When the NBA Finals tip-off this Thursday night in Denver, it will also mark the NBA Draft being three weeks away, as teams around the league will continue to fill out their draft boards, with the #1 pick already an afterthought. The Charlotte Hornets own the#2 pick, and that's is really where the draft starts, especially with the Blazers, who currently own the #3 pick, open to trading for a veteran piece to pair with Damian Lillard.
The 2023 NBA Draft is less than a month away, and last week after the Hornets moved up to the #2 pick, the debate began regarding who they pick should be after the lottery. Brandon Miller had a stellar freshman season at Alabama, helping guide the Crimson Tide to the #1 overall seed in the NCAA Tournament, and a trip to the Sweet 16. His NBA comp has long been Paul George of the Clippers, and when healthy, he is one of the best two-way players in all of basketball. While a majority of NBA draft analysts see Paul George in Miller, that belief isn't true for everybody, including the host of the Wes & Walker Show on WFNZ, Walker Mehl.
In a critical offseason for the Hornets, Rod Boone, writer for the Charlotte Observer joins Mac & Bone to discuss what needs to be done to improve the team. With the Hornets holding the number two overall draft pick, the decision has been narrowed down to either Scoot Henderson from G League team Ignite or […]
The Head Coach of the Charlotte Hornets joined Kyle Bailey on Tuesday’s edition of The Clubhouse to discuss why he came back, and some of the talent who stands out on this team. Things with Coach Clifford started with him talking about returning to the Hornets after being fired by the team in 2018 as […]
Former Duke standout Basketball Player turned College Basketball Analyst for ESPN Jay Bilas joined Kyle Bailey on Monday’s edition of the Clubhouse as he looked at another big coaching departure, and the Tar Heels bringing most of this year’s squad back. Things started off with Jay Bilas reacting to the shocking retirement last week of […]
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 […]
Clarke was in Los Angeles training for the upcoming NBA Draft. The former five-star recruit and 2020 McDonald's All-America made the decision to leave Kentucky after just one season. The 6-foot-7, 195 pound guard averaged 9.6 points, 2.6 rebounds and two steals in eight games for UK this past season.
Suggs averaged 14.4 points, 5.3 rebounds and 4.5 assists per game in the 2020-21 season, helping the Bulldogs advance to their second national championship appearance. Gonzaga finished with a 31-1 record and tried to become the first school to go undefeated with a title since 1979.