Davidson coach Bob McKillop remains close to Steph Curry, his former star, and believes Curry is being unfairly criticized for his defense. McKillop also said he believes Curry's knee and ankle look healthy.
Steph Curry took out his mouthpiece and screamed "This is my f----- house" to his home fans as Golden State routed Houston in Game 3 of the Western Conference finals. The profanity did not go unnoticed by his mother.
One play stood out at at the first session of the Carolina Panthers’ rookie camp. Vasyl Lomachenko proves art, boxing can dance together. NBA lottery trip to see Charlotte Hornets draw was an eye-opener.
Carolina Panthers rookie camp: Former Penn State Nittany Lions guard Brendan Mahon, an undrafted free agent, was one of five core players from the 2012 PSU recruiting class that chose to stay in Happy Valley after the Jerry Sandusky scandal.
The Supreme Court has ended a 1992 law that banned sports betting in any state but Nevada. Easier access to gambling is likely to incite the people who are bigger fans of conspiracies than they are of the NFL, NBA, MLB, NCAA, NASCAR, etc.
Former Carolina Panthers cornerback Josh Norman, now with Washington, has made it to the finale of ABC’s “Dancing with the Stars.” The former Coastal Carolina star has a movie picked out for inspiration.
While football deals with more routine topics at the ACC's annual meetings, men's basketball is trying to get a handle on the future of the sport in the wake of the FBI investigation into basketball corruption and the Rice Commission's findings and recommendations.
The U.S. Supreme Court struck down a 1992 federal law on Monday, paving the way toward legalized sports gambling around the country. The decision will at least serve to regulate what has often been an illegal but common practice.
News of the Supreme Court ruling that essentially legalized gambling arrived on the first morning of the ACC's spring meetings Monday. The conference, like other college and pro sports leagues, is just beginning to reckon with the consequences.
North Carolina FC midfielder Austin da Luz felt like he needed to respond in some way to HB2 and the way it portrayed his home state. His "Playing for Pride" fundraising campaign to support LGBTQ rights, in its second year, has taken off beyond what he ever imagined.
Condoleezza Rice, who leads the independent Commission on College Basketball, said her group offers no official recommendation on whether college athletes should make money off their name and likeness. Rice said it should be the courts who decide.