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The Plan For The Charlotte Hornets To Build A Contender Has Begun

The Charlotte Hornets are a team that many thought would take the next step last season. They had made the playoffs in the 2013-2014 season and wanted to build upon it the next season. 1,553 more words

NBA

Thunder trade Jeremy Lamb to Hornets for Luke Ridnour

Luke Ridnour has been making the rounds in the first few days of this offseason, becoming the modern-day 2009 Quentin Richardson. He was traded from Orlando to Memphis yesterday for the rights to former second-round pick Janis Timma; then from Memphis to Charlotte this morning for Matt Barnes;and now, the Hornets have used him as a trade chip to acquire Thunder guard Jeremy Lamb, both teams announced Thursday afternoon in separate press releases. 326 more words

Oklahoma City Thunder

Draft Preview # 4: Trades!

Written by Ian Ellis (iellis2018@yahoo.com)

In our last draft preview, we look at one of the most talked options with the pick, trading it. Whether it be trading the pick for a superstar or to trade down, a lot of talk has been about trading the pick. 3,260 more words

Knicks

Michael Jordan Says He Can Take Current NBA Players In One-On-One

His royal airness Michael Jordan has still got it (or at least he thinks he does).

The 52-year-old said in a recent interview that he can still go toe-to-toe with Charlotte Hornets players and still come out on top, but he falls back because he doesn’t want to “demolish their confidence” (that would be bad, huh?) 133 more words

National

Michael Jordan Says He Can Take Current NBA Players In One-On-One

His royal airness Michael Jordan has still got it (or at least he thinks he does).

The 52-year-old said in a recent interview that he can still go toe-to-toe with Charlotte Hornets players and still come out on top, but he falls back because he doesn’t want to “demolish their confidence” (that would be bad, huh?) 133 more words

National

Michael Jordan Says He Can Take Current NBA Players In One-On-One

His royal airness Michael Jordan has still got it (or at least he thinks he does).

The 52-year-old said in a recent interview that he can still go toe-to-toe with Charlotte Hornets players and still come out on top, but he falls back because he doesn’t want to “demolish their confidence” (that would be bad, huh?) 133 more words

Michael Jordan Says He Can Take Current NBA Players In One-On-One

His royal airness Michael Jordan has still got it (or at least he thinks he does).

The 52-year-old said in a recent interview that he can still go toe-to-toe with Charlotte Hornets players and still come out on top, but he falls back because he doesn’t want to “demolish their confidence” (that would be bad, huh?) 133 more words

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