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  • Hornets Can’t Outlast Warriors, Lose 103-113

    By Richie Randall on January 25, 2017
    Heading into tonight’s game, the Charlotte Hornets had plenty working against them. For one, they were facing the league’s best team coming off a loss — the Warriors hadn’t lost back to back games since April 2015. We also learned that Zeller, one of our steadiest players, was ruled out prior to the game with a quad injury. This would […]
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  • Hornets vs. Warriors: QCH 4-on-3 Preview

    By Spencer Percy on January 25, 2017
    The best show the NBA has to offer comes to Charlotte tonight. Golden State (38-7) has been as amazing as most expected in most situations this season and now the Hornets (23-22) get their first crack at them on their home floor. After a disappointing outing against the surging Wizards on Monday night in the Spectrum Center, Charlotte will look […]
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  • Hornets Fall Flat, Lose to Wizards 109-99

    By Mark Buonocore on January 23, 2017
    Intensity, some teams have it…..some teams don’t. The Hornets are the latter. They were riding a three game winning streak, playing in front of the home town crowd after a day off. Everything pointed to the Hornets having good energy to start tonights game, but inexplicably they came out flat on offense and defense. At this point of the season […]
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  • Hornets Avoid Letdown with 112-105 Win Over Brooklyn

    By Richie Randall on January 21, 2017
    Coming off their most notable victory against the Raptors last night, the Hornets were in line for their third straight victory. Charlotte would take on the Nets, who were coming off an impressive outing of their own, but have failed to win back to back games all season.   The Hornets doubled the Nets output in the first quarter, leading […]
  • Hornets make statement with 113-78 demolition of Toronto

    By Spencer Percy on January 20, 2017
    Kemba Walker and the Hornets (22-21) made a huge statement tonight with a 113-78 demolition of the second place Toronto Raptors (28-25). Walker led Charlotte with 32 points on 11-16 from the floor and played like someone with an all-star snub in his near future. Kemba was spectacular all night, and to say that he outplayed Kyle Lowry would be […]
  • 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 […]
  • Hornets Snap Streak with 107-85 Win over Portland

    By Richie Randall on January 18, 2017
    The Hornets were reeling heading back from their winless five-game road trip. The little things like defense, taking care of the ball, and playing smart team basketball were, for the most part, absent in those losses . Tonight, things changed at home against the Portland Trailblazers. Things weren’t perfect but the intensity and effort were there. There were slow starts […]
  • Hornets enter crucial 5-game home stand; Clifford’s rotation conundrum

    By Spencer Percy on January 17, 2017
    The Hornets have lost four straight (6 of last 7), Kemba Walker suddenly looks like a shell of himself and with the loss Monday night in Boston, Charlotte is officially on the outside of the Eastern Conference playoff standings for the first time this season. There are so many questions to be answered with this team and this week should […]
  • Hornets Can’t Match Celtics Down the Stretch Falling 98-108

    By Duane Gregg on January 16, 2017
    The Story The Hornets (20-21) will head home to Charlotte, after 5 straight away games, riding a 5-game losing streak. Down the stretch the Hornets could not overcome Isaiah Thomas’s crunch time brilliance and lost 98-108 to the Boston Celtics (26-15). At the end of the first half the Celtics led 59 to 53. Kemba was spectacular during the first two […]
  • Buzz Beat Podcast: Episode 9 — Stumbling into the Mid-Season Report Card

    By Richie Randall on January 14, 2017
    It’s about midway through the season and Spencer and Richie discuss many of the issues facing the Hornets. The Buzz Beat crew look at the Hornets’ slow starts, debate the backup center position between Hawes and Hibbert, acknowledge the fact that Kemba won’t be making the All-Star Game, and hand out mid-season awards — Spencer and Richie disagree on two. To wrap up Episode […]