Charlotte Hornets

The Hornets continued their hot streak on Wednesday night, taking down the Washington Wizards, 97-87, giving them their fourth straight win overall and their second consecutive win over a conference leader. While the Hornets scoring has dropped to an average of 106.3 points per game during the win streak, the Hornets defense has cranked it up on the defensive end of the floor, allowing just 98.3 points per game to opponents during that span. 

Hornets Lead Assistant Head Coach and former Head Coach for the Suns and Raptors Jay Triano joined Kyle Bailey today on the Clubhouse as he broke down the improved defense of the Hornets and the growth of guys like Miles Bridges. The conversation with Jay started with how the defense has played a big role […]

This afternoon, Nick and Stan welcomed on Hornets head coach James Borrego, as they were live from their annual Cornucopia event. The conversation started talking about the team's growth on the defensive end of the floor and then transitioned into the home-court advantage this team has had this season. Borrego said: "There's a pride about our home court that we're building, and I can't say that's been here from day one since I got here. The crowd played a huge role in the Hornet's last two wins, over the New York Knicks and the Golden State Warriors, both franchises with passionate fanbases. The Hornets are currently on a four-game homestand and are 4-2 overall in the Spectrum Center this season.

The Charlotte Hornets entered last Wednesday's game with the Memphis Grizzlies on a five game losing streak and were in need of a win to get something out of the road trip. Since that point, they have responded to real off three straight wins including a huge win at home over the Warriors on Sunday. Radio voice of the Hornets, Sam Farber, joined the Mac Attack earlier today to talk about the win and pointed to a big second half from one of the veterans in this one.

Even with the issues the Hornets have had on this road trip so far, though, Farber told the Mac Attack that it's not time to panic just yet. "I still feel good about the way Charlotte is playing overall," he said. "The schedule has not been kind; the Hornets at this point in the season have played more games and more road games than any other team in the NBA, so this has not been an easy stretch. They are going to even out in the end, the schedule will become more favorable on the back end and if the Hornets can weather this storm and continue to play in this manner, I feel good about where Charlotte sits."

The Hornets will debut this uniform on November 12th for the team's home game against the Knicks as one of 17 games for the alternate look.

CHARLOTTE – The Charlotte Hornets overcame the third-biggest opening night deficit in the NBA’s last 25 years to win a 123-122 thriller over the Indiana Pacers on Wednesday, but the thing that left everyone talking happened afterward. LaMelo Ball, fresh off a 31-point performance as a catalyst in the comeback, wore a self-made suit which […]

The future is bright for Charlotte Hornets guard LaMelo Ball, coming up on his second year in the NBA. The 20-year-old is ‘rare’ as he describes himself. Ball’s rookie year he averaged 15.7 points, 5.9 rebounds 6.1 assists. After fracturing his wrist mid-season, fans thought that was it for Ball’s first year in the league. […]

Hornets GM and President of Basketball Operations Mitch Kupchak joined Kyle Bailey on Friday’s edition of The Clubhouse as he recapped an eventful draft for the Hornets, and what his goals are for the upcoming Free Agency period. Mitch started the interview by looking at their 11th overall pick in James Bouknight from UConn as […]

Hornets President of Basketball Operations and GM Mitch Kupchak joined the Clubhouse with Kyle Bailey as he previewed what will be a big offseason for the Hornets.