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  • Rockets Deflate the Hornets With Barrage of 3s

    By Richie Randall on October 27, 2017
    Charlotte lost their first home game of the season, 109-93, to James Harden and the Houston Rockets. Even without Chris Paul, Houston’s firepower was too much for the shorthanded Hornets.   To begin the game, Dwight Howard came out with tons of energy in front of the Spectrum Center crowd. He kept the fans in it with offensive rebounds, blocks, […]
  • Hornets blowout Denver at home

    By Spencer Percy on October 25, 2017
    Charlotte looked strong tonight in the first of three straight home games. The Hornets made slight work of a Nuggets team that didn’t look ready to play in a 110-93 waxing. Frank Kaminsky led the Hornets with 20 points (9-15 FG), 4 rebounds and 3 assists. Frank was impressive all night. Being aggressive looking for shot without forcing things, driving […]
  • Oh Deer: Hornets come up short against the Bucks

    By Andy Moore on October 23, 2017
    The Charlotte Hornets fell to the Milwaukee Bucks 103-94. Bucks forward Giannis Antetokounmpo lead all players with 32 points as the Hornets fell to 1-2 on the season. Charlotte went into this game short handed. Injuries have made life hard in the early part of the season and this game was no exception. Out for the Hornets tonight were Nicolas […]
  • Shorthanded Hornets Come Back & Sting Hawks

    By Mark Buonocore on October 21, 2017
    Game Summary The Hornets came into tonight’s home opener vs. the Hawks with four of their top seven players on the depth chart unavailable to play. We knew that MKG (excused absence), Nic Batum (elbow) and Michael Carter Williams (knees) wouldn’t be on the court for tonight’s game, but Cody Zeller was a late add to the list with a bone […]
  • Week 1 Preview: Starting The Season Off Right

    By Richie Randall on October 18, 2017
    The rejuvenated 2017-18 Hornets look to open the first week of real basketball off right. After missing out on the playoffs in the 2016-17 campaign, the Hornets re-tooled this offseason in hopes of bringing post-season basketball to Charlotte.   Rich Cho made decisions this offseason to help correct the downfalls that plagued this team. Late-game execution, lack of shooting, and […]
  • Film Breakdown: Hornets offense shows life in Miami

    By Spencer Percy on October 10, 2017
    After a slow start to the preseason for Charlotte on the offensive end, Monday night in Miami proved as a sigh of relief for Hornets fans that were ready to panic over the fit of some key new pieces in this lineup. Minus Nic Batum in the lineup, Charlotte will have to work harder for consistency on the offensive end. […]
  • Nic Batum has torn UCL in left elbow

    By Staff on October 5, 2017
    Queen City Hoops’ own Spencer Percy broke the news this afternoon that Hornets starting guard Nicolas Batum tore his UCL. The injury means he will be out for a significant amount of time, but there are conflicting reports as to just how long that will be. Batum injured his left elbow one minute into Wednesday’s preseason game against the Detroit Pistons […]
  • ’17-’18 Player Forecast: Dwayne Bacon

    By Andy Moore on October 4, 2017
    Player Forecast on Dwayne Bacon Position: Shooting Guard/Small Forward Height: 6′ 7″ Weight: 221 pounds Reasons for Optimism: Charlotte added an exciting wing player in Dwayne Bacon at the 2017 NBA Draft. Bacon checks off all the measurements for the position in the modern NBA. He stands 6’7” with a wingspan of 6’10”. Last year at Florida State Bacon averaged 17.2 points per […]
  • Hornets Sloppy in Preseason Opener

    By Staff on October 3, 2017
    Game Summary First off, before we hit on the game, let’s take a moment to acknowledge: the NBA is back, and that’s so awesome. Charlotte opened its preseason slate up in Boston, in front of a crowd that was pumped to see the soft opening of the Kyrie-Hayward tandem. The Hornets — who started Kemba, Batum, MKG, Marvin and Howard […]
  • ’17-’18 Player Forecast: Cody Zeller

    By Reece Helms on October 2, 2017
    Position: Center Height: 7’0 Weight: 240 lbs. If we learned anything from last season’s Hornets team, it’s that Cody Zeller was the team’s most important player. While Kemba Walker was, and still is the best overall player, Zeller was irreplaceable. All you have to do is look at the win/loss record with and without Cody Zeller active. The Hornets were […]