Carter has agreed to a one-year deal with the Atlanta Hawks for his 22nd and final NBA season. The 42-year old will provide a veteran presence for one of the league's most exciting young rosters, and in the process, will become the first player to play in four different decades, per Elias Sports Bureau.
Carter averaged 7.4 points off the bench last season for the Hawks while still playing above the rim.
Carl Tucker is excited about the opportunities in Phil Longo's offense after often serving as a blocker or decoy last season.
Isaiah Hicks is headed to Russia after signing with BC Avtodor, a club in the at the nation's highest level. Hicks showed some promise in NBA Summer League, averaging 9.8 points and 5.0 rebounds in five games with Charlotte Hornets, but didn't receive a deal.
Greg Barnes of Inside Carolina has the story on Javonte Williams, who turned some heads with a couple of big performances late last season. The Tar Heels are expecting big things out of the sophomore running back from Wallace.
Here's the view on the Tar Heels from Tech Sideline from a series of previews about the Hokies' football opponents this season.
ESPN's preseason Top 25 doesn't have much love for the ACC. Only one of Carolina's 2019 opponents made the poll.
ICYMI over the weekend, these Jordan I inspired cleats are ridiculously awesome. and likely to be a popular choice with players.
Antonio Williams offered the ACC Digital Network a tour of the new locker room.
The nation's top hoops recruit in the Class of 2020 is headed to Southern California, and it was never really in doubt. Evan Mobley will join his brother Isaiah on the Trojans' roster, playing under their father, Eric, who is an assistant coach.