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  • 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 […]
  • Hornets forget to show up in Phila, lose 4th straight game 102-93

    By Spencer Percy on January 13, 2017
    The Hornets fell in Philadelphia 102-93 tonight. It was probably the ugliest game of the season for Charlotte as they have now dropped four straight – and six of the last seven. If you’re considering pressing the panic button, I certainly wouldn’t blame you. Charlotte, we have a problem. I have a column coming on Monday about the recent trends […]
  • Is Roy Hibbert the Biggest Reason for Frank Kaminsky’s struggles?

    By Mark Buonocore on January 10, 2017
    This season has been a rough one for Hornets’ second-year big man Frank Kaminsky. His defense has always been a work in progress, but he has really struggled to shoot the ball all year and many nights he seems like he isn’t sure where to be on the court. Now to be fair, if you follow me on Twitter or […]
  • Buzz Beat Podcast: Episode 8 — Almighty Buzzin on the Hornets

    By Spencer Percy on January 9, 2017
    Chris Axmann of The Almighty Ballin NBA Show and the Buzz Beat crew of Spencer and Richie join together for a crossover discussion of the Charlotte Hornets that you do not want to miss: from Frank the Tank to Kemba Walker, what’s the buzz around the Charlotte Hornets organization? Lots of juicy Hornets trade talk in this episode as well! […]
  • 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 […]
  • 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 […]
  • 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 […]