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How can Jeremy Lamb help the Hornets this season?

The Charlotte Hornets need more athleticism and more shooting. Over the last couple seasons, those two traits were sorely missed on a team that's stingy defense has struggled to bail out its putrid attack.But Jeremy Lamb may be the answer. Here's how he can help the Hornets in 2016, per SB Nation's At the Hive:While Charlotte is a fresh start for Lamb, he'll immediately be in competition...
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Kemba Walker and Jeremy Lamb; Batman and Robin Together Again

So what’s with the Batman and Robin title?  There was an article on Bleacher Report that referred to the 2 in college as such because it seemed like Lamb was always there to help Walker when he was struggling to carry the team.  Bobcats/Hornets fans understand Kemba and the Batman comparison.  Many times, Kemba has taken over games when he had to.  He has never been afraid...
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August 11, 2015  |  Discuss

The Charlotte Hornets should extend Jeremy Lamb's contract

Jeremy Lamb has yet to play a second for the Charlotte Hornets, but the 23-year-old wing may already be one of their best guards and they don't even know it. Lamb comes to the Hornets with career averages of 7.0 points, 1.1 assists and 42.2 percent shooting from the field. He didn't exactly light the court on fire with the Oklahoma City Thunder, but is plenty athletic, long and...
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August 06, 2015  |  Discuss

The Second Chances Of Perry Jones, Jeremy Lamb

With the Oklahoma City Thunder deep into the luxury tax following their decision to match the offer sheet on Enes Kanter, they couldn't pass up on the chance to unload an extra contract, sending Perry Jones III to the Boston Celtics in a salary dump on Tuesday. He joins Jeremy Lamb as another young player who wasn't able to live up to expectations in Oklahoma City whom they let go...
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July 15, 2015  |  Discuss

Jeremy Lamb looks forward to a 'fresh start' with the Hornets

It's tough to say who is at fault for Jeremy Lamb not realizing his full potential in Oklahoma City. Perhaps Scott Brooks didn't play him enough, or perhaps Lamb didn't do the things Brooks asked of him. None of that matters now, because Lamb is with a new team – the Charlotte Hornets – and a new coach – Steve Clifford – and he's going to make the most of his second chance...
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June 30, 2015  |  Discuss

Oklahoma City Thunder: Last minute changes before the NBA Draft

Jeremy Lamb has a high possibility of ending up in Charlotte As expected, the Oklahoma City Thunder are keep the fans anxious about the NBA Draft tonight. Not only have they not come clear about who they want to pick, but also are keeping private what they are doing with the 14th pick overall. However, it has been reported that General Manager Sam Presti has put three players on...
June 25, 2015  |  Discuss

Report: Thunder trade Jeremy Lamb to Hornets for Matt Barnes

By Vincent Frank The Matt Barnes era in Charlotte lasted all of one week. According to Rick Bonnell of the Charlotte Observer, the team has traded Barnes in a deal that includes former first-round pick Jeremy Lamb heading from the Oklahoma City Thunder to the Hornets. Though, Bonnell went on to indicate that Barnes will not end up in New Orleans as a part of the deal. It’s...
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June 24, 2015  |  Discuss

Report: Thunder place Jones, Novka and Lamb on the trading block

With just a day left before the NBA draft, rumors are swirling that the Thunder are trying to obtain an extra pick or move up  a few spots. Doing so won't be easy or cheap, which is why they're shopping Perry Jones III, Steve Novak and Jeremy Lamb, according to Chris Mannix of Sports Illustrated.Jones and Lamb have had flashes of promise, but they've mostly disappointed during their...
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June 24, 2015  |  Discuss

WATCH: Kevin Durant photobombs Lamb interview

Winning makes players happy, right? When players are happy they do funny things. What has started to become a trend in the NBA is the post game interview photobomb by joyful triumphant players. We’ve seen Miami Heat players who are often winning, of course, do the photobomb many times, but tonight it was the victorious Oklahoma City Thunder star Kevin Durant who got behind a Jeremy...
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March 28, 2014  |  Discuss

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