RICH CHO RUMORS & GOSSIP

Rumor: Charlotte Hornets unlikely to trade 11th overall pick

Rather than trade the 11th overall pick, the Charlotte Hornets seem set to keep their lottery selection in this year’s draft. In a recent interview with Sirius XM NBA, Rich Cho made it clear that the Charlotte Hornets aren’t necessarily looking to trade their first-round pick this year. According to the team’s general manager “I […] Rumor: Charlotte Hornets unlikely to...
Via Swarm & Sting
5 days ago

NBA Draft Lottery live thread

Yeah, the Hornets missed the playoffs. On the bright side, they have an opportunity to get a great pick tonight. Come chat with other Hornets fans about the NBA Draft Lottery! The NBA Draft Lottery starts at 8 p.m. tonight and the Charlotte Hornets have sent Rich Cho to represent them. The Hornets are projected to pick 11th, meaning they don’t have much of a chance to move up....
Via At The Hive
6 days ago

The NBA Draft Lottery is here to let us down again

The odds have never worked in Charlotte’s favor, but it doesn’t stop us from irrationally thinking luck could swing their way. Tonight is the NBA Draft Lottery, and the Charlotte Hornets will undoubtedly land the 11th pick. If we say this enough, we will change the course of events, and the Hornets will end up with the 14th pick after the Pistons, Nuggets, and Heat each move...
Via At The Hive
6 days ago

Rich Cho to represent the Charlotte Hornets at NBA Draft Lottery

The Charlotte Hornets will be represented by their general manager at the 2017 NBA Draft lottery as they hope the ping pong balls fall their way this year. Rich Cho is set to represent the Charlotte Hornets at the NBA Draft Lottery this year. This will be the second time that the team’s general manager […] Rich Cho to represent the Charlotte Hornets at NBA Draft Lottery - Swarm...
Via Swarm & Sting
7 days ago

2016-17 Season Review: The Front Office

Tasked with building off of last season’s success, the front office made mostly sensible moves that didn’t quite pan out as expected. Keeping as much of gang together was general manager Rich Cho’s number one priority entering the 2016 offseason. The Charlotte Hornets had four significant upcoming free agents, and they had enough cap space to bring back 2-3 players depending...
Via At The Hive
9 days ago

Hornets Playoffs Time: Coming Soon!

Feels good to have an article called “Hornets Playoff Time:Coming Soon”.  It feels even better to know that the #KeepSwarming train would really have to derail in order for the Hornets to not make the playoffs this year.  The Eastern Conference has definitely been a tight race all the way to the finish, and although we haven’t officially clenched a playoff spot, I firmly...
Via Trade Street Post
March 21, 2016  |  Discuss

Courtney Lee on getting traded to Hornets: ‘It threw me off’

Courtney Lee didn’t plan on being traded. He said he was told by Memphis Grizzlies management he wouldn’t be dealt at the deadline. “They reassured us no activity was coming down with me,” Lee said Thursday, via the Charlotte Observer's Rick Bonnell. “Then I got the call (that he’d been traded) the next day. It kind of threw me off.” Lee was traded to the Charlotte...
Via The Sports Daily
February 18, 2016  |  Discuss

Hornets: Team awaiting NBA investigation before deciding whether to reinstate Taylor

CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- General manager Rich Cho says the Hornets are awaiting the outcome on an NBA investigation before deciding whether to reinstate forward Jeffery Taylor following his arrest on domestic assault charges. Speaking at a media day press conference Monday, Cho said it was "appropriate" for the organization to act "decisively and swiftly" in the matter. The Hornets announced...
Via Associated Press
September 29, 2014  |  Discuss

Hornets await NBA investigation into Taylor

CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) General manager Rich Cho says the Hornets are awaiting the outcome on an NBA investigation before deciding whether to reinstate forward Jeffery Taylor following his arrest on domestic assault charges. Speaking at a media day press conference Monday, Cho said it was ''appropriate'' for the organization to act ''decisively and swiftly'' in the matter. The Hornets...
Via Associated Press
September 29, 2014  |  Discuss

Rod Higgins Steps Down, Rich Cho To Take Over Decision-Making

Rod Higgins abruptly stepped down as president of basketball operations for the Charlotte Hornets. he news release came shortly after Game 4 of the NBA Finals had ended, an unusual move without much clarification offered for the abruptness. Rich Cho will remain general manager and assume responsibility for the team's basketball operations. He will report to Michael Jordan and Vice...
Via RealGM
June 13, 2014  |  Discuss
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