The game starts at 6 p.m. EST. NBATV is broadcasting the game live, and you can find it on the NBA's broadband league pass app on their website.
The Hornets moved on last time in a victory over the Knicks, thanks mostly due to the improved play of their ballyhooed rookies P.J. Hairston and Noah Vonleh, and also Justin Brownlee, whose shooting and physicality with the ball in his hands has helped them get to the free-throw line.
Cody Zeller did not play in that game, and I doubt he'll play today either, judging by tweets of people meeting him in the Charlotte airport about an hour and a half ago.
If Charlotte wins again, they'll face the winner of Sacramento and Washington who play after the Hornets tonight.