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  • Hornets Week Ahead is Full of Questions

    By Mark Buonocore on February 23, 2017
    The Hornets begin a six game road trip on Thursday and the first half of the trip will be played as a three game in four night stretch versus extremely different opponents. As I write this all four teams involved are deep in deadline deals, so I am not going to go into player match-ups as they could all change […]
  • Hornets: Buyers, Sellers or Holders?

    By Richie Randall on February 21, 2017
    Many NBA fans love to play pretend-general manager and tinker with the online “Trade Machine” for hours. This is especially true as it gets closer to NBA’s Trade Deadline — Thursday, February 23 at 3 pm. I am not one of those people who gets any real enjoyment out of picking players to swap from one team to the next […]
  • The Hidden Positives of Kemba’s All-Star Trip

    By Mark Buonocore on February 19, 2017
      Is there more to All-Star weekend than all the parties, dunks, the three-point shooters and bigs with crazy handles? While I have enjoyed watching Kemba in the 3-Point Contest and Frank light up the scoreboard in the Rising Stars game, there is another aspect of this weekend that could be overlooked as we head into the actual game tonight […]
  • Hornets Experience the Highs and Lows in 90-85 Loss to Toronto

    By Richie Randall on February 15, 2017
    The Hornets took on the Raptors in Air Canada Centre in the last game before the All-Star break. Charlotte gets a much-needed week off from basketball to regroup. The games leading up to the break can be distracting as it’s natural for players to look ahead. The Hornets came out flat and looked like their minds were on anything but […]
  • I Am Running Out of Clever Ways to Say the Hornets Lost

    By Mark Buonocore on February 13, 2017
    Lets be honest Hornets fans, tonight’s game was a perfect example of the team’s season wrapped up in one 48-minute game. I feel like every time I write a wrap up article, it starts with the same opening paragraph, and it goes a little something like this. The Hornets came out flat tonight and let a less talented team get […]
  • Hornets hold off Nets, end 7-game losing streak

    By Mark Buonocore on February 7, 2017
    A win is a win, and boy did the Hornets need this one. They end their ugly seven game losing streak by defeating the Nets 111-107 to bring their record up to 24-28 — keeping them in the playoff race in the East. However, all is not well in Buzz City, as this was not a great outing for the […]
  • Losing Streak Continues as Hornets Lose 105-98 to Jazz + Weekly Preview

    By Richie Randall on February 5, 2017
    It’s been a brutal stretch for the Charlotte Hornets and it continued last night with a loss to the Utah Jazz. In the past 7 games, all which they have lost, the Hornets have an offensive rating of 104.2 (23rd) and defensive rating of 114.2 (28th). While the Hornets played much better against the Jazz than in previous games, some […]
  • Breaking down Hornets trade for Miles Plumlee: What makes sense and what doesn’t

    By Spencer Percy on February 2, 2017
    Charlotte and Milwaukee have finalized a trade that will bring 28-year old center Miles Plumlee to the Hornets for Spencer Hawes and Roy Hibbert. The deal was first reported by Brian Windhorst – ESPN. The Hornets have lost 11 of the past 14 games, are 1-11 when Cody Zeller is out of the lineup, and the front office is under […]
  • Hornets let Splash Brothers get Wet.

    By Mark Buonocore on February 2, 2017
    We all knew the Hornets were gonna have to play the perfect game against the Warriors in order to have a chance to pull out a win in the second night of a road back to back. We also knew that the Warriors would have to be off a bit for the Hornets to have a shot to win. Neither […]
  • Preview: Hornets begin crucial three-game road trip tonight in Portland

    By Mark Buonocore on January 31, 2017
    The Hornets are struggling and the upcoming week is not one to be excited about for a Hornets team that has lost four straight. This week involves a short West Coast road trip with stops in Portland, Golden State and Utah — three games in five nights. If the Hornets want any shot at home court advantage in the playoffs […]