New Orleans native and Saints owner Tom Benson, took on a lot of responsibility when he purchased the Hornets. The deal was made official on Friday and Benson is assuming 125 million of the teams current depth, not to mention helping bring back the excitement of the 2006-07 season on a consistent basis.There will be the challenge of keeping unrestricted free agent Eric Gordon in the fold this offseason and continuing to build through the draft, but there are other changes that are coming as well.According to the Times-Picayune, Benson wants a name to better suit the aura of The Crescent City."We need to find a name like (Jazz)," Benson said, referring to New Orleans first NBA team that relocated to Salt Lake City in 1979. "Whether we can get that or let us use that, you've got to know we're working on it. We'd like to change it tomorrow. We have not gotten that approved, but we're not letting up on it, either. Because we've got a good relationship with the commissioner and his people and we're going to be on them daily to do something."The Hornets have a new lease agreement that will tie them to New Orleans Arena through the 2024 season.What would be a suitable but respectful name that would represent the New Orleans faithful?
Michael Jordan and Cristiano Ronaldo might come from different sports, but they share something in common in that they are two of the best athletes ever.
The duo came together over the weekend, with the latter posting a photo on Instagram to commemorate the moment. The post's caption — "We made history." — does all the talking. Check it out:
Jordan and Ronaldo are two of the most decorated athletes in sports history. While it's unclear what they were doing, it likely involved greatness in some regard.Click here to download the new MyTeams App by NBC Sports! Receive comprehensive coverage of your teams and stream the Bulls easily on your device.
The Blackhawks made a franchise-altering move over the weekend, selecting center Kirby Dach third overall in the 2019 NHL Draft.
Monday, the Blackhawks are holding an introductory press conference for Dach, 18, at the United Center. Here's the important information for those looking to tune-in to the big event:
Time: 11 a.m. CT
Television: NBC Sports Chicago (see channel finder)Click here to download the new MyTeams App by NBC Sports! Receive comprehensive coverage of your teams and stream the Blackhawks easily on your device.