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There's always room for comedy in sports, even at the highest levels of competition. Even the most famous and accomplished athletes can find themselves in funny situations, whether it's because of a slip-up on the field or court, or something off the field or court that goes viral.
There's always room for comedy in sports, even at the highest levels of competition. Even the most famous and accomplished athletes can find themselves in funny situations, whether it's because of a slip-up on the field or court, or something off the field or court that goes viral.
 
hile the N.C. Senate didn’t handle sports betting legislation before the Fourth of July break, there’s still hope of legal wagers in the state outside of the two Cherokee casinos.
hile the N.C. Senate didn’t handle sports betting legislation before the Fourth of July break, there’s still hope of legal wagers in the state outside of the two Cherokee casinos.
 
The South Carolina-based Catawba Indian Nation wants to build a $340 million casino in Kings Mountain. The Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians opposes the competition.
The South Carolina-based Catawba Indian Nation wants to build a $340 million casino in Kings Mountain. The Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians opposes the competition.
 
The South Carolina-based Catawba Nation would not be the first Indian tribe to operate a casino in a state where it has no reservation if it is able to open an entertainment resort in Cleveland County.
The South Carolina-based Catawba Nation would not be the first Indian tribe to operate a casino in a state where it has no reservation if it is able to open an entertainment resort in Cleveland County.
 
The Catawba Indian Nation's plan to build a $340 million casino/resort in Cleveland County would end the Eastern Band of Cherokees' gaming monopoly in North Carolina. First, the proposal must receive unprecedented federal approval in a case complicated by murky laws, allegations that campaign contri
The Catawba Indian Nation's plan to build a $340 million casino/resort in Cleveland County would end the Eastern Band of Cherokees' gaming monopoly in North Carolina. First, the proposal must receive unprecedented federal approval in a case complicated by murky laws, allegations that campaign contri
 
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