Yeah, this one was ugly.
The Hornets will try to grind out another win as they limp towards the home stretch of the season.
The Hornets gotta have this one.
Chase and James are joined by the Hornets radio play-by-play man Sam Farber after discussing the Hornets misfortunes.
LaMelo Ball led six hornets in double-figures as Charlotte was able to grind out a win over Hamidou Diallo and the Pistons
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Miles Bridges is the latest Hornet to be added to the injury report, this time due to health and safety protocols
The Hornets went toe to toe with the Heat for three quarters, but an awful third quarter was too much for the Hornets to overcome.
Malik Monk has returned just in time to once again scorch the Heat
The Hornets got back to their winning ways with LaMelo Ball and Malik Monk back in the lineup.
Malik Monk and maybe LaMelo Ball are back in action as the Hornets try to capitalize on a soft stretch of the schedule.
This was a tough one.
Charlotte has to take advantage of a reeling Celtics team.
A strong second half wasn’t enough for the Hornets to overcome a 19 point second half deficit.
Charlotte beat up on the Bucks’ bench warmers in their last meeting, but now the starters are back and ready to play for real
Say it louder for those in the backcourt; Graham, Rozier and Wanamaker are crucial to the Hornets’ rotation
Charlotte’s ball-handlers have helped keep the offense afloat in the absence of three potent scorers
Chase and James talk about recent Hornets happenings before a talk with Hornets superfan CharlotteMan.
Could we be witnessing the emergence of the league’s next two-way star?
It was nice to see our old pal Kemba Walker
Let’s hope Miles stays hot, PJ finds his groove, and Terry finally has a vintage revenge game against his former team.
Bridges, Washington, and Rozier shared the offensive workload as the Hornets found a little bit of offensive rhythm.
The Hornets try to get back on track against a bad team.
Hopefully this is not a repeat performance from Thursday’s game against Chicago
It’s getting ugly.
Charlotte has to find some consistency starting tonight.
The final score does not tell the whole story, but a dominant third quarter from New York sealed Charlotte’s fate