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Charlotte Hornets fans’ 2020 New Year’s resolutions

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Here’s what our audience believes Buzz City should do to launch into the new decade.

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Here’s to the new decade, everyone!

2020 looks to be a year full of uncertainty and excitement both in the NBA and the world around us.

In the basketball world, there hasn’t been this much hype surrounding the NBA since the 2015-2016 season, when LeBron James stormed back from a 3 games to 1 deficit to beat the 73-win Golden State Warriors in the Finals.

The cause for this rejuvenated interest is the race to the Finals being as wide open as ever. Six teams have a legitimate shot of winning it all. Each one of these six teams are headlined by some level of a dynamic duo on the court, and I’m sure each playoff series is going to be must-watch TV.

While we won’t have the experience of watching the Charlotte Hornets compete for a title this year, there is still a reason to be excited. Next season, the Hornets are expected to have more financial flexibility than they’ve had in four years.

If they decide to stay put at the February trade deadline, and after Marvin Williams, Bismack Biyombo and Michael Kidd-Gilchrist hit the market when the season ends, the Hornets will be positioned to have around $46 million in cap space to build their roster in free agency. Toss in a likely draft pick in the early lottery range, and suddenly the organization has a chance to be redeemed for all of their ill-advised choices in years past.

What better way to fantasize about what the Charlotte Hornets should do with these options than to ask its passionate fanbase?

On Twitter, I advised our followers to post their thoughts on what they want to be changed/improved in 2020.

Here’s what they came up with.

Thank you for those who participated in this small scale poll.

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For all readers of this page, both new and old, our staff wishes you a happy and healthy 2020!

Go Hornets!