Lamb was a consistent offensive threat both as a starter and off the bench.
Marvin Williams’ numbers have regressed since his best season with the Hornets in 2015-16.
Malik Monk had an interesting season filled ups and downs, and loaded with explosive moments and incredible highlights.
The Hornets were worse off without Zeller for the second straight season, as the big man missed most of the 2017-18 season with knee troubles.
In his third season in the NBA, Frank Kaminsky made no drastic improvements from his second season in the NBA.
Dwayne Bacon broke the standard of second-round busts for the Hornets. He should be a future rotational player for the Hornets, soon enough.
After joining Charlotte via trade near the deadline, Hernangomez was a bright spot towards the end of the season.
Graham showed improvement in his second season with the Hornets, becoming one of Charlotte’s more reliable bench options.
The Hornets used their first ever two-way contracts on a couple of former ACC standouts. Here’s how they fared.
Stone saw limited opportunities this season in his return to the NBA.
Michael Carter-Williams struggled heavily during his first season with the Hornets.