Charlotte Hornets

After trading away Terry Rozier earlier in the week, it's safe to say that the Hornets are waving the white flag on the 2023-24 season, and a rebuild awaits the team as we get closer to the trade deadline. Charlotte entered the season with faint hopes of competing for a spot in the Play-In Tournament, and that all went sideways after an early rash of injuries took the team out of contention by mid-December. 

According to ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski, the Charlotte Hornets are trading guard Terry Rozier to the Miami Heat in return for Kyle Lowry and a 2027 first-round pick. This season, Rozier is averaging 23.2 points, 6.6 assists, and a 45.9% field goal percentage, all career bests. There were several rumors in recent weeks about a possible trade […]

The Charlotte Hornets earned their 10th and most unlikely win of the season Monday night, defeating the team with the best record in the West, with a 128-125 win over the Minnesota Timberwolves.

The Charlotte Hornets, who suffered a franchise-worst defeat last time they hosted the Philadelphia 76ers, couldn’t reverse their fortunes Saturday night, falling 97-89.

The Charlotte Hornets snapped the league’s longest active losing streak at six as they defeated the San Antonio Spurs, 124-120, on Friday night at Spectrum Center.

At 8-29, the Hornets are set to be sellers and not buyers at the upcoming NBA trade deadline next month. When the season started, it was reasonable to believe the team could be in a better situation at the trade deadline and could've been buyers, to ensure themselves as a playoff team in the Eastern Conference. 

The Charlotte Hornets’ second-longest losing streak of the year hit six games Wednesday as they fell short against the New Orleans Pelicans, 132-112 on Wednesday night.

The Charlotte Hornets shot just 28 percent in the first half, creating a mountain too steep to climb in a 104-87 loss to the Miami Heat on Sunday night.

The Charlotte Hornets came from 12 points down to force overtime, but ultimately fell to the Chicago Bulls, 119-112 on Monday night at Spectrum Center.

The Charlotte Hornets entered Friday night’s game in Chicago on the tail end of a long west coast road trip, one that stretched back to the day after Christmas and without three of their top seven scorers. By the end of the first quarter, the Hornets found themselves down one, both on the scoreboard and […]