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Scouting Report: Rondae Hollis-Jefferson

Rondae Hollis-Jefferson is a small forward from the University of Arizona. Jefferson is 6’7 with a 7’1 wingspan. For the year, he averaged, 28.7 minutes per game, 11.2 points per game, 6.8 rebounds per game, 1.6 assists per game, 1.2 steals per game, 0.8 blocks per game, while shooting 50.2% from the field, and 20.7% from three. 697 more words

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Sam Dekker – What is he?

In his three years at the University of Wisconsin, Sam Dekker developed into an overall good, but puzzling player.

He had an unreal run in the NCAA Tournament, where he hit an abundance of threes and scored a lot of points. 885 more words

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Season in Review: Michael Kidd-Gilchrist

Kidd-Gilchrist was our best player this season, no matter what’s the measurement of your preference.

Our defense, which is built on limiting drives and wings (mainly, MKG and Henderson) who keep action towards the side-lines, collapsed whenever Mike hit the bench. 1,274 more words

Charlotte Hornets Blog

Dime Roundtable: The Defensive Player Of The Year Will Come From The Frontcourt

Jack Winter: Defensive Player of the Year is the most subjective award in basketball. The collective’s understanding of what makes a truly impactful defender has rapidly developed over the years and continues to do so, enough that it’s a foregone conclusion that  2,060 more words

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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

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Jon Barry factcheck

I caught a clip this morning of NBA analyst Jon Barry, lamenting (what else) the one-and-done. Barry’s angle was that the one-and-done players don’t really have a choice because, if they stay in school longer, the flaws in their game get exposed and their draft stock might plummet. 488 more words

Charlotte Starts A Fake 'MKG Security' Company To Help Michael Kidd-Gilchrist Get On All-Defensive Team

The Hornets have one of the better sports marketing departments in the NBA. With a team that is in the playoff hunt but doesn’t get much of the buzz (do you get it) of other franchises, Charlotte has to do whatever it can to make sure people don’t forget about them. 320 more words

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