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Hornets Mail Bag

Sep 08 2018 05:18 AM | Andrew Barraclough in Featured

So, I promised, quite some time ago, that I’d produce an actual mail bag. Ricky B! has produced 3 in the same amount of time. What have I done? Well, I got married. Which also means I had a bachelor party weekend, a bachelor night and had my pictur...

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Where do the Hornets go From Here?

Jan 28 2018 11:06 PM | GeraldWallaceMVP in Featured

Just two seasons ago the Charlotte Hornets went on a wild tear through the second half of the season to wind up tied for third place in the east.

The team was led by the rise of Kemba Walker and a revitalized Nic Batum, the future looked bright for the first time in awhile in Charlotte.

Today the Hornets sit at twelfth in the east at 20-28, with the trade deadline looming and the possibility of another disappointing season.

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Charlotte Hornets: 2016-2017 Season Outlook

Sep 15 2016 02:49 PM | Marcus Williams in Featured

The Charlotte Hornets enjoyed their best season since 2000 this past year with a 48-34 record. The breakout season unfortunately ended at the hands of divisional rival Miami Heat in seven games, but that shouldn’t take away from their successful season...

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Blogcat's Take, 5/7

May 07 2016 09:50 PM | Blogcat in Featured

Don’t worry, I’m not going to recap Game South of Heaven 7 for you in this post. Trust me, I’d rather recap a botched nephrostomy. Instead, I want to first acknowledge and celebrate the tremendous success the Hornets had this year, and then I want to t...

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Game Thread: Charlotte Hornets @ Miami Heat (Ga...

May 01 2016 07:36 AM | joe in Featured

NBA Playoffs Round 1, Game 7 Charlotte Hornets at Miami Heat Sunday, May 1, 2016, 1:00pm ET AmericanAirlines Arena, Miami, FL Referees #24 Mike Callahan | #55 Bill Kennedy | #14 Ed Malloy | #26 Pat Fraher (alternate) Matchups Goran Dragic...

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Blogcat's Take, 4/30

Apr 30 2016 01:40 PM | Blogcat in Featured

I’m in a weird place emotionally compared to where I was at this time last week. Last Saturday morning the Hornets had just had gotten their testicles severed and flushed down the toilet by Miami in Games 1 and 2. Thus my subsequent article was a faile...

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Blogcat's Take, 4/2

Apr 02 2016 01:45 PM | Blogcat in Featured

This week provided incredible relief for Hornets fans; I felt like I was freebasing Prilosec. Charlotte Bachman Turner Overdrove the Bucks and Sixers twice, taking care of business against teams they should be beating. One side note: I only had the Mil...

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Blogcat's Take, 3/19

Mar 21 2016 03:57 PM | Blogcat in Featured

(Note: Blogcat moved this weekend! And Blogcat himself is writing this, so he’s not sure why he’s going 3rd person; he’ll stop now. Anyway, I didn’t get a chance to submit this Saturday morning before the internet at my old crib was turned off. So A) s...

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Blogcat's Take, 2/20

Feb 19 2016 10:12 PM | Blogcat in Featured

I’m writing this post ahead of Friday’s Bucks-Hornets game, so please don’t feel like I’m blowing it off. On the contrary, this game carries more significance than a mosquito carries Zika. It’s our first game back without Michael Kidd-Gilchrist; it’s o...

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Blogcat's Take, 2/6

Feb 06 2016 04:26 PM | Blogcat in Featured

I’m desperately trying to get last night’s disaster against Miami out of my mind, but the image of it continues to dangle in front of me like full-frontal Harvey Keitel nudity. It was painful for so many reasons, but most of all because I hate the Heat...

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Blogcat's Take, 1/16

Jan 16 2016 03:02 PM | Blogcat in Featured

For some reason, I feel like dwelling on the pain of last night’s loss to the New Orleans Pelicans while it’s still farm-to-table fresh. There was so much to be frustrated about; it was a frustration-rich environment. Going in reverse order: why wasn’t...

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Blogcat's Take, 1/9

Jan 09 2016 12:46 PM | Blogcat in Featured

Now that I’ve had a chance to sit for a few days on that burning hemorrhoid of a loss to the Phoenix Suns Wednesday night, I think I have a little better perspective on things. My initial knee-jerk reaction to the game was a literal knee-jerk, followed...

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Blogcat's Take, 1/2

Jan 02 2016 03:13 PM | Blogcat in Featured

Despite another dreary week of Hornets basketball, ESPN.com’s Relative Percent Index still has Charlotte ranked 10th overall, while the fuzzier and typically more negative Basketball Power Index only has them two spots lower at 12th. My Personal Eyebal...

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Blogcat's Take, 11/28

Nov 28 2015 05:27 PM | Blogcat in Featured

Last week I reported that the Hornets’ defense inside the paint has been something besides a nuclear holocaust, which caught everyone by surprise—me most of all. After all, the one skill Bismack Biyombo provided us last season (besides tweets like “I b...

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Blogcat's Take, 11/21

Nov 21 2015 03:43 PM | Blogcat in Featured

Now that we’re a good chunk of the way into the season, it’s time to stick a thermometer up the Hornets’ rectum and take the overall temperature of the team. My gut tells me that as pleasant as it is to be above .500, there are some massive weaknesses...

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Blogcat's Charlotte Hornets 2015-16 Season...

Oct 17 2015 11:42 AM | Blogcat in Featured

Last week I summoned up my inner Johnny Cochran and tried to make a case for our starting 5. Don’t bother going back and reading it if you haven’t seen it already—God knows I won’t. The basic gist of it was, all in all, I think our starting 5 should be...

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The New Model For Charlotte Hornets Success

Oct 15 2015 01:58 PM | QC Thundercats in Featured

So over the years, we've talked about which team's model to follow to build up a contender. What started with the OKC model ended abruptly with the Unibrow scandal. The Pacers/Grizzlies model was admired for building up from mid round picks, except we...

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