Hornets teammates Bobby Phills and David Wesley were racing at more than 100 mph when Phills lost control of his Porsche and was killed, police said.
Phills, traveling 107 mph, was behind Wesley, at 110 mph, when his car spun and crossed into oncoming traffic and collided with an Oldsmobile on Jan. 12, according to a new police report Monday.
Police originally estimated the players were racing at more than 75 mph in the 45-mph zone.
Charlotte-Mecklenburg police spokesman Keith Bridges said police expected to wrap up their investigation into the Jan. 12 accident in coming days and refer their findings to prosecutors, who could charge Wesley in the accident.
Meantime, the Hornets announced makeup dates for the two home games postponed following the death of Phills. A contest against Chicago originally set for Jan. 12 will be played March 5 at 7:05 p.m. The Jan. 14 game against New York will be made up Feb. 7 at 7:40 p.m.
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