Cody Martin

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 […]

The Hornets GM and President of Basketball Operations joined Kyle Bailey on Friday’s edition of The Clubhouse as he went in on why they traded for Montrezl Harrell, and what he makes of some of the current struggles right before the All-Star Break. The conversation started with the news of yesterday’s trade for former Wizard […]

Hornets Forward Gordon Hayward joined Kyle Bailey on Friday’s edition of The Clubhouse as he recapped his 41 point performance against the Spurs on Wednesday, and what he learned most about this team while being short-handed throughout most of the last 2 weeks. Kyle first asked Gordon about how grueling this season has been so […]

For the first time in their life, the Martin twins were separated this offseason, with Caleb heading to Miami, while Cody stayed here in Charlotte. "That's my best friend," Cody told the Mac Attack when he joined Mac and Bone on Friday morning. "We been together forever and whether it was playing sports or whatever the case is, we've done everything together. It's an adjustment; it's still an adjustment." Both guys have seemed to make the most of the separation, as both are having career years so far this season. Caleb is averaging a career-high in points per game (7.6), field goal percentage (48.9%), effective field goal percentage (56.3%) and rebounds per game (3.2) while playing the most extensive minutes of his career so far this season in Miami. Cody, meanwhile has become an extremely important piece for the Hornets this season, posting his career-highs in points per game (8.6), field goal percentage (48.8%), 3-point field goal percentage (50.0%), effective field goal percentage (57.1%), free throw percentage (57.1%), assists (2.4) and steals (1.4). Not too bad for guys what are still supposedly adjusting.

The Hornets came into this weekend looking to get back on track after three straight losses that included one to the lowly Rockets. The team was able to do just that last night with a 130-127 win in Atlanta despite the team being short-handed without three starters, LaMelo Ball, Terry Rozier and Mason Plumlee, and one role player in Jalen McDaniels who were all placed in COVID protocols on Saturday afternoon as first reported by Stadium's Shams Charnia.

Hornets GM and President of Basketball Operations¬† Mitch Kupchak joined Kyle Bailey on Friday’s edition of The Clubhouse to discuss the Hornets 4 game winning streak, and where he sees this Hornets team and their progress at the moment. Mitch started with the Hornets tough West Coast swing and how the team has improved on […]