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  • Hornets Secure Win Against Overmatched Mavs Despite Poor 3-Point Shooting

    By Duane Gregg on December 6, 2016
    The Story This was not the resounding, confidence inspiring win Hornets (12-9) fans hoped for Monday night. Yes, a road win in the NBA is always a good win but the Hornets flirted with losing to a team with the worst record in the NBA which would have been a terrible loss. In the end, Charlotte got the win they […]
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  • Week 7 Preview (QCH Podcast — Episode 4): Lost Momentum?

    By Richie Randall on December 5, 2016
    Charlotte is coming off a week in which they split their four games, 2-2. This past week was one in which fans were expecting a minimum of three wins. Here’s another opportunity this week to take three of four, but inconsistent defensive play is making it hard for the team to build momentum. This week features two games on the road, […]
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  • Hornets Choke at Home, Lose to T’Wolves in OT.

    By Mark Buonocore on December 3, 2016
    I’m going to make this as brief and painless as I can. The Hornets lost to an inferior team on their home floor. They came out with a good plan and for three quarters did a great job of using their experience and talent to keep the T’Wolves down by double-digits. Frank Kaminsky started hot, and he and Cody defended the […]
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  • Hornets hang on for ugly win over lowly Mavs

    By Spencer Percy on December 1, 2016
    It was ugly, and often, in a game that Charlotte found a way to hang on to win 97-87. Kemba Walker (18 points) and Nic Batum (12 points) paced the Hornets with a combined 30 points, but the starting backcourt shot 11-31 (35.4%) from the floor. That was the story for an offense that struggled for most of the night. […]
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  • QCH Podcast – Episode 3: #ScheduleAlert debate, defensive struggles & much more

    By Spencer Percy on December 1, 2016
    In the third episode of the Queen City Hoops podcast, Spencer and Richie recap their Thanksgivings, cover all the action on the court since last week, debate the legitimacy of #ScheduleAlert, discuss Charlotte’s recent defensive struggles and much more. Subscribe via iTunes Be sure to navigate on over to the “QCH PODCAST” tab on the website. Here you will find […]
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  • Uninspired Hornets lose 112-89 to Pistons

    By Richie Randall on November 29, 2016
    The Story There’s a reason why the NBA has made attempts to limit four games in five nights on teams’ schedules. It takes a toll on players with the travel and exhaustion and, in the end, hurts their product. The Hornets just finished their first and only stretch of its kind and it was apparent in their play. The Hornets were coming off an impressive 104-85 win against the […]
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  • Hornets Get Revenge Versus Grizzlies

    By Mark Buonocore on November 28, 2016
    Revenge is a dish best served cold, and the Grizzlies came out very cold from the field Monday night in Memphis. The Hornets hit the ground running tonight, starting with a 11-3 run from the tip-off. MKG and Kaminsky were attacking inside, and were finding openings as the Grizzlies made a concentrated effort to not allow Kemba to get loose. The ball […]
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  • Week 6 Preview: Getting Things Back on Track

    By Richie Randall on November 28, 2016
    The Hornets have hit a rough patch in the season with schedule congestion and inability to close out games. This week’s games features three of four in the confines of the Spectrum Center and two games against familiar opponents. The Hornets need to get back to what propelled them to the solid 7-3 start — defense, rebounding, and movement on offense.  With Marvin Williams […]
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  • Home Sweet Home: Hornets get even with Knicks 107-102

    By Duane Gregg on November 26, 2016
    The Story Jeremy Lamb, Jeremy Lamb, Jeremy Lamb. A night after recording a DNP (Did Not Play) in NYC, Lamb was a catalyst for the Hornets’ hot start tonight when he recorded 9 of his 18 points and 7 of his 17 rebounds in the first quarter. The Charlotte lead ballooned to as high as 21 but, for the second straight […]
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  • Hornets lose fourth straight in loss at MSG

    By Spencer Percy on November 25, 2016
    The Story The Hornets lost their fourth straight game tonight in overtime to the Knicks in Madison Square Garden. Like most of Charlotte’s losses this season, it was a heartbreaker, and Carmelo Anthony was the culprit, who finished with 35 points (14-25 FG). Charlotte led by four at half and led by as much as 13 in the third-quarter, but […]
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