The Carolina Hurricanes return to PNC Arena following a four-game road trip when they host the Anaheim Ducks tonight (7 p.m., FSS).
Phoenix Suns rookie T.J. Warren’s “welcome to the NBA” moment came a month into his professional career when he found himself guarding childhood idol Kevin Durant. As soon as Warren put his hand on the reigning MVP, Durant lifted his arms and drew the foul, a rookie mistake that Warren said he won’t make again. Unfortunately for the Durham native, there haven’t been many opportunities for in-game learning experiences in his first season.
Bull City Legacy general manager Umar T. Muhammad makes some moves.
Canes comeback from two-goal deficit, push
Carolina returns from All-Star break with win
Jared Sandberg, familiar with the Tampa Bay Rays organization as a whole and the Durham franchise in particular, was named the Bulls new manager on Wednesday.
Austin Rivers has joined the Los Angeles Clippers to play for Doc Rivers in the first father-son, player-coach combination in NBA history.
Jeff Skinner scored one of Carolina’s four goals in the second period, and the Hurricanes beat Buffalo 5-2 on Thursday night, sending the Sabres to their sixth straight loss.
Jiri Sekac and Lars Eller scored second-period goals, and the Montreal Canadiens beat the Carolina Hurricanes 3-1 on Monday night.
Former UNC baseball player Kyle Seager and the Seattle Mariners have agreed to a $100 million, seven-year contract, a person with knowledge of the deal told The Associated Press on Monday.
Charles “Tex” Harrison, a Harlem Globetrotters legend who played basketball at N.C. Central in the 1950s, passed away on Thursday at 81.
The Bull City Legacy is 1-1 in the Tobacco Road Basketball League.
The phone buzzed and Andre Dawkins looked down to read the caller ID.
A number from the 305 area code popped up and, it being cut time around the NBA last month, the nervous Miami Heat rookie feared bad news.
Lindholm's goal lifts Carolina over reigning Stanley Cup champions
If there’s a basketball game being played involving Jabari Parker, it’s only natural to find him in the starting lineup.
That was the case at Chicago’s Simeon Career Academy where Parker started on four consecutive state championship teams and was the national prep player of the year.