MLS is considering further expansion beyond 2020, and the NASL's Carolina RailHawks may want in on the action, reports the Raleigh News & Observer. From an Atlanta perspective, bringing Carolina to MLS would be nice. The RailHawks could serve as a solid regional rival to United, considering Orlando City will no doubt become the main rival for David Beckham's Miami club. If Carolina were to make the jump, it would need to double the capacity of its 10,000-seat WakeMed Soccer Park.
"There are a lot of people interested in where pro soccer is going," RailHawks owner Steve Malik told the News & Observer. "I think the answer to it is going to lie in what the fans want. So we'll see."
Two of the Premier League's more potent attacks weren't able to find the net Tuesday, leaving Leicester City in second place on goal differential and Manchester City in third. For the Foxes, it was a second straight game without a goal.
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The Hawks bounced back from a tough loss Monday with a thrilling 121-115 win at the Houston Rockets Tuesday. Atlanta was down by 19 in the second quarter and 10 late in the third, but Al Horford and company would not be denied. Horford led the way with 30 points and 14 rebounds, and four Hawks starters finished with at least 20 points.