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  • ’17-’18 Player Forecast: Malik Monk

    By Spencer Percy on September 6, 2017
    Player Forecast on Malik Monk Position: Shooting Guard Height: 6’4″ Weight: 200 lbs. Reasons for Optimism: Malik Monk fell into the Charlotte Hornets’ lap on Draft night this offseason. Many experts did not believe Monk would be available when the Hornets went on the clock with the 11th overall pick….but he was. Selecting Monk was a steal and he will […]
  • Hornets let Splash Brothers get Wet.

    By Mark Buonocore on February 2, 2017
    We all knew the Hornets were gonna have to play the perfect game against the Warriors in order to have a chance to pull out a win in the second night of a road back to back. We also knew that the Warriors would have to be off a bit for the Hornets to have a shot to win. Neither […]
  • Hornets end preseason with a thud in Minnesota, lose 109-74

    By Staff on October 23, 2016
    The Hornets faced the T-Wolves in their seventh and final preseason matchup tonight, and not much went right for the teal and purple. With a starting lineup missing Nic Batum (rest) and Marvin Williams (broken finger) the team looked out of sorts to start, clearly missing the two veteran’s play-making and movement. Marco Belinelli was aggressive on offense in his […]
  • Hornets Take Care of Business Against 76ers, Rematch Awaits Friday

    By Michael Kaskey-Blomain on March 30, 2016
    The Hornets did what they needed to do on Tuesday night in Philadelphia, and that was take care of an inferior team in the 76ers. With a crowded Eastern Conference playoff picture, every game is important for playoff positioning down the stretch, so it is important for the Hornets to win the games that they are projected to on paper. […]
  • Game #65: Streaking Hornets Look To Hold Off Surging Rockets

    By Greg Pietras on March 12, 2016
    Hornets vs. Rockets, 7p ET, FSS Charlotte’s in the middle of a six-game win streak, built during a lengthy home stand that overlaps with a soft part of their schedule. Tonight’s matchup is arguably their toughest test in weeks, as they meet the surging Rockets in the second game of a back-to-back for both teams. The Hornets have lost 10 straight to the Houston Rockets, going […]
  • Strong Defense Helps Hornets Beat Bucks, 87-82

    By Dakota Schmidt on November 29, 2015
    Milwaukee Bucks 82 Final Recap | Box Score 87 Charlotte Hornets Marvin Williams, PF 37 MIN | 4-10 FG | 3-7 3FG | 1-1 FT | 7 REB | 2 AST | 0 STL | 1 BLK | 0 TO | 12 PTS | 0 +/- As has been the case throughout the season, Marvin Williams has made his mark through […]
  • Hornets fans give their thoughts on the new D-League team

    By David Norwood on October 29, 2015
    On Tuesday, the Charlotte Hornets announced they will operate a new D-League franchise in Greensboro, N.C. beginning with the 2016-17 season. The City of Greensboro and Greensboro Coliseum Complex have been selected as the home of our @hornetsdleague! pic.twitter.com/w1kiZraEs3 — Charlotte Hornets (@hornets) October 27, 2015 Prior to the conclusion of the Hornets Watch Party at Wild Wing Cafe Wednesday […]
  • Past Hornets and Jeremy Lin reflect on playing in the NBA Global Games

    By David Norwood on October 10, 2015
    Twenty-one years ago, the Charlotte Hornets made history. It was the first time they competed as a franchise overseas in the NBA Global Games. “We had our prospects were high,” then-Hornets spokesman Harold Kaufman said. “We had high hopes because we made the playoffs for the first time as a franchise in ‘93 and we were building upon that. So, […]
  • ’15-’16 Hornets Player Forecast: Spencer Hawes

    By Michael Wesson on September 29, 2015
    Position: Center Height: 7’1″ Weight: 245 lbs. Spencer Hawes at the age of 27 can be considered a journeymen in his 8 year NBA career.  A big man with a nice touch around the rim and can score from out beyond the arc. With what seemed like a promising career move to Los Angeles to be the backup big man for the Clippers, […]
  • Three things we learned from Hornets media day

    By David Norwood on September 26, 2015
    Al Jefferson wants to add to the ball movement this year, not take away from it. Last season the Hornets finished 27th in assists per game, per ESPN. At Hornets Media Day, Hornets players including Al Jefferson have been echoing moving the ball this season is a priority. “When I was out, the ball wasn’t sticking as much and I […]