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  • Hornets frustrate Bulls, Send them Home with the Loss.

    By Mark Buonocore on December 23, 2016
    It was a good old Eastern Conference battle at the Hive tonight, a physical match-up of two teams with playoff aspirations. The Hornets got off to a good start, attacking inside and getting to the line. The outside shot was slow to show up, but the Hornets got out in transition and forced the Bulls to take contested shots. The […]
  • Hornets Beat Lakers 117-113 in Second-Half Turnaround

    By Richie Randall on December 20, 2016
    The Hornets returned to the confines of the Spectrum Center for the first time in ten days. After finishing a less than stellar five game road trip, Charlotte hoped some rest and the backing of the home crowd would propel them to victory. It did, but it wasn’t easy. It took another strong third quarter and a Clifford lashing to turn the […]
  • Week 9 Preview: Hornets’ Week Ahead Looks Promising

    By Mark Buonocore on December 20, 2016
    After a very demanding stretch of road games, the Hornets finally get a chance to regroup and recuperate this week. This week is an opportunity to get a couple wins versus teams that started the season hot, but have really struggled as of late. It also will give Clifford a chance to work out some issues on the court, as […]
  • Hornets Beat Hawks to Snap Losing Streak

    By Richie Randall on December 17, 2016
    For a game that marked the return of starting point guard, Kemba Walker, it was truly all about the bench tonight. The Hornets’ bench outscored Atlanta’s 43-30. Belinelli lead team in scoring with 19 points and Kaminsky and Lamb pitched in 9 and 8 points, respectively. In the first quarter, both teams were taking a lot of shots away from the rim. […]
  • Kemba-less Charlotte Hornets fall to Celtics 96-88

    By Reece Helms on December 16, 2016
    The Charlotte Hornets lost their 4th straight game as they lost to the Boston Celtics on Friday night. Charlotte was without their leader Kemba Walker and it was obvious they missed his presence tonight, especially late in the 2nd half. Ramon Sessions stepped up in Walker’s absence and played every bit as well as you could have expected him to. […]
  • The Nic Batum Conundrum

    By Mark Buonocore on December 16, 2016
    When the Hornets surprised the NBA this off-season by managing to keep Nicolas Batum in teal and purple by signing him to a five-year, $120-million contract, many fans and writers were elated to bring back the multi-tooled guard. He posted career best numbers in his first year with Kemba Walker and the feeling was that these two, along with MKG […]
  • QCH Podcast — Episode 5: Offensive Struggles & Dependence on Kemba

    By Richie Randall on December 14, 2016
    In the fifth episode of the QCH Podcast, Spencer and Richie make up for lost time in their two-week absence. Since the last installment, the Hornets have had some highs and, more recently, some lows. We spend the majority of the 50 minutes trying to uncover why these inconsistencies are starting to pop up and what changes need to be made. We touch upon […]
  • Week 8 Preview: Reestablish the Momentum

    By Duane Gregg on December 13, 2016
    This week the Hornets continue their five-game road trip with contests against Indiana, Washington, Boston, and Atlanta. The Hornets are presently 14-11 and sit in fifth place in the Eastern Conference. Last week the Hornets won three straight before a hard fought loss in Cleveland to LeBron James and Co. This week the Hornets need to get back on track […]
  • Hornets Unable to Keep Pace with Indiana’s Shooting, Lose 110-94

    By Richie Randall on December 12, 2016
    Recently, the Hornets have had Indiana’s number, having won four straight against the Pacers. That all ended tonight with Charlotte’s frustrating 94-110 loss to the .500 Pacers. This game started off extremely slow for the Hornets as shots were not falling. In addition to Charlotte’s poor shooting, the Pacers were doing a great job with ball movement allowing them to string together a […]
  • The Emergence of Jeremy Lamb

    By Richie Randall on December 12, 2016
    Nearing the 25-game mark, it’s becoming apparent who Steve Clifford favors in his rotation. After a sluggish start to the season, the bench unit is starting to steady its play and we are beginning to uncover the legitimate contributors. While a move for a backup point guard may be in the cards, we’ve managed with an erratic Ramon Sessions. Marco Belinelli, a hot topic of discussion […]