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  • Is it Time to Move on from MKG?

    By Mark Buonocore on April 20, 2017
    After the disappointing Hornets season ended I took some time to really look at this roster as a whole and individually to see what changes can be made to get this team in a position to win that elusive first round playoff series. We know that we will be very limited due to the lack of cap space, so we […]
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  • Hornets Exit Interviews: Truth Behind the Wonderful (Expected) Quotes

    By Spencer Percy on April 14, 2017
    It was an extremely frustrating and disappointing season for a Hornets team that expected to take the next step and win a playoff series. That obviously did not happen and Charlotte now plunges into an off-season with very little room to grow. A (likely) late lottery pick and the full-mid-level exception worth approximately $8.4 million are the only stepping stones […]
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  • Where the 2016-17 Hornets Went Wrong

    By Richie Randall on April 8, 2017
    The Hornets’ disappointing season is winding down and many fans are reflecting nen what went wrong. The Hornets started the season off with a 19-15 start and looked like they would compete for home-court advantage. Now, Charlotte is outside the playoffs trying to figure out where it went off-course. The first place to look is at Charlotte’s approach last summer. […]
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  • Hornets: Buyers, Sellers or Holders?

    By Richie Randall on February 21, 2017
    Many NBA fans love to play pretend-general manager and tinker with the online “Trade Machine” for hours. This is especially true as it gets closer to NBA’s Trade Deadline — Thursday, February 23 at 3 pm. I am not one of those people who gets any real enjoyment out of picking players to swap from one team to the next […]
  • The Hidden Positives of Kemba’s All-Star Trip

    By Mark Buonocore on February 19, 2017
      Is there more to All-Star weekend than all the parties, dunks, the three-point shooters and bigs with crazy handles? While I have enjoyed watching Kemba in the 3-Point Contest and Frank light up the scoreboard in the Rising Stars game, there is another aspect of this weekend that could be overlooked as we head into the actual game tonight […]
  • Is this the Best MKG we can Expect?

    By Mark Buonocore on January 20, 2017
    We hear it all the time in sports — the player whose impact can’t be measured by stats. Every team in every sport has the guy who gets described as the “scrappy hustle guy” with the non-stop motor. Announcers tell us all about how every coach loves them, and how fans can’t get enough of their dives and how they […]
  • Is Roy Hibbert the Biggest Reason for Frank Kaminsky’s struggles?

    By Mark Buonocore on January 10, 2017
    This season has been a rough one for Hornets’ second-year big man Frank Kaminsky. His defense has always been a work in progress, but he has really struggled to shoot the ball all year and many nights he seems like he isn’t sure where to be on the court. Now to be fair, if you follow me on Twitter or […]
  • QCH 5-on-5: Christmas Edition

    By Spencer Percy on December 26, 2016
    Hopefully everyone had a wonderful Christmas with their families! The QCH team has left one more gift under the tree – a Christmas Edition 5-on-5, talking the biggest topics for the Hornets so far this season. Enjoy. 1- Everyone gets excited this time of year with Christmas finally upon us. What excites you the most with this years Hornets team […]
  • The Nic Batum Conundrum

    By Mark Buonocore on December 16, 2016
    When the Hornets surprised the NBA this off-season by managing to keep Nicolas Batum in teal and purple by signing him to a five-year, $120-million contract, many fans and writers were elated to bring back the multi-tooled guard. He posted career best numbers in his first year with Kemba Walker and the feeling was that these two, along with MKG […]
  • The Emergence of Jeremy Lamb

    By Richie Randall on December 12, 2016
    Nearing the 25-game mark, it’s becoming apparent who Steve Clifford favors in his rotation. After a sluggish start to the season, the bench unit is starting to steady its play and we are beginning to uncover the legitimate contributors. While a move for a backup point guard may be in the cards, we’ve managed with an erratic Ramon Sessions. Marco Belinelli, a hot topic of discussion […]