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14-15 Game Recaps

  • Hornets’ Comeback Falls Short In 107-96 Loss To Mavericks

    By Greg Pietras on March 14, 2016
    The Hornets pulled a magic trick in Monday night’s 107-96 loss to Dallas: They turned a terrible game into a great one, then back into a terrible one. Charlotte got off to an abysmal start in the first quarter, shooting just 29 percent from the floor and missing more than half their free throws. The only bright spot was some decent defense, good […]
  • RECAP: Hornets Hang Around But Raptors Too Much

    By Staff on April 15, 2015
    I think we all knew how this one would go. It’s pretty valiant that the Hornets made the Rockets and the Raptors play four quarters to end the season. That’s pride and that’s something you can build off of in the offseason. Let’s have a look at how things ended in year one of the Hornets return. The Raptors started […]
  • Reax: Hornets fight, but fall to Rockets 100-90

    By Staff on April 13, 2015
    Time Warner Cable Arena hosted its last NBA game of the 14-15 season tonight with the Hornets taking on the Houston Rockets. The Hornets were looking their 20th win of the season at the Cable Box, however James Harden and company had other ideas. This was the Hornets 9th straight loss to Houston, and Harden per usual led the way […]
  • Recap: Hornets fall to Pistons 116-77

    By Staff on April 12, 2015
    The Motor City was unkind to the injury laden Hornets earlier today. Charlotte fell to the Pistons, and their red hot shooting effort 116-77. Detroit was a scorching 57% from beyond the arc, knocking down 16 triples on their way to a win. Jodie Meeks led all Pistons scorers with 24 pts, off 8/12 from the field. Detroit got out […]
  • Hornets Pummel Pistons 102-78

    By James Plowright on April 1, 2015
    The Hornets continued to play with the fans emotions by defeating the Pistons 102-78, with six Hornets scoring in double figures Charlotte came out hot in the first quarter (No seriously, this isn’t an April fools) outscoring the Pistons 33-25. Kemba Walker did the majority of the damage, scoring 12 points and only missing one shot from the field. Al Jefferson […]
  • Instant Reax & Grades: Celtics down Hornets 116-104

    By James Plowright on March 30, 2015
    The Draft Lottery is May 19th, you might want to add that to your diary folks. The Hornets 31-42 Charlotte Hornets fell to their 8th seed playoff rivals the Boston Celtics in a physical, high scoring affair. This disappointing result is just another page in the chapter that is the disappointing 2014-15 season. Boston Celtics 110 FinalRecap | Box Score […]
  • Wizards provide Hornets wakeup call in embarrassing fashion

    By Spencer Percy on March 10, 2015
                    The Story After winning five straight games to put themselves in great position as the post-season approaches, the Hornets were run out of their own building last night in embarrassing fashion by a hungry Wizards squad 95-69. The Hornets looked exhausted and this game meant something to a reeling Wizards team. The […]
  • RECAP: Second-Half Defense Gives Charlotte 108-101 Win Over Pistons

    By Greg Pietras on March 8, 2015
    On many nights Michael Kidd-Gilchrist's defense makes him Charlotte's most important player. That was definitely the case in Sunday's 108-101 comeback win over the Detroit Pistons, despite his modest box score.
  • RECAP: Hornets Pull Ahead of Raps Late, Win 103-94

    By 027z77857029 on March 7, 2015
    Rebounding on defense. Ball movement on offense. Great crowd. Mo Williams. Everything is working for the Hornets right now. - Photo by Kent Smith/NBAE via Getty Images
  • Hornets wipe the floor with Brooklyn in crucial game

    By Spencer Percy on March 4, 2015
                    The Story The Hornets blew out Brooklyn 115-91 in their own building tonight on the heels of a back-to-back. Every second of this game was a beauty to watch – Charlotte was humming offensively and defensively, and the momentum seemed to grow with every possession. There is an abundance of positives to […]