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Posts tagged with ‘NBA’

  • Should the Hornets Bring Al Jefferson off of the Bench?

    By Michael Kaskey-Blomain on December 16, 2015
    An untimely left calf strain forced the Hornets to adapt to life on the court without frontcourt fixture Al Jefferson. A violation of the league’s substance abuse policy will extend Jefferson’s stay on the sideline. In past seasons, extended absence from Jefferson would be a major cause for concern, especially on the offensive end. However, instead of stalling without their […]
  • Kemba Walker, Hornets benefiting from new additions and a revamped offense

    By Michael Kaskey-Blomain on November 24, 2015
    Some aspects of the Hornets’ offensive approach this season are familiar. Al Jefferson can still be found down on the block, doing work – although he is noticeably lighter – and Kemba Walker is still the team’s motor, controlling the tempo and getting buckets. However, the 2015-16 campaign has also proven different, as the Hornets’ offense doesn’t have to live […]
  • UPDATED – QCH Source: Kemba Walker will return to action tomorrow night vs. Sacramento

    By 027z77857029 on March 10, 2015
    Queen City Hoops has learned that Kemba Walker will indeed return to action Wednesday night at home against the Sacramento Kings. QCH learned earlier this afternoon that Kemba would indeed return to the court tomorrow night and then Walker confirmed the news in an interview with after practice today. “I’m playing. I’ll be out there tomorrow night playing against the […]
  • Players Union Responds to Jeff Taylor’s Suspension

    By 027z77857029 on November 20, 2014
    The ball is in Jeff Taylor's court when it comes to an appeal of his 24 game suspension by the NBA. Photo Credit: Kent Smith/NBAE via Getty Images
  • Why The Charlotte Hornets need a D-League Team

    By James Plowright on October 8, 2014
    Hornets D-League Affiliate The Hornets are in a good place right now, it hasn’t been often you can say that over their 10 years in Charlotte. If you were to ask fans if the Hornets have had a successful offseason 99% would say, “Yes absolutely!”, but it has been far from perfect. The team tried and failed to lure Gordon […]
  • Things I Learned at Hornets Camp

    By 027z77857029 on October 2, 2014
    Hornets training camp is underway and the team is preparing to get back to the playoffs.
  • Observer Report: Hornets Putting in Bid for Future All-Star Game

    By 027z77857029 on August 11, 2014
    With the formal announcement coming Tuesday morning, Charlotte Observer reporter Rick Bonnell is reporting that the Hornets organization will put in a bid for a future All-Star weekend, possibly as soon as 2017. From the Observer: The Charlotte Hornets plan to formally submit a bid Tuesday to host either the 2017 or 2018 NBA All-Star Weekend, a source close to […]
  • NBA Free Agency 2014: Examining Brian Roberts’ Fit With The Hornets

    By Dakota Schmidt on July 19, 2014
    Brian Roberts is known for his three point shooting, but it’s not his only skill. 
  • Hornets officially introduce Lance Stephenson

    By Spencer Percy on July 18, 2014
    An unsettling feeling was beginning to set in for most Hornets fans earlier this week. Their team, and it’s owner Michael Jordan, had raised the spirits surrounding the new and improved Charlotte Hornets with statements of big things to come during free-agency. It appeared as if those claims were going to go by the wayside until early Wednesday morning when […]