Borrego and his group enter the season with renewed expectations.
Hayward comes to town as Charlotte’s biggest free agency signing in... ever?
Graham looks to build off his breakout sophomore campaign as one of the league’s most notable outliers.
Washington is primed for a breakout season, and the Hornets made the right moves to help
The Hayward connection, his fit in Charlotte, and why Rozier is poised to have a great year in Buzz City
Why Monk is poised to have a breakout scoring season
Cody Zeller is ice cream.
Surprise, surprise! Bismack Biyombo’s contract is finally gone, but the player remains in Charlotte.
What to expect and what to look for in Ball’s rookie season
Cody Martin didn’t put up big stats as a rookie, but he quickly established himself as a defensive stopped and fan favorite.
The undrafted Martin twin became a key cog in the Hornets rotation last season, but his path to playing time is murkier this season.
The 32nd overall selection got the most guaranteed money of any second-round pick, a sign that Charlotte has confidence in him already
Charlotte’s front office had to to snag a Kentucky player, they just couldn’t help themselves
In his sophomore season he has the inside track to carve out a role on the second unit, but is he ready to contribute on a much deeper Hornets roster?
The Hornets landed a first-round talent with the 56th pick
The Hornets have two players on two-way deals (I think) that may see some time with the NBA club this season.
The Hornets have a handful of players in camp for on Exhibit 10 contracts. Here’s what we can expect from them.
Yahoo Sources: Andre Drummond will listen to pitches from the New York Knicks, Los Angeles Lakers, Los Angeles Clippers, Boston Celtics and Charlotte Hornets.— Chris Haynes (@ChrisBHaynes) March 26, 2021
Yahoo Sources: Andre Drummond will listen to pitches from the New York Knicks, Los Angeles Lakers, Los Angeles Clippers, Boston Celtics and Charlotte Hornets.