As we approach the start of the NBA system, we talked with the Charlotte Hornets new executive chef Mark Kocovic on this Thursday edition of Breaking with Brett Jensen. Brett talks to Mark about his previous experience running the menu for a professional sports team + Brett gives the new menu a taste for himself!
Charlotte Hornets' new head coach Steve Clifford joins Good Morning BT with Bo Thompson & Beth Troutman and Jim Szoke to talk about returning to the team he coached from 2013 to 2018.
In a 10-1 vote last night, the Charlotte City Council approved a $275 million deal with the Hornets – keeping the NBA team as the anchor tenant through 2045.
The City of Charlotte will begin negotiating terms of a $275 million deal with the Charlotte Hornets that would give the NBA team a new practice facility and renovations to the Uptown arena. City Councilmembers say they’re trying to make the best of a bad deal from nearly 20 years ago.
Charlotte Hornets President & Vice Chairman Fred Whitfield joins Bo Thompson with his take on the NBA All Star Game player selections in which Lamelo Ball and other Hornets were not picked, the Hornets taking on some top Eastern Conference opponents in the next few games, and team plans for the celebration of Black History Month.
WBT afternoon host Brett Winterble joins Bo Thompson reacting to what was likely the greatest regular-season sports day in Charlotte history Sunday as the Cam-Is-Back Carolina Panthers won 34-10 over the Arizona Cardinals and the Charlotte Hornets defeat the Golden State Warriors 106-102 at the hive, new polling numbers put former President Trump far ahead of other probable GOP rivals in an Iowa caucus, and President Biden's plummeting poll numbers.
WBT Sports reporter Sharon Thorsland joins Bo Thompson with her take on the Cam-Is-Back Carolina Panthers 34-10 win over the Arizona Cardinals and the Charlotte Hornets defeating the Golden State Warriors 106-102 at the hive last night.
WFNZ's Nick Wilson of the Wilson and Norfleet show joins Bo Thompson with his takes on the Atlanta Braves winning the World Series, whether or not the Carolina Panthers can climb above .500, the swirl around Aaron Rodgers vaccination status, and the Charlotte Hornets west coast gauntlet against the Clippers and a LeBron-less Lakers team.
WBT's Brett Jensen joins Bo Thompson with breaking news of trouble in Charlotte-Mecklenburg schools: guns, fights and some inappropriate images in a 6th grade art class lesson. Also, Brett's take on the on the Carolina Panthers and Charlotte Hornets.
WBT afternoon host Brett Winterble joins Bo Thompson and Beth Troutman to discuss new Covid-19 safety protocols being implemented at Charlotte Hornets games, LaMelo Ball's favorite place to eat in Charlotte, and a panoply of different topicalities.