The Charlotte Hornets selected two players in the second round of the 2021 NBA Draft. It was reported before the draft that the Hornets would be trading the 57th overall pick to the Detroit Pistons to receive Mason Plumlee and the 37th overall pick.
An infectious smile beaming from Kai Jones’ face as he sat on a podium flanking Charlotte Hornets GM Mitch Kupchak and new teammate James Bouknight pretty much summed up the environment waffling inside Spectrum Center on Friday afternoon.
The Charlotte Hornets brought in two players in the first round of the 2021 NBA Draft. James Bouknight was selected with the 11th overall pick and Charlotte traded up to acquire the draft rights to Kai Jones who was taken by the New York Knicks with the 19th overall pick.
The 2021 NBA Draft has finally come to a conclusion and a new class of rookies is ready to take the court for the Charlotte Hornets. Charlotte had a very eventful evening, making two trades, and swinging for the fences on players with tons of upside.
With their selections in the NBA Draft, the Charlotte Hornets are hosts of the new Lob City Rob Perez, A.K.A WorldWideWob, has declared it, so therefore it must be true - Charlotte is the new Lob City.
The Charlotte Hornets have selected Scottie Lewis with the 56th overall pick in the second round of the 2021 NBA Draft. This should conclude the Hornets action for draft night as Mitch Kupchak and the Charlotte staff have brought in four rookies including Lewis to add to their young core.
The Charlotte Hornets turned to the frontcourt Thursday after Auburn forward JT Thor with the No. 37 overall pick of the 2021 NBA draft. Charlotte reportedly acquired the selection earlier in the evening when it sent the No...
Just eight picks after selecting James Bouknight with the 11th overall pick, the Charlotte Hornets made a big trade with the New York Knicks, sending a future first-round pick for the 19th overall pick in the 2021 NBA Draft.
The Charlotte Hornets may have just gotten the steal of the 2021 NBA Draft. Connecticut guard James Bouknight was projected to be a top-eight draft pick but slowly fell all the way to Charlotte at pick No.
The Charlotte Hornets have selected James Bouknight with the 11th overall pick in the 2021 NBA Draft. Bouknight was a two-year player for the Connecticut Huskies who brings a ton of upside to a Hornets team who’s looking to build to its young core for the future.
Holmes is looking to get paid this summer, and the Charlotte Hornets should be the team to pay him According to James Ham of NBC Sports Bay Area/California, Richaun Holmes is looking for a four-year deal worth around $80 million.
At the end of the 2019-20 season, few NBA franchises appeared to be in a worse spot than the Hornets, who won just 23 games, missed the playoffs for a fourth straight seasons, and didn’t have any young players with legitimate star upside on their roster.