The superstar is going to miss some time.
A few things went right for the Hornets this offseason; now it’s up to Clifford and Co.
Folks, if Kemba Walker can shoot, that’s a pretty big deal. In fact, it probably makes him an automatic All-Star in the East. But beyond that?
The Celtics got their man; that’s that. Meanwhile, the Hornets reversed a trend & the Knicks missed an opportunity. It’s time for NBA Draft grades out East!
Remember when Dwight Howard got traded yesterday? Good times. The chatter lasted all of 5 minutes. But that’s not fair. Howard still has plenty to offer.
The Hornets wouldn’t make moves to create space for Steph Curry unless he said, “Hey, I’m coming.” Of course, we’re still going to have that conversation.
For the 76ers, it is starting to pay off. For those in a hybrid rebuild—such as DET, MIN, MIL, even Utah—it looks bright. And the NBA landscape is changing.
The Hornets kept the band together this offseason in re-signing Batum and Williams, but did they put themselves in a corner? Plus, what about their bench?
If you’re looking to build the perfect role player, you’ll get Nicolas Batum. But at the end of the day, he’s still just that.
Ryan Anderson is 6’10” and can shoot well from long range. That’s literally about all he can do. So why, with his 3-point success rate declining in recent seasons, will he likely be overpaid in free agency?
While the Warriors are making three-pointers at an incredible rate this season, it doesn’t look like they’ll catch the intriguing 1996-97 Charlotte Hornets.
Our team-building series rolls on as we take on the NBA’s Southeast Division.
It’s been a rough offseason for a couple teams in the NBA’s Southeast Division.
A breakdown the holes of each Southeast Division team heading into the NBA draft.
Mo Williams’ inefficient play has actually made the Charlotte Hornets a more efficient offense. How is this possible?
If the Charlotte Hornets want to turn their season around, they have to rely on the defensive efforts of Michael Kidd-Gilchrist and Bismack Biyombo
How the Charlotte Hornets have quietly built one of the strongest teams in the East.
As teams round out their rosters, five veterans are still looking for new homes.