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The Charlotte Hornets have made their first move of the offseason, re-signing forward Cody Martin to a long-term deal first reported by Stadium.

Martin, who developed in Charlotte as a second-round pick, agreed to four-year deal worth $32 million as reported by Stadium’s Shams Charania.

Martin became Charlotte’s most reliable defender over his first three seasons, but his biggest jump in his offensive game came last year. He raised his three point percentage by 11 to 38%, averaging a career-high 7.7 points per game in just over 26 minutes per contest.