletic Association is planning major changes to its playoff and conference structure. Plus two prominent players are moving from one Mecklenburg County school to another, and Jay Edwards' athletes of the spring sports season
The UNC Tar Heels lost its starting pitcher to an unknown injury Saturday, and Mike Fox was forced to use starting pitcher Cooper Criswell for two innings late in the game. Now they have to figure out who they could start in an important game on Monday.
Zach Attianese, a former UNC baseball player, died in a car crash, UNC coach Mike Fox said Saturday. Attianese pitched his freshman season at UNC before transferring for more playing time. He was loved by his former teammates, Fox said.
Grayson Allen prepped Ted Cruz and confidently predicted the U.S. senator from Texas would top late-night TV star Jimmy Kimmel in their one-on-one basketball battle. Cruz won his one-on-one game against Kimmel at Texas Southern University in Houston, meaning Kimmel was on the hook to donate $5,000 to the charity of Cruz’s choice.