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  • 2014 Hornets Player Profile: Marvin Williams

    By Staff on September 17, 2014
    THE QUESTION MARK Marvin Williams is a terrific example of someone who has never lived up to the hype of being the 2nd pick in the 2005 draft, but has still carved out a successful NBA career. Despite the criticism from the media world for not reaching his potential, Marvin became a consummate professional and emerged as a terrific teammate. […]
  • Hive Talk Live 9-12-14

    By Doug Branson on September 12, 2014
    Special guest host David Walker joins Doug to breakdown a busy week in Hornets news PLUS the Hornets future is bright and so are the prospects of acquiring good talent in a midseason trade.   Follow us on twitter @HiveTalkLive and subscribe to us on iTunes and Stitcher.
  • 2014 Hornets Player Profile: Noah Vonleh

    By Doug Branson on September 12, 2014
    THE UPSIDE Around the night of the 2014 draft lottery, a lot of folks joking and not-so-jokingly commented something to the effect of, “Maybe with the Bobcats name leaving, our horrible draft luck will leave too.” I don’t know if they expected it to happen so soon but when the ping pong balls mercifully fell our way, the Hornets had […]
  • The Hornets Bright Future

    By Brett on September 10, 2014
    Almost five years ago, Chad Ford and John Hollinger teamed up on to produce the first “NBA Future Power Rankings” for the site, where they provided their subjective rankings on various aspects of all franchises and then sorted them on the total score. At that time, the Charlotte Bobcats were ranked dead last (and by a wide margin), with […]
  • Report: City of Charlotte approves $33.5 million in arena upgrades

    By Spencer on September 9, 2014
    The Charlotte City Council arrived at a 9-2 vote decision yesterday to approve the spending of $33.5 million in upgrades to Time Warner Cable Arena in Uptown Charlotte. In a result that wasn’t extremely surprising, the Hornets got the result they were looking for yesterday when the City Council of Charlotte did keep their end of the arena contractual agreement […]