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Posts tagged with ‘charlotte hornets’

  • Superman Returns: Hornets win 118-102

    By Andy Moore on November 20, 2017
    The Charlotte Hornets needed a hero. Superman delivered. The Charlotte Hornets began a very difficult slate of games this week with a big 118-102 win over the Minnesota Timberwolves. Center Dwight Howard, had a monster game. Howard has struggled lately, and whispers were beginning that the team might be better with Cody Zeller starting in his place. Howard responded to […]
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  • Hornets Fade Down Stretch

    By Andy Moore on November 7, 2017
    The Charlotte Hornets fell to the New York Knicks 118-113. Coming off back to back losses, Charlotte really wanted a win tonight against New York.  For most of the game, it seemed like it would happen. Unfortunately, the Knicks did not fully cooperate as they stormed back in the 4th quarter. The Knicks were lead by their star Kristaps Porzingis […]
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  • Oh Deer: Hornets come up short against the Bucks

    By Andy Moore on October 23, 2017
    The Charlotte Hornets fell to the Milwaukee Bucks 103-94. Bucks forward Giannis Antetokounmpo lead all players with 32 points as the Hornets fell to 1-2 on the season. Charlotte went into this game short handed. Injuries have made life hard in the early part of the season and this game was no exception. Out for the Hornets tonight were Nicolas […]
  • Nic Batum has torn UCL in left elbow

    By Staff on October 5, 2017
    Queen City Hoops’ own Spencer Percy broke the news this afternoon that Hornets starting guard Nicolas Batum tore his UCL. The injury means he will be out for a significant amount of time, but there are conflicting reports as to just how long that will be. Batum injured his left elbow one minute into Wednesday’s preseason game against the Detroit Pistons […]
  • ’17-’18 Player Forecast: Dwayne Bacon

    By Andy Moore on October 4, 2017
    Player Forecast on Dwayne Bacon Position: Shooting Guard/Small Forward Height: 6′ 7″ Weight: 221 pounds Reasons for Optimism: Charlotte added an exciting wing player in Dwayne Bacon at the 2017 NBA Draft. Bacon checks off all the measurements for the position in the modern NBA. He stands 6’7” with a wingspan of 6’10”. Last year at Florida State Bacon averaged 17.2 points per […]
  • ’17-’18 Player Forecast: Cody Zeller

    By Reece Helms on October 2, 2017
    Position: Center Height: 7’0 Weight: 240 lbs. If we learned anything from last season’s Hornets team, it’s that Cody Zeller was the team’s most important player. While Kemba Walker was, and still is the best overall player, Zeller was irreplaceable. All you have to do is look at the win/loss record with and without Cody Zeller active. The Hornets were […]
  • ’17-’18 Player Forecast: Johnny O’Bryant

    By Andy Moore on September 8, 2017
    Player Forecast on Johnny Lee O’Bryant (J.O.B.) Position: Power Forward Height: 6′ 9″ Weight: 275 pounds Johnny O'Bryant's @hornets salary for 2017-18 season is now guaranteed. — Rick Bonnell (@rick_bonnell) August 2, 2017 Reasons for Optimism: Despite only playing in four games for the Hornets last season, Johnny O’Bryant was able to make an instant impact. In only his second […]
  • Hornets 2017-2018 Schedule

    By Andy Moore on August 15, 2017
    This week the NBA released the 2017-2018 regular season schedule. The complete schedule can be found here. NBA Opening Night is October 17th, eight days earlier than last year. This does a couple things for the NBA. One, it gives the league another week of games to attract an audience. In the last few years the NBA off-season has become […]
  • Trader Cho’s: GM For a Day

    By De White on July 31, 2017
    Cho has been temporarily relieved of duties as we will attempt to tear down and build a roster from the current group of players.
  • Hornets Still Seeking a Guide to Success

    By De White on July 27, 2017
    the Charlotte Hornets appear to be geared towards a successful 2017-18 campaign. However, is the team built for success with the current roster