When Dwight Howard takes the floor in October to start the 2018-2019 NBA season, he will once again be wearing a new uniform. The Charlotte Hornets, Howard’s team in 2017-2018, have agreed to trade the former All-Star to the Brooklyn Nets in-exchange for center Timofey Mozgov, two second-round draft picks, and cash in a dealContinue reading “Hornets, Nets Agree to Trade For Former All-Star Dwight Howard”
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Hornets’ Kemba Walker Undergoes Successful Left Knee Surgery
Charlotte Hornets guard Kemba Walker will resume basketball activities in July after undergoing successful surgery on his left knee to repair a torn meniscus in the knee. OFFICIAL @hornets G Kemba Walker underwent successful surgery today to repair torn meniscus in L knee. Return to basketball activity in July — Charlotte Hornets PR (@HornetsPR) MayContinue reading “Hornets’ Kemba Walker Undergoes Successful Left Knee Surgery”
WATCH: Giannis Antetokounmpo Dunks Home Two-Handed Reverse Windmil
Newsflash: Giannis Antetokounmpo can dunk, and he is pretty good at it: No Charlotte Hornet wanted any part of the Greek Freak on that play, and I don’t blame them one bit, and you shouldn’t as well. The Bucks may have lost the game 98-95 due to being turnover prone for most of the night,Continue reading “WATCH: Giannis Antetokounmpo Dunks Home Two-Handed Reverse Windmil”
Williams, Cavaliers Agree to two-year Deal
Mo Williams is back Cleveland Cavaliers fans, as the Cavaliers have signed the free agent point guard to a two-year deal worth 4.3 million. The deal includes a player option after the first year of the deal, as Williams spent last season with the Minnesota Timberwolves and the Charlotte Hornets. Mo Williams agreed to aContinue reading “Williams, Cavaliers Agree to two-year Deal”
Which Former Wisconsin Standout Will be Better in the NBA: Kaminsky or Dekker?
Former Wisconsin stars Frank Kaminsky and Sam Dekker were both drafted in the 1st round of the 2015 NBA Draft with Kaminsky going number nine overall to the Charlotte Hornets and Dekker going 18th overall to the Houston Rockets. There is several people questioning whether or not Kaminsky can translate well to the NBA andContinue reading “Which Former Wisconsin Standout Will be Better in the NBA: Kaminsky or Dekker?”
Bismack Biyombo set to Become an Unrestricted Free Agent
The Charlotte Hornets have elected to not extend the qualifying offer to free agent Bismack Biyombo according to Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo Sports. That means that instead of Biyombo being restricted, meaning that the Hornets can match any offer for Biyombo, he is now an unrestricted free agent because of this. Sourcs: Charlotte has informedContinue reading “Bismack Biyombo set to Become an Unrestricted Free Agent”
Hornets and Clippers Agree to Trade Involving Lance Stephenson
Reports earlier today indicated that the Charlotte Hornets and the Los Angeles Clippers were talking about a trade involving guard Lance Stephenson. According to Marc Stein of ESPN, the Hornets and Clippers have agreed in principle to trade Stephenson to the Clippers in-exchange for Matt Barnes and Spencer Hawes. The trade is expected to beContinue reading “Hornets and Clippers Agree to Trade Involving Lance Stephenson”
Timberwolves win NBA Draft Lottery, Will Pick First in 2015 NBA Draft
The Minnesota Timberwolves may have posted the worst record in basketball last season at 16-66, but they were big winners tonight at the NBA Draft Lottery selection show. For the first time in franchise history, the Timberwolves have landed the number one pick in the NBA Draft. It’s also the first time since 2004 theContinue reading “Timberwolves win NBA Draft Lottery, Will Pick First in 2015 NBA Draft”
Can the Heat Make the Playoffs?
The Miami Heat are currently 9th in the Eastern Conference sitting at a 29-36 record on the season. A lot has been made about this this Miami Heat team. Sure, they haven’t been playing the best basketball this season, but the roster has been changed a lot since they started on October 29th. Just howContinue reading “Can the Heat Make the Playoffs?”
Richard Jefferson Turns Back the Clock With Epic Poster Dunk on Michael Kidd-Gilchrist
Richard Jefferson turned back the clock by ending Michael Kidd-Gilchrist’s career. Jefferson, who started in place for teammate Chandler Parsons, who is dealing with an ankle injury, made the most out of his opportunity to start a game, by throwing down a crazy dunk. As he gets the feed from teammate Devin Harris, Richard JeffersonContinue reading “Richard Jefferson Turns Back the Clock With Epic Poster Dunk on Michael Kidd-Gilchrist”
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