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Season Review: Charlotte Hornets

This season was one that was very disappointing for the re-claimed Charlotte Hornets. Charlotte ended last season on a great note, making the playoffs for the second time since the move back to Charlotte. 589 more words

Opinion Column

Season in Review: Kemba Walker

Kemba Walker is a hard worker and a feisty player which helpsĀ buildingĀ the narrative that he’s a very good defender.

That isn’t though necessarily the case and there are certain shortcomings about him on the defensive end that did especially show during the last season. 1,354 more words

Charlotte Hornets Blog

Hornets officially eliminated from playoff contention

The battle for the final two seeds in the Eastern Conference just got a little less crowded. With the Hornets’ 104-80 loss to the Hawks and the Celtics’ 99-90 win over the Cavs, Charlotte has officially been eliminated from playoff contention. 126 more words

Charlotte Bobcats

Kemba Walker Says Charlotte's Ills 'Have Nothing To Do' With The Coach

Steve Clifford appeared to be a godsend for the normally-hapless Charlotte Hornets/Bobcats, leading the team to the playoffs behind a completely revitalized, innovative defense. Following his success, as well as the addition of Lance Stephenson over the summer, expectations were understandably high coming into this season. 745 more words

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Atlanta Hawks drops road contest to Charlotte Hornets (3/28/15)

By E. Marcel Pourtout, Editor

After securing the top seed in the playoffs for the Eastern Conference last night with a home win over Miami, the Atlanta Hawks traveled across Southern state lines and faced a hungry Charlotte Hornets squad in a late season fight for a playoff spot. 308 more words

Nba

Daily basketball players should go all-in on LaMarcus Aldridge

Before we dip into today’s features, or tell you to start Russell Westbrook again, his Oklahoma City Thunder teammate is the center of attention in Utah. 537 more words

Basketball

Kemba Walker Burns Aaron Brooks Twice, Then Freezes Taj Gibson On The Next Possession

The Hornets fell to the Bulls last night, 98-86, but Kemba Walker did his part for Charlotte with 29 points (11/24) in 34 minutes. His most electrifying moments came inside of 10 minutes left in the third quarter when he shook Aaron Brooks twice before nailing the step-back J over Pau Gasol. 54 more words

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