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  • Hornets Grind Out 105-100 Win In Brooklyn

    By Greg Pietras on March 22, 2016
    You’d hope for a better show against a down-on-its-luck team like Brooklyn, but considering the circumstances, Charlotte’s likely just happy with their 105-100 victory. The Hornets won ugly on Tuesday without Marvin Williams and just 24 hours after pulling off a substantial upset against the San Antonio Spurs. The first quarter went largely as planned, despite Frank Kaminsky being plugged […]
  • Linsanity reveals itself; Hornets storm back to beat San Antonio

    By Spencer Percy on March 21, 2016
    Final Score: Hornets 91, Spurs 88 Following a disappointing home loss to lowly Denver on Saturday night the Hornets trailed by 23 at the end of the first quarter tonight against San Antonio. Thanks to Charlotte’s unquestionable resiliency and a Jeremy Lin out-of-body experience, the Hornets found a way all the way back to take down the Spurs in The […]
  • Game #68: Hornets Aim To Even Series With Heat In Miami

    By Greg Pietras on March 17, 2016
    Hornets at Heat, 7:30p ET, FSS The Hornets head to Miami tonight for their final game against the Heat, and it’ll be a real test of the recent success Charlotte’s found on offense. Miami plays a very controlled defense, slowing down the pace to a crawl, avoiding fouls and limiting opponent three-pointers whenever possible. That’s helped keep them relevant despite an offense that looks […]
  • Game #67: Hornets look to bounce-back vs. Magic in final game of home-stand

    By Spencer Percy on March 16, 2016
    Hornets vs. Magic, 7p ET, FSS The seven-game winning streak came to a halt on Monday night for the Hornets as they ran into a desperate buzz-saw that was the Dallas Mavericks. Charlotte now focuses their attention to Orlando tonight and will attempt to end their seven-game homestand at 6-1. Orlando has been without star center Nikola Vucevic for the […]
  • Hornets’ Comeback Falls Short In 107-96 Loss To Mavericks

    By Greg Pietras on March 14, 2016
    The Hornets pulled a magic trick in Monday night’s 107-96 loss to Dallas: They turned a terrible game into a great one, then back into a terrible one. Charlotte got off to an abysmal start in the first quarter, shooting just 29 percent from the floor and missing more than half their free throws. The only bright spot was some decent defense, good […]
  • Game #65: Streaking Hornets Look To Hold Off Surging Rockets

    By Greg Pietras on March 12, 2016
    Hornets vs. Rockets, 7p ET, FSS Charlotte’s in the middle of a six-game win streak, built during a lengthy home stand that overlaps with a soft part of their schedule. Tonight’s matchup is arguably their toughest test in weeks, as they meet the surging Rockets in the second game of a back-to-back for both teams. The Hornets have lost 10 straight to Houston, going a dismal 2-18 […]
  • Game #64: Hornets looking to continue climb in East standings as Pistons fight for playoff lives

    By Spencer Percy on March 11, 2016
    Hornets vs. Pistons, 7p ET, FSS For much of the season, the Hornets and Pistons were breathing the same air – gasping just to stay alive for the 8-seed in the East standings. Things have changed. Charlotte has won 5 straight, and 15 of 16 overall. Detroit, on the other hand, suffers from inconsistency and consequently find themselves 1/2 game […]
  • Hornets overcome Anthony Davis’ 40 points in 122-113 Win

    By Greg Pietras on March 9, 2016
    Charlotte outlasted the Pelicans, 122-113, in a game where neither team felt much like playing defense. The Hornets blitzed New Orleans early, hitting eight of their 15 three-pointers in the first quarter and building a 71-60 lead at the half, but still had to fight for the win. The Pelicans began their comeback in the third quarter, shooting 61 percent […]
  • The Hornets Are Gelling at the Right Time

    By Michael Kaskey-Blomain on March 9, 2016
    The Charlotte Hornets, led by the nationally underappreciated Kemba Walker, are gelling, and at the right time in a relatively open Eastern Conference. The first portion of the Hornets’ 2015-16 campaign was plagued by inconsistency and injury issues, as Al Jefferson and Nicolas Batum both missed double-digit games, and the team struggled to fit an excess of new players into the rotation. […]
  • Hornets survive T’Wolves; move to 34-28

    By Spencer Percy on March 7, 2016
    The Hornets took down Karl Anthony-Towns and Minnesota tonight at home for their 12th win in the past 15 games and 4th straight overall. It wasn’t as aesthetically pleasing to watch as the Hornets have been during the recent winning ways, but thanks to Kemba Walker the momentum continues to build for Charlotte. Kemba ended with 34 points to lead […]