Dennis Wierzbicki-USA TODAY Sports We may have Hornets basketball on the horizon. This is kinda old news, but it’s worth talking about. The NBA is in ‘deep discussions’ about a second bubble, this one in Chicago, that would host the eight teams that were not invited to Orlando, which includes the Charlotte Hornets.
It’s no secret that the Charlotte Hornets have their fair share of great and terrible front office moves. In this piece, we’ll look over the ones made in part by the last four General Managers the team has hired.
Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports In his lone season, the Stanford guard was one of the best 3-point shooters in the NCAA. The third installment of the 2020 Hornets scouting report series will focus on Tyrell Terry, a freshman guard out of Stanford that was named to the Pac-12 All-Freshman team after shooting the lights out for the entire season.
While the offseason is still a bit away, this article will cover a suggestion about the Charlotte Hornets trading Terry Rozier. During the month of July, the Charlotte Hornets will be preparing for the offseason which is set to start in October.
After an unsuccessful season, the Charlotte Hornets will have a lot to look forward to heading into next season. Heading into next season, the Charlotte Hornets should be in a stronger place than how they were this year.
Throughout the years, the Charlotte Hornets have made many questionable decisions. One of them was trading former All-Star Gerald Wallace. The Charlotte Hornets have made many questionable trades in the past.
The Charlotte Hornets have a long list of failed draft picks, but one pick will possibly go down as the worst the team has ever made. If any franchise has had an odd existence, it’s the Charlotte Hornets.
With Vince Carter retiring from professional basketball, it’s time to take a look at his best game against the Charlotte Hornets. As the world continues to recover from the Coronavirus, fans have awaited more NBA related news.
The Hornets lobbied to be included in the NBA’s restart this summer and are “very disappointed” not to be part of it, president of basketball operations Mitch Kupchak said on Tuesday, according to Rick Bonnell of The Charlotte Observer.
If the NBA were to play a handful of regular-season games, teams like the Golden State Warriors and Cleveland Cavaliers — who are nowhere near contention — would not have a chance to even qualify for a play-in tournament.
“The Last Dance” is already providing people with a hagiographic assessment of Michael Jordan, the player. Now Yardbarker's Pat Heery assesses his years as owner of the Charlotte Bobcats/Hornets. (It's not pretty.)