Just days after the repeal of House Bill 2, the NCAA Board of Governors voted “reluctantly” to consider allowing North Carolina to serve as host to various conference championship bids. In a statement issued Tuesday, the NCAA indicated that championships previously awarded to the state for the 2017-2018 season will be honored. Site selections are currently underway for 2018-2022. Charlotte has bid to host the men’s basketball tournament games for years 2020-2022. Saying that the new law has “minimally achieved a situation where we believe NCAA championships may be conducted in a nondiscriminatory environment,” the NCAA will announce new sites on April 18.