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  • Hornets extend Cody Zeller’s contract four-years, $56-million

    By Spencer Percy on November 1, 2016
    As the midnight deadline approached last night for teams to make extension decisions on rookie contracts, it didn’t look like the Hornets and Cody Zeller were going to come to terms to a contract extension and he would become a restricted free-agent next summer. With under two hours remaining before the deadline, the news came down that Zeller’s contract would […]
  • Week 2 Preview: Hornets must take advantage

    By Mark Buonocore on November 1, 2016
    After a solid first week of the season the Hornets find themselves sitting at 2-1 with two big road wins under their belt. As they roll into week two they must take advantage of an early gift from the NBA schedule makers. After a nice break, the Hornets will take the court Wednesday against the young 76ers in the friendly […]
  • Hornets Suffer Home-Opening Loss to Celtics

    By Richie Randall on October 29, 2016
    The Story There were a lot of firsts for the Hornets Saturday night. It was the first home game of the season, the first game in the newly updated Spectrum Center, and the first loss of their young season. The Hornets were hoping to claim their first 3-0 start in franchise history but it wasn’t in the cards. From early on, […]
  • Hornets storm back in South Beach, start season 2-0

    By Spencer Percy on October 28, 2016
    The Story It started ugly for the Hornets in South Beach tonight. Charlotte shot 31%, was out-rebounded 19-27 and allowed a bad outside shooting Heat team knockdown 8 triples in the first-half. Nic Batum was a zombie before the break, logging 0 assists to go with 3 turnovers and consistently being lackadaisical on the defensive end. It was a microcosm […]
  • Hornets cruise in Milwaukee to open season

    By Spencer Percy on October 26, 2016
    The Story The Hornets game-plan tonight was simple. Get the ball to the rim early and force Milwaukee to settle for outside shots. Both happened consistently as Charlotte cruised to a 107-96 victory on the road to open the season. The Bucks were last in the league one season ago in three-pointers made, and although they added Mirza Teletovic and […]
  • Week 1 Preview: Hornets open season with three games in five days

    By Spencer Percy on October 26, 2016
    The preseason pain is set to finally be lifted as Charlotte travels to Milwaukee tonight for the regular season opener against an intriguing Bucks team. After a season of overachieving in ’15-’16, the Hornets look to build on the momentum and finally crack the first-round playoff code. In Steve Clifford’s fourth season, this franchise clearly has an identity on the […]
  • Hornets end preseason with a thud in Minnesota, lose 109-74

    By Staff on October 23, 2016
    The Hornets faced the T-Wolves in their seventh and final preseason matchup tonight, and not much went right for the teal and purple. With a starting lineup missing Nic Batum (rest) and Marvin Williams (broken finger) the team looked out of sorts to start, clearly missing the two veteran’s play-making and movement. Marco Belinelli was aggressive on offense in his […]
  • Weekly Buzz: Hornets battle injuries; Seeking style of play

    By Spencer Percy on October 20, 2016
    It’s been a preseason full of adjustment for the Hornets. From getting Kemba healthy and back in game-speed to now making sure that Marvin Williams is ready to go for the season opener after suffering a non-displaced fracture in his left middle finger on Monday night, and then everything in between. It probably shouldn’t be a surprise to anyone, but […]
  • “Meet The Team” Media Day Recap – Story, Quotes & Videos

    By Richie Randall on October 17, 2016
    The Charlotte Hornets hosted a “Meet the Team” event on Saturday and we had the opportunity to take in all the sights and sounds. This was a great chance for fans to come and see their favorite players in a much more intimate atmosphere. Right away, you were able to notice which players had personalities and which tried to stay hidden. Frank […]
  • Eastern Conference 3-on-3: Where do the Hornets stand?

    By Spencer Percy on October 15, 2016
    It was yet another wild summer with plenty of trade and free-agency action. It’s uncertain of whether or not the East actually got better, but there is no doubt that there are more teams that internally believe they’re in the mix for the postseason. Almost everyone in the East not located in Cleveland shuffled the deck in hopes of striking […]