The Charlotte Hornets are constantly toiling in the position of not being good enough to make the playoffs, but not bad enough to get a high draft pick. They had a good offseason, giving fans hope.
Linsanity will be back and bigger than ever this season as Jeremy Lin has finally found the right fit for his game.
The Charlotte Hornets are 5-0 in preseason for the time in franchise history. Many people have written off the Hornets, but find out why they might actually be a solid team.
Here are five bold predictions for how the Charlotte Hornets will perform in 2015-16.
Coming off of the best season of his young career, Kidd-Gilchrist was primed for a breakout season. Unfortunately, a season-ending shoulder injury will force him to miss that chance.
With Michael Kidd-Gilchrist projected to miss the season with a right shoulder injury, what should the Charlotte Hornets do to replace the defensive specialist?
The Charlotte Hornets haven't been consistent enough to be an Eastern Conference threat.
If Nicolas Batum can play as a No. 1 option, the Charlotte Hornets will be dangerous next season.
Charlotte has some depth this year that will allow Steve Clifford to experiment with multiple lineups.
Charlotte Hornets PG Jeremy Lin wasn't recognized by team security yet again, and this isn't a great sign for his career prospects.