According to AP News, Charlotte Hornets General Manager says star rookie could make a return this season after having surgery to repair injured wrist. Hornets general manager Mitch Kupchak is not ruling out LaMelo Ball returning this season. Kupchak said the rookie point guard will be re-evaluated in “four or five weeks” after fracturing his […]
“The energy and passion provided by our Hornets fans has made a tremendous impact for our players and coaches, and we’re excited to safely increase Spectrum Center’s capacity to 25%,” said Hornets President & Vice Chairman Fred Whitfield.
The NBA Rookie of the Year front-runner appeared to suffer the injury after falling to the floor early in Saturday night's 125-98 loss to the Los Angeles Clippers. Ball played through the break and finished with 13 points.
On Wednesday's edition of the Clubhouse, Kyle explored a theory that ran through his mind that the Hornets could be one piece away from being a top 4 team in the Eastern Conference.
former UNC star player and former Coach of the Heels Matt Doherty discussed with Kyle Bailey and Stan Norfleet the recent struggles that the Hornets have gone through as of late, and why Coach James Borrego is towards the bottom of concerns for the Hornets right now
Head Coach of the Charlotte Hornets, James Borrego joined Nick and Will in the Afternoons to discuss LaMelo Ball and the Hornets’ latest struggles. He started off discussing this team’s struggles and thinks that his guys have to get better defensively to win these close games. He believes that they are capable of winning these […]
After the first 10 games of last season, Graham was averaging 17.9 points per game while shooting 39.6% from the field. A nice start to the year.....last year. This year's first 10 games went very different for Graham. But since, there has been a huge improvement from Graham in his shooting.
The Charlotte Hornets play the Chicago Bulls tonight at Spectrum Center at 7pm. This game carries a special message however, something way bigger than basketball…. social justice and equality. This week Hornets Sports & Entertainment (HSE) launched a new initiative and a social justice platform to “promote inclusion, uplift voices and bridge divides in […]
For the first time in years, there truly is a buzz surrounding the Charlotte Hornets, but fans can’t express their support in person due to COVID-19. Team President Fred Whitfield and Mecklenburg County Health Director Gibbie Harris met with Brett Jensen to discuss the possibility of fans returning to Spectrum Center.
The NBA acknowledged in their daily Last Two Minute Report that a last-second play was in fact a foul and an "Incorrect Non-Call" was made by the refs. The Hornets lost their third in a row adding to their streaky season. This week 2 struggling teams come to Charlotte as the Hornets look to start a win streak.
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