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Hornets news and notes, 4/23/2020

Even without basketball, the Hornets have done a few things worth mentioning.

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The Charlotte Hornets haven’t played a basketball game in over a month, which has really been a hit to our content generation. But over the last couple weeks, the Hornets have done a few things that are worth sharing. But first:

Head coach James Borrego spoke with the media about his team’s development, particularly leading up to the last eight games of the season, how the team is staying engaged in isolation, team needs, and other things.

The Hornets are doing a number of things to help those in need right now. The team is selling branded cloth masks, with all proceeds going to the Second Harvest Food Bank.

Michael Jordan is donating all of his earnings from The Last Dance documentary, which is estimated to be $3-4 million according to Forbes.

A couple of Hornets are using the time off to get some fresh ink. Mark Johnson (@jeezytattoos on Instagram) shared pictures of pieces he’s done for forwards Miles Bridges and PJ Washington.

Getting these done seems to go against the whole social distancing thing we’re supposed ot be following, but the tattoos are pretty sick.