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Boston Celtics at Charlotte Hornets Game #4 10/25/21

Boston Celtics (1-2) at Charlotte Hornets (3-0) Monday, October 25, 2021. TV: NBCSB, BSSE-CHA, NBA-LP Radio: WBZ-FM, WFNZ 610 AM. The Celtics head to Charlotte to take on the Hornets for their second game in as many nights. The Hornets are also playing on the second night of back to back games having played in Brooklyn on Sunday. Both teams also needed to travel after Sunday’s game. This is the first of 4 games between these two teams. They will play in Boston 1/19 and 2/2 and again in Charlotte on 3/9.
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Hornets Ace 1st Major Test of the Season

More Coverage: Game Action Gallery | James Borrego Postgame | Miles Bridges Postgame | Ish Smith Postgame. The Charlotte Hornets opened their first back-to-back of the season on Sunday afternoon with a major road test in the Brooklyn Nets, a team that many consider to be the current NBA title favorite. It appeared to be a test the Hornets had all the answers to – especially in the second half – resulting in a 111-95 victory and the first 3-0 start in franchise history.
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Game stream: Boston Celtics vs. Charlotte Hornets

The Boston Celtics (2-2) play against the Charlotte Hornets (1-1) at Spectrum Center. Boston Celtics 140, Charlotte Hornets 129 (Final/OT) Terance Mann didn’t even want to shoot that corner 3 lol… the but Nassir stumbled a bit and T-Mann had more time than AI did in that same corner. Clippers...
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Bridges, Bench Unit Fuel Hornets 1st Road Win

More Coverage: Game Action Gallery | James Borrego Postgame | Miles Bridges Postgame | Kelly Oubre Jr. Postgame. Ever since Head Coach James Borrego took over the team in 2018, the Hornets have steadily gotten better and better at winning on the road. “I love the mentality of this group....
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Game stream: Charlotte Hornets vs. Brooklyn Nets

The Charlotte Hornets (3-0) play against the Brooklyn Nets (2-2) at Barclays Center. Charlotte Hornets 111, Brooklyn Nets 95 (Final) Celtics just a little too sloppy allowing Houston to keep it just a little too close. This could cost them tomorrow against Charlotte. Tatum’s night should be over but instead they still need him on the floor – 9:13 PM.
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The Charlotte Hornets will be the new face of small-market success

Over the years, the importance of being located in a so-called “big-market city” has grown exponentially. It seems that every free agent wants to go to a big city and help those teams win. Cities such as Brooklyn, Los Angeles, Miami, Boston, and Philadelphia stand out among these cities. However, even places such as Houston, Dallas, and Oakland have garnered the financial backing to draw free agents.
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Hornets Welcome Back Full Crowd with Spectacular Comeback

Opening Night was always going to be circled on the Hornets calendar, even before an extra wrinkle of motivation was added when the schedule dropped two months ago. Their opponent? None other than the Indiana Pacers, the same team that ended Charlotte’s 2020-21 season in humiliating fashion with a 27-point win in the NBA Play-In Game this past May.
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Charlotte Hornets Announce Starting 5 vs Nets

Moments ago, the Charlotte Hornets announced the starting lineup for tonight's season opener against the Brooklyn Nets. The Hornets and Nets are set to tip-off at 4 p.m. EST. You can follow us for future coverage by liking us on Facebook & following us Twitter:. Facebook - All Hornets. Twitter...
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Three things we learned about the Charlotte Hornets in season-opening win vs. Pacers

Miles Bridges bounced the ball with a little extra thrust, likely a combination of exhilaration, euphoria, exhaustion and anxiousness. A furious comeback attempt had been threatened by Indiana, the same team the Charlotte Hornets lost to in the NBA’s play-in tournament back in May. The Pacers had one final gasp, giving it to the guy who’s terrorized the Hornets down low for years.
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Charlotte Hornets: Miles Bridges awarded Eastern Conference player of the week

It’s been announced by The Athletic’s, Shams Charania, that Charlotte Hornets forward, Miles Bridges, has been awarded Eastern Conference player of the week. In three games this season, Bridges is averaging 25.0 points per game, 8.0 rebounds, 2.0 assists and 2.7 steals per game while leading the Hornets to a 3-0 record to start the season.
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2021-22 Hornets Player Preview: Gordon Hayward

So far, Gordon Hayward has been worth the four-year, $120M contract he signed with the Charlotte Hornets last offseason. The expectation was that Hayward would provide a veteran presence in the locker room that doubled as one of the team’s most talent players on the court, and to this point, he has. He started the year off on a tear, with his percentages hovering near the renowned “50/40/90 Club” range for much of the first half of the season. Prior to LaMelo Ball’s emergence, he was the best scorer and playmaker in the Hornets’ starting lineup, and the offense suffered greatly in his absence once he went down with a foot injury in April.
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Charlotte Hornets got LiAngelo Ball in the G League draft. Here’s who else they took

The Greensboro Swarm got their man on Saturday. Days after learning the Charlotte Hornets didn’t actually hold LiAngelo Ball’s G League rights as the team originally thought, the Swarm selected him with the 14th pick in the G League Draft. Ball headlined the Swarm’s three first-round picks, joining Chudier Bile and Tyree White.
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2021-22 Charlotte Hornets fantasy hoops projected stats

I not only enjoy watching Hornets games, I’m also a fantasy hoops addict. I can be thoroughly engrossed watching a random game between the Sacramento Kings and the Oklahoma City Thunder as long as I have De’Aaron Fox and Shai Gilgeous-Alexander on my fantasy roster. At any point in the NBA season I know way too much about random tidbits like Tomas Satoransky’s assists, Jakob Poeltl’s rebounds and blocks, and which teams have four games in the next five nights.
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Projecting the Charlotte Hornets Starting Five

It's hard to believe we are officially just days away from Charlotte Hornets basketball returning in the Spectrum Center. On Wednesday, the Hornets will open the lid on the 2021-22 season by playing host to the Indiana Pacers. Head coach James Borrego is heading into his fourth year on the job and is looking to capture his first winning season. The Hornets got off to a decent start a year ago but collapsed in the 2nd half of the season going 6-15 in their final 21 games.
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LaMelo Ball silencing skeptics with a jumper that’s carrying the Hornets’ offense

The amount of space between the signature red sneakers on LaMelo Ball’s feet and the 3-point arc is growing with each game, defying the skeptics’ predictions. Give the Charlotte Hornets star guard enough room by sagging off defensively and it’s almost a sure bet he’s going to hoist a long-distance jumper. He’s that confident. Any lingering reluctance is gone and he’s making them at an eye-popping rate.
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Kupchak, Hornets to Strongly Utilize G-League

The Hornets have prioritized player development significantly in recent years and continue to do so. Just two years ago, James Borrego stated that player development was the “lifeblood of the organization.” This was a sentiment he frequently resounded throughout his first few years as head coach. While the Hornets are playoff hopefuls entering the 2021-22 season, those very sentiments of player development are still deep-rooted into the foundation of this Hornets franchise.
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Hornets Announce Plans to Honor Rick Bonnell

October 19, 2021 – The Charlotte Hornets announced today plans to honor the legacy and impact made on the organization, its fans and the city of Charlotte by former Charlotte Observer Hornets beat writer Rick Bonnell. An award-winning sportswriter for more than 33 years at The Observer whose coverage of the Hornets spanned from the franchise’s inaugural 1988-89 season through the 2020-21 campaign, Bonnell passed away on June 1 at the age of 63.
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