Interesting call tonight: Do I go to Time Warner Cable Arena and watch the Bobcats probably set an all-time record for futility, or go to Bank of America Stadium for the NFL draft?
I'd love to do both. But there is so much pre-pick jockeying that I'd have to leave the Bobcats-New York Knicks game a few minutes after it began.
The draft is annual. What the Bobcats could be doing, setting an all-time NBA record for lowest winning percentage, ought to be once in a lifetime.
The decision isn't difficult. Interest from readers in the draft dwarfs interest in Charlotte's winning percentage.The NFL is by far the most popular sport in the country, and it adds to the margin every year.
So I'll be at the stadium, monitoring draft gossip, trades and potential trades and checking for updates from the Charlotte-New York game.
I suspect I'll return to the arena this week. When a team has the worst record in the league, there is always post-season drama, and it usually begins right away.