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’17-18 Game Recaps

  • Charlotte Hornets fall in overtime to Portland Trail Blazers 109-103

    By Andy Moore on February 9, 2018
    Despite the efforts of new Hornets All-Star Kemba Walker, Charlotte couldn’t get the win. On what was a wild day in the Association, the Charlotte Hornets found themselves in an uphill climb against a Trail Blazers team that had not dropped a home game yet in 2018. Falling behind early in the first, the Hornets surged back in the second […]
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  • Hornets come up short, fall to the Pacers 105-96

    By Andy Moore on January 29, 2018
    It looked like the Hornets would pull it out. And then, the dreaded, but not unexpected, second half collapse. Charlotte lost to the Indiana Pacers 105-96. The game went back and forth most of the night, with 18 lead changes and 16 ties.  Charlotte took a 84-83 lead off a Jeremy Lamb layup with 9:32 left in the game. Indiana […]
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  • Remain Calm: Hornets Win 112-107

    By Andy Moore on January 22, 2018
    After the last few days, it felt really good for the good guys to get a victory. The Hornets bounced back after Saturday’s late game collapse with a 112-107 win.  Yes, it was over the lowly Sacramento Kings, and it was closer than most fans would have liked, but the win was achieved. Charlotte was without Michael Kidd-Gilchrist, as he […]
  • Well Done Stephen: Hornets win 118-107

    By Andy Moore on January 15, 2018
    Monday Coach Stephen Silas coached his last game this season as interim coach. And it might have been his best. Charlotte avenged an earlier season loss as they evened the season series with the Detroit Pistons win an impressive 118-107 win. The win came in the 42nd game of the season, as Charlotte officially started the second half of the […]
  • Hornets Fly High in Hollywood!

    By Mark Buonocore on January 6, 2018
    The lights weren’t too bright for the Hornets as they took on the young Lakers in the City of Angels last night. On a day when the national talk was all about trading the Hornets All-Star, because the team has been struggling, the boys in teal and purple told everybody to hold that thought by thoroughly out-classing the Lakers 108-94. […]
  • Hornets Shock the Warriors

    By Mark Buonocore on December 30, 2017
    The Hornets kicked off a 4-game West Coast trip in style last night. In a game that basically no one gave them a chance to win, they put together arguably the best overall team effort of the season to shock the defending champs, 111-100 in Oracle Arena. The Hornets’ season was on life-support before last night’s game. Maybe this was […]
  • Hornets Get Big Win

    By Andy Moore on December 18, 2017
    As Hornets announcer Eric Collins said tonight, this was a nice change of pace for the Charlotte Hornets. The Charlotte Hornets held on at home and came away with a 109-91 victory over the New York Knicks. Charlotte got after this one early, jumping out to a six point lead, a lead they extended to 18 by the half. A […]
  • Rockets Blast Hornets

    By Mark Buonocore on December 14, 2017
    The Rockets are a really, really good team and the Hornets are not. That’s what a national TV audience saw last night. While the Hornets wore their throwback jerseys, their play resembled more of the throwback Bobcats team that struggled to score and defend in that 7 win season years ago. The game was actually competitive early, right up until […]
  • The Hornets Strike Back

    By Andy Moore on December 11, 2017
    Charlotte needed a win badly Monday night. The team did not disappoint, defeating the Oklahoma City Thunder 116-103 for their second road win of the season. The last few weeks have been difficult for the Hornets. The team struggled early in the year with injuries, most notably to guards Nic Batum and Michael Carter-Williams. These injuries, along with a tough […]
  • Reax: Hornets shutdown Orlando at home; win 104-94

    By Staff on December 5, 2017
    The Charlotte Hornets entered Monday night’s game against the Orlando Magic at an interesting crossroads. The team, which had lost four in a row, was five games under .500, and near the middle of the pack in terms of both offensive and defensive efficiency. Making matter more intriguing, head man Steve Clifford was unable to coach tonight due to an […]