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  • 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 […]
  • Hornets drop back-to-back preseason games to Boston

    By Spencer Percy on October 10, 2016
    The Story The Hornets dropped their second of back-to-back games on Saturday to the Celtics and are still in search of their first preseason victory as Minnesota comes to the Queen City on Monday night. These two games are certainly a disappointment, but it’s still very difficult to distinguish exactly what the results tell us. Kemba saw his first action […]
  • Bright Spots Among Sloppy Play in Hornets Preseason Opener

    By Staff on October 4, 2016
    Coming into the 2016-17 NBA season, the Charlotte Hornets are an enthusiastic group and why not? They are coming off a season in which they won 48 games and pushed the Miami Heat to seven games before bowing out in the first round of the playoffs. And all of that was done without Michael Kidd-Gilchrist, who was lost after just […]
  • ’16-’17 Player Forecast: Cody Zeller

    By Richie Randall on October 3, 2016
    Player Forecast on Cody Zeller Position: Center Height: 7′ 0″ Weight: 240 pounds Reasons for Optimism:  Entering his fourth season, Cody Zeller is starting to figure out his role in the NBA. Coming in as a rookie, it looked as if Charlotte was forcing him to develop a mid-range shot. This not only failed but drifted Zeller away from the basket, not playing to his […]
  • Hornets Media Day Recap; QCH’s Spencer Percy joins Dun’c On Podcast

    By Spencer Percy on September 27, 2016
    It feels like we’re closer to basketball as the Hornets, along with many other NBA teams, hosted their annual media day yesterday in the Spectrum Center (that was weird to type – R.I.P. TWC Arena). There wasn’t a ton of chewable content from today and was effectively what everyone would’ve expected. The anticipation of MKG’s return, Kemba’s recovery from knee […]
  • ’16-’17 Player Forecast : Roy Hibbert

    By Richie Randall on September 13, 2016
    Player Forecast on Roy Hibbert Position: Center Height: 7′ 2″ Weight: 270 pounds Reasons for Optimism: Many players need to fall into the right situation to succeed, or else they look like they don’t belong. Roy Hibbert looks to be that type — made evident by his miserable year in Los Angeles. Playing on a team where the majority of the roster had little experience, Hibbert took on […]
  • ’16-’17 Player Forecast: Jeremy Lamb

    By Joe Messineo on September 9, 2016
    Position: Shooting Guard Height: 6’5” Weight: 185 pounds Reasons For Optimism Jeremy Lamb inserted himself as a reliable bench player for Steve Clifford in his first season with the Hornets. Lamb played in 66 games, averaging 16.6 minutes, 8.8 points, 3.8 rebounds, and 1.2 assists on 45% shooting from the field. Lamb is entering his fifth season after coming into […]
  • ’16-’17 Player Forecast: Frank Kaminsky

    By Richie Randall on September 2, 2016
    Player Forecast on Frank Kaminsky Position: Power Forward / Center Height: 7′ 0″ Weight: 242 pounds Reasons for Optimism: Entering his second NBA season, Frank Kaminsky has already experienced the ups and downs of a NBA rookie. The sophomore season seems to be the true barometer of how well most NBA players will fare. As a second-year player, Kaminsky now knows the toll of a 82-game […]
  • ’16-’17 Player Forecast: Nicolas Batum

    By Joe Messineo on August 31, 2016
    Position: Small Forward Height: 6’8” Weight: 200 pounds Reasons For Optimism With the contract the Charlotte Hornets gave Nicolas Batum this summer, you have no choice but to be optimistic. The 27-year old forward signed a five-year, $120 million contract extension with the Hornets this summer, making Batum the Hornets’ highest paid player by over $7 million. Does this mean […]
  • ’16-’17 Player Forecast: Marvin Williams

    By Reece Helms on August 30, 2016
      Player Forecast: Marvin Williams Position: Power Forward Height: 6’9 Weight: 237 lbs. Reasons for Optimism The Charlotte Hornets surprised many fans last season, and exceeded expectations by making the NBA playoffs. The play of Marvin Williams was a big reason for the team’s success. Marvin Williams averaged 11 points and 6 rebounds per game, and shot 40% from three-point […]