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  • Hornets Draft Buzz: Zach Collins vs. Jarrett Allen

    By Spencer Percy on May 18, 2017
    Queen City Hoops readers from the past will recall our “Hornets Draft Buzz” series that includes featured draft articles pegging lottery prospects against each other, the latest draft rumors, and Coach Percy’s weekly lottery mock draft which will begin in June. If you haven’t already checked out the Coach Percy Draft Profiles page on Queen City Hoops then please be […]
  • Buzz Beat, Episode 25 – The NBA Draft Combine, Lottery, and Prospects

    By Spencer Percy on May 15, 2017
    Spencer and Richie are joined by recurring guest, Brian Geisinger of ACC Sports and Sports Channel 8. In this week’s episode, the Buzz Beat crew give their stance on the NBA Combine and its importance. They also brainstorm what needs to be done to get the big names to participate. Spencer, Richie, and Brian each present an in-depth profile of […]
  • Buzz Beat — Fixing the Hornets

    By Richie Randall on April 24, 2017
    Listen Here The Buzz Beat crew brings on Brian Geisinger for the third time to discuss the upcoming offseason and NBA Draft. Spencer, Richie, and Brian put themselves in the shoes of Rich Cho and map out their plan of attack for the summer. The discussion moves to a presentation of 9 prospects in this year’s upcoming draft. Their strengths, weaknesses, […]
  • Is it Time to Move on from MKG?

    By Mark Buonocore on April 20, 2017
    After the disappointing Hornets season ended I took some time to really look at this roster as a whole and individually to see what changes can be made to get this team in a position to win that elusive first round playoff series. We know that we will be very limited due to the lack of cap space, so we […]
  • Hornets Exit Interviews: Truth Behind the Wonderful (Expected) Quotes

    By Spencer Percy on April 14, 2017
    It was an extremely frustrating and disappointing season for a Hornets team that expected to take the next step and win a playoff series. That obviously did not happen and Charlotte now plunges into an off-season with very little room to grow. A (likely) late lottery pick and the full-mid-level exception worth approximately $8.4 million are the only stepping stones […]
  • Hornets Eliminated From Playoffs on Home Finale against Boston

    By Richie Randall on April 8, 2017
    If you were holding out hope for a late playoff push, you can let that go. Hornets are officially eliminated from the playoffs with a 121-114 loss to the Celtics. The Hornets will be headed to the lottery and on May 16, Charlotte fans will get a chance to see where the Hornets end up picking — don’t get your […]
  • Where the 2016-17 Hornets Went Wrong

    By Richie Randall on April 8, 2017
    The Hornets’ disappointing season is winding down and many fans are reflecting nen what went wrong. The Hornets started the season off with a 19-15 start and looked like they would compete for home-court advantage. Now, Charlotte is outside the playoffs trying to figure out where it went off-course. The first place to look is at Charlotte’s approach last summer. […]
  • Hornets Old Habits Kill Playoff Chances

    By Mark Buonocore on April 6, 2017
    The Hornets biggest game of the season was a perfect opportunity to put aside their faults and be in a position to sneak into the playoffs. Instead, we saw a team that repeated the same mistakes we have seen all year in a loss versus a Heat team who has effectively ended their hopes two seasons in a row now. This game contained […]
  • Hornets Playoff Hopes Alive with Win Over Thunder

    By Richie Randall on April 3, 2017
    The Charlotte Hornets defeated the Westbrook-led Thunder Sunday afternoon in impressive fashion. Although Westbrook got his first triple-double against this Charlotte franchise, he was unable to lead them to victory. Michael Kidd-Gilchrist did a great job guarding him despite what the potential-MVP’s numbers say. He made Westbrook work for everything he got and even turned him over leading to baskets […]
  • Staying Alive: Second Straight 4th Quarter Comeback Preserves Playoff Hopes

    By Spencer Percy on March 31, 2017
    Kemba Walker scored 31 points, the Hornets destroyed their opponent in the fourth-quarter for the second straight game, and Charlotte kept their slim playoff hopes alive with a 122-114 win over Denver tonight at home. In a game that featured 11 lead changes, Charlotte found a way to come out victorious in a must-win scenario. The Hornets played Clifford-ball tonight, […]