• Reflecting on the Hornets summer w/ Baseline Buzz: 3-on-3

    By Spencer Percy on July 29, 2015
    For all of Hornets fans this summer has been wild, crazy and probably nothing short of what anyone expected. Since Rich Cho became to GM of the Charlotte Hornets in 2011 this franchise has been one of the most active in the trade market, so wheeling-and-dealing has become second-nature to Buzz City. That didn’t change this summer. The Hornets moved […]
  • Nicolas Batum denies wanting to play for the Toronto Raptors

    By Reece Helms on July 28, 2015
      On Tuesday afternoon there were rumors swirling around Twitter that the newly-acquired Nicolas Batum was already looking to get out of Charlotte. An article by NBC Sports made the claim that Batum was eyeing the Toronto Raptors next season when he becomes a free agent. But Nicolas Batum quickly denied that report via Twitter, in a rather humorous fashion: […]
  • Hornets will sign Elliot Williams

    By Spencer Percy on July 28, 2015
    The Hornets plan to sign combo-guard Elliot Williams to a non-guaranteed training camp contract, according to Rick Bonnell of the Charlotte Observer. Williams has three years of NBA experience with four different teams and has started just two games for the Sixers during that time frame. Charlotte had some interest just last season when they waived Jannero Pargo and signed […]
  • Tyler Hansbrough Returns to Carolina, Signs with Hornets

    By Greg Pietras on July 22, 2015
    Former UNC Tar Heel Tyler Hansbrough has agreed to a contract with the Hornets, reports The Charlotte Observer. Though terms of the deal haven’t been made public, a one-year, veteran minimum contract seems like the most likely possibility. Hansbrough most recently played in Toronto, where his minutes declined to 14 a game in ’14-15. He averaged 3.6 points on 52% shooting and 3.6 rebounds in […]
  • Hornets sign undrafted rookie Aaron Harrison

    By Spencer Percy on July 12, 2015
    After a strong Orlando Summer League where he averaged 13.5 PPG, 4.8 RPG & 3.4 APG, Aaron Harrison is now under contract with the Charlotte Hornets. The deal is for two years. Essentially, this simply means that Harrison will be at training camp with the team, but his spot on the roster isn’t a done deal since his contract is […]
  • QCH & Baseline Buzz 3-on-3: Analyzing Jeremy Lin signing

    By Spencer Percy on July 9, 2015
    His name was floated around prior to free-agency as a possible suitor in Charlotte, but now that Linsanity is a realized reality for the Queen City, it actually makes a lot of sense. The Queen City Hoops 3-on-3 panel break down all the ins-and-outs of the Jeremy Lin signing for the Hornets. Jeremy Lin’s announcement on his official website: “Going […]
  • P.J. Hairston explains latest legal issue

    By Spencer Percy on July 8, 2015
    Here we go with P.J. Hairston and his off the floor shenanigans. Jonathan Jones of the Charlotte Observer reported this morning that Hairston had been cited for revoked license, speeding, driving left of center and driving on expired tags in June. Okay, so here is Hairston’s response to the report following the Hornets summer league game today in Orlando. “It’s […]
  • Hornets select Frank Kaminsky 9th overall

    By Spencer Percy on June 25, 2015
    The rumors started floating yesterday about the Hornets being hot for Frank Kaminsky. Instead of Cody Zeller being moved to Portland, which was likely Cho’s first wish, it was Vonleh instead. Irregardless, the Hornets became a little thinner in the frontcourt and they shored that up by drafting Kaminsky tonight at 9th overall. Now the team has five players in […]
  • Hornets acquire Nicolas Batum for Noah Vonleh and Gerald Henderson

    By Greg Pietras on June 24, 2015
    Instead of fixing their shooting in the draft or free agency, Charlotte's taken a short cut: Yahoo's Adrian Wojnarowski reports that the Hornets have acquired Nicolas Batum from the Portland Trailblazers in exchange for Noah Vonleh and Gerald Henderson.
  • Report: 2017 NBA All-Star Weekend is on it’s way to Charlotte

    By Spencer Percy on June 22, 2015
    Things were looking up for the Queen City back in December when NBA commissioner Adam Silver visited: “Personally I’m very excited about coming back here (All-Star Game). I don’t think there’s any question it’s going to happen. Just a matter of what year.” Today, Rick Bonnell of the Charlotte Observer reported that it was a done deal – All-Star Weekend […]