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  • Hornets Free-Agency Primer: Previewing the frenzy

    By Spencer Percy on June 29, 2016
    We’re now less than 48 hours from free-agency 2016. The Hornets undoubtedly have as big of an off-season as any team in the NBA, and their success, or lack thereof, in the next few weeks will dictate the trajectory of this franchise. I joined WFNZ’s ‘The Mac Attack’ this morning to preview the Hornets free-agency circus that is surely coming. […]
  • Hornets Swap 22nd Pick For Kings’ Marco Belinelli

    By Greg Pietras on June 23, 2016
    After all the build-up to the draft, the Hornets’ night ended early. Charlotte swapped its first-round pick, 22nd overall, to the Sacramento Kings for Marco Belinelli. The nine-year veteran wing has two years and $12.66 million left on his contract, improving Charlotte’s depth but adding to the complexity of re-signing their free agents. Charlotte had interest in signing Belinelli last offseason, but he’s a bit of a reclamation […]
  • Hornets Draft Buzz: Among numerous unknowns, there lies an answer

    By Spencer Percy on June 22, 2016
    Let me preface this final Hornets Draft Buzz column by stating that nobody has much of a feel for what the hell is actually going to happen after the first two picks tomorrow night. There are going to be plenty of surprises – that much I do know. There are going to be trades in the next 24 hours. That’s […]
  • Hornets Draft Buzz: View of the landscape one week out

    By Spencer Percy on June 17, 2016
    This year feels very different from past years with the draft. There’s the obvious factor that Charlotte doesn’t have a lottery pick, and so the hype surrounding the 22nd overall selection isn’t as heightened. That said, there is more unknown with prospects 15-45 this year, and the answer to the reason for that can be found in the fluidity of […]
  • Hornets Draft Buzz: Malachi Richardson vs. Malik Beasley

    By Spencer Percy on June 7, 2016
    Why the Hornets should draft Malachi Richardson The Charlotte Hornets have the 22nd overall pick in the 2016 NBA Draft. There are a lot of different options the Hornets could go with. Steve Clifford’s team could go with a big man to potentially replace Al Jefferson if he were to leave in free agency, or they could draft a guard […]
  • 2016 NBA Draft Profile: Brice Johnson

    By Reece Helms on May 27, 2016
    Brice Johnson Hometown: Orangeburg, SC College: University of North Carolina Position: Power Forward Birthday: June 27, 1994 (Age 21) Height: Between 6’9 and 6’10 Weight: 210 lbs. Wingspan: 7’0 Standing Reach: 8′ 10.5″ Strengths: Running the floor: Very rarely do you see a senior projected to go in the 1st round, as nowadays most players leave after a year or two. […]
  • Hornets Draft Buzz: Post-Combine Edition

    By Spencer Percy on May 20, 2016
    Draft season is back, but the Hornets won’t be picking in the lottery. This is rare-air for Charlotte fans, who have only experienced being outside of the lottery on draft night twice since basketball returned to the Queen City in 2004. Nonetheless, it’s draft season! One of my favorite times of the year, and although Charlotte will not have the […]
  • The Closing Narrative: QCH 3-on-3 panel reflect on Hornets season

    By Spencer Percy on May 13, 2016
    It was filled with far more ups than downs, and certainly more ups than any of the experts anticipated for the Hornets this season. 48 wins would have been a laughable prediction at the beginning of the season, but Charlotte grew in most of the right areas and exceeded all expectations. Kemba Walker easily had the best season of his […]
  • Hornets’ Season Ends With 106-73 Demolition In Miami

    By Greg Pietras on May 1, 2016
    When the Hornets missed their chance in Game 6, the odds looked bad for Game 7. Charlotte would have to overcome their disappointment, go on the road, fight through key injuries, and play with energy despite a short one-day rest and a 1 p.m. matinee start. The worst-case scenario played out, with Miami dominating in a 106-73 win that closed the book on the season. Kemba Walker nearly bailed […]
  • Kemba’s 37 Points Not Enough In 97-90 Game 6 Loss

    By Greg Pietras on April 29, 2016
    Kemba Walker and Dwyane Wade went toe-to-toe with the series on the line, and the Hall of Famer won. Walker scored 37 points overall and 14 in the fourth quarter, but lackluster play from the supporting cast doomed the Hornets in Game 6’s 97-90 loss. The teams will return to Miami for one final game. The first half resembled the Heat’s blowout wins in Games 1 […]