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Posts tagged with ‘Nic Batum’

  • 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 […]
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  • ’17-’18 Player Forecast: Dwight Howard

    By Mark Buonocore on September 1, 2017
    Player Forecast on Dwight Howard Position: Center Height: 6’11” Weight: 265 pounds The Hornets did something this off-season that many still cannot believe they pulled off. They traded the awful contract of Miles Plumbee away and managed to get Dwight Howard in return. It’s no secret that Dwight has been slowed by injuries and age, but let’s look and see […]
  • I Am Running Out of Clever Ways to Say the Hornets Lost

    By Mark Buonocore on February 13, 2017
    Lets be honest Hornets fans, tonight’s game was a perfect example of the team’s season wrapped up in one 48-minute game. I feel like every time I write a wrap up article, it starts with the same opening paragraph, and it goes a little something like this. The Hornets came out flat tonight and let a less talented team get […]
  • Hornets hold off Nets, end 7-game losing streak

    By Mark Buonocore on February 7, 2017
    A win is a win, and boy did the Hornets need this one. They end their ugly seven game losing streak by defeating the Nets 111-107 to bring their record up to 24-28 — keeping them in the playoff race in the East. However, all is not well in Buzz City, as this was not a great outing for the […]
  • Hornets Fall Flat, Lose to Wizards 109-99

    By Mark Buonocore on January 23, 2017
    Intensity, some teams have it…..some teams don’t. The Hornets are the latter. They were riding a three game winning streak, playing in front of the home town crowd after a day off. Everything pointed to the Hornets having good energy to start tonights game, but inexplicably they came out flat on offense and defense. At this point of the season […]
  • 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 […]
  • 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 […]
  • 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 […]