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  • Hornets Doomed by Spurs’ 2nd Half Adjustments in 102-85 Loss

    By Duane Gregg on January 8, 2017
    We knew it was going to be difficult to beat the Spurs (30-7) tonight. On the road, without Batum, against a team that had beaten the Hornets (20-18) 8 straight times. While the Hornets led at the half, in the end, they didn’t have enough firepower to match San Antonio’s big three and surprising production from rookie Davis Bertans down the […]
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  • QCH Source: Nic Batum will likely miss 1-2 weeks

    By Staff on January 6, 2017
    A source close to the team has told Spencer Percy, Managing Editor of Queen City Hoops, that Nic Batum has “no structural damage” and “everything was clean” in his right knee. Batum is expected to be out 1-2 weeks. Batum injured his right knee during the third-quarter in Detroit last night when he and Roy Hibbert got their legs caught […]
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  • Hornets furious rally in 4th falls just short

    By Spencer Percy on January 5, 2017
    A game that appeared to have all of the ingredients of a second of a back-to-back for Charlotte (20-17) ended up including a furious rally and being the looniest game of the season. The Hornets scored a season-high 44 points in the fourth-quarter and shot 17-25 (68%) to overcome a 15-point deficit, but ultimately the Pistons (17-21) held on for […]
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  • Hornets snap two-game losing streak with 123-112 win over Thunder

    By Reece Helms on January 4, 2017
    Wednesday night’s game between the Oklahoma City Thunder and the Charlotte Hornets was a very entertaining game to say the least. Russell Westbrook is one of the most exciting players in the NBA and he put on a great show for the fans in the Spectrum Center. A wild sequence happened in the 1st quarter when Westbrook threw the ball […]
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  • Bad Defense and Butler’s Hot Shooting: A Recipe for a 118-111 Loss

    By Richie Randall on January 2, 2017
    Neither the Hornets nor the Bulls were at full strength when they faced each other Monday night. Hours before the game, we received word that Cody Zeller had been ruled out and placed in concussion protocol. Roy Hibbert started in place of Zeller, one of the most important pieces to this team’s offensive identity. The home team’s second-leading scorer, Dwayne Wade, would also miss the […]
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  • Kemba’s 37-points Not Enough to Overcome Cleveland as Hornets Lose 121-109

    By Duane Gregg on January 1, 2017
    The Story The Charlotte Hornets (19-5) could not overcome strong play by Cleveland’s (25-7) LeBron, Love, and “others” tonight despite an outstanding scoring effort by Kemba Walker who scored 37 points. The Hive was full and buzzing on New Year’s Eve as the Hornets had won 5 of their past 6 contests coming into the game, and looked poised to […]
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  • News: QCH Presents The Buzz Beat Podcast (+ Ep. 7)

    By Richie Randall on December 31, 2016
    Queen City Hoops is proud to announce that our podcast is now a part of the Almighty Baller Podcast Network (ABPN). To go along with this exciting news, we also have a new name for the podcast: Buzz Beat. Nothing major is changing and you will still be able to access the podcast from a variety of avenues. Please enjoy our […]
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  • Hornets survive bad offensive night for win over Heat

    By Spencer Percy on December 30, 2016
    The Story If you like half-court basketball and ugly offense that resembles volleyball, then this was the game for you. Miami successfully slogged this one to a screeching halt for the better part of 48 minutes, but the Hornets exercised their philosophy just enough to get over the top and held on to beat the Heat, 91-82. Kemba Walker (22 […]
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  • Hornets Put Together Complete Game in 120-101 Blowout of Orlando

    By Richie Randall on December 28, 2016
    After a disappointing loss against the Nets, the Hornets looked for a bounce-back win in Orlando. It happened as the offense clicked in all departments. This looked like a team that wanted to take out their frustrations on their next opponent. Unfortunately for the Magic, they were next on the schedule. The game started off hot as both teams shot the ball over […]
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  • Hornets’ Defense Costs Game to Nets, Lose 120-118

    By Richie Randall on December 26, 2016
    Hornets drop a game in which poor defensive intensity led to a 120-118 loss to the Brooklyn Nets. These are the types of games in which you expect to pencil in another in the win column. Unfortunately, the Hornets played down to their competition and it cost them as they fall to 17-14. There were points, especially early on, in which you thought the […]
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