That's great news for a team that's played most games without a starter or two and a decimated bench. When mostly healthy early in the season, the Hornets looked very, very good — and that was without Michael Kidd-Gilchrist. Now that Kidd-Gilchrist is part of the equation, we can finally get a look at what this team's all about. Convenient timing with the trade deadline just weeks away.
The Heat are mostly healthy too, with only Chris Andersen and Tyler Johnson out tonight.
The Hornets got a great win against the Cleveland Cavaliers Wednesday. Let's hope they can start their home stand with a 2-0 record. It won't get any easier. They play the Washington Wizards tomorrow before taking on the Chicago Bulls on Monday.
Grab your snacks and get to a TV. It's time for Hornets basketball!