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Posts tagged with ‘charlotte hornets’

  • 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 […]
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  • Hornets snap two-game losing streak with 123-112 win over Thunder

    By Reece Helms on January 4, 2017
    Wednesday night’s game between the Oklahoma City Thunder and the Charlotte Hornets was a very entertaining game to say the least. Russell Westbrook is one of the most exciting players in the NBA and he put on a great show for the fans in the Spectrum Center. A wild sequence happened in the 1st quarter when Westbrook threw the ball […]
  • 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 […]
  • 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 […]
  • Everyone Contributes for Hornets in Blow Out Win

    By Mark Buonocore on December 9, 2016
    It wasn’t always pretty, but the Hornets outplayed the Orlando Magic in every facet of the game leading to a 109-88 dismantling. The Hornets got out to an early lead, but the Magic continued to battle back keeping in close throughout the first half. The Hornets kept attacking inside and got to the free throw line early and often, which […]
  • Hornets Secure Win Against Overmatched Mavs Despite Poor 3-Point Shooting

    By Duane Gregg on December 6, 2016
    The Story This was not the resounding, confidence inspiring win Hornets (12-9) fans hoped for Monday night. Yes, a road win in the NBA is always a good win but the Hornets flirted with losing to a team with the worst record in the NBA which would have been a terrible loss. In the end, Charlotte got the win they […]
  • Hornets Get Revenge Versus Grizzlies

    By Mark Buonocore on November 28, 2016
    Revenge is a dish best served cold, and the Grizzlies came out very cold from the field Monday night in Memphis. The Hornets hit the ground running tonight, starting with a 11-3 run from the tip-off. MKG and Kaminsky were attacking inside, and were finding openings as the Grizzlies made a concentrated effort to not allow Kemba to get loose. The ball […]
  • Week 5 Preview: Hornets’ Holiday Season Begins with Tough Games

    By Mark Buonocore on November 21, 2016
    The Hornets head into week 5 of the NBA season with a record of 8-4 and are part of a group of Eastern Conference teams beginning to distance themselves from the pack. This week will find them battling against two of the top teams from the West, along with a very rare home-and-home on consecutive nights. vs. Memphis, 7:00 p […]
  • Hornets Fight Back Again, Beat Minnesota 115-108

    By Mark Buonocore on November 15, 2016
    The Hornets were up to their old tricks again, using an unbelievable third quarter to erase a less-than-stellar first half defensive performance to grab their seventh win of the season. The offense got off to a good start, powered by Kemba Walker’s 12-point first-quarter on 5-6 shooting. Yet, even after the team shot 62% and forced eight T-Wolves turnovers, they […]