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Charlotte Hornets

  • Founded: 1988
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  • History: Charlotte Hornets (1988-2002), (2014-today), Charlotte Bobcats (2004-2014)
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  • Team Colors: Petrol, Dark Purple, Gray, White
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  • Arena: Spectrum Center, Charlotte, North Carolina
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  • Championships: 0
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  • Head Coach: James Borrego
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  • Arrivals: Bismack Biyombo, Tony Parker
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  • Departures: Michael Carter-Williams, Dwight Howard, Timofey Mozgov
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  • Rookies: Miles Bridges, Devonte Graham, Arnoldas Kulboka
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  • Key Players: Kemba Walker, Nicolas Batum, Marvin Williams, Michael Kidd-Gilchrist
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  • Franchise GOAT: Larry Johnson


Position Name Number Height Weight Date of Birth School
Guard Barford, Jalen - 1,88 m 94 kg 23.01.1996 Arkansas
Guard Chealey, Joe 32 1,91 m 86 kg 01.11.1995 College of Charleston
Guard Graham, Devonte 4 1,88 m 84 kg 28.02.1995 Kansas
Guard Lamb, Jeremy 3 1,96 m 84 kg 30.05.1992 Connecticut
Guard Macura, J. P. 55 1,96 m 92 kg 05.06.1995 Xavier
Guard Monk, Malik 1 1,91 m 91 kg 04.02.1998 Kentucky
Guard Parker, Tony 9 1,88 m 84 kg 17.05.1982 France
Guard/Forward Walker, Kemba 15 1,85 m 83 kg 08.05.1990 Connecticut
Guard/Forward Batum, Nicolas 5 2,03 m 91 kg 14.12.1988 France
Forward Bacon, Dwayne 7 2,01 m 100 kg 30.08.1995 Florida State
Forward Bridges, Miles 0 2,01 m 100 kg 21.03.1998 Michigan State
Forward Kidd-Gilchrist, Michael 14 2,01 m 105 kg 26.09.1993 Kentucky
Forward Smith, Zach - 2,03 m 100 kg 05.01.1996 Texas Tech
Forward Wilkins, Isaiah - 2,03 m 93 kg 23.09.1995 Virgina
Forward Williams, Marvin 2 2,06 m 108 kg 23.09.1986 North Carolina
Forward/Center Kaminsky, Frank 44 2,13 m 110 kg 04.04.1993 Wisconsin
Forward/Center Zeller, Cody 40 2,13 m 109 kg 05.10.1992 Indiana
Center Biyombo, Bismack 11 2,06 m 116 kg 28.08.1992 DR Congo
Center Hernangomez, Willy 41 2,11 m 109 kg 27.05.1994 Spain

Caught in mediocrity

The Charlotte Hornets are in the most thankless situation in which you can be in the NBA. They are not good enough to reach the playoffs and not bad enough to get a top draft pick. They are caught somewhere inbetween where their season is not rewarded and it's hard to look to the future with optimism.

To destroy all hope right from the start: This doesn't change. At least not this season. The roster simply lacks punch and talent. The starting five of the Hornets is solid and can hold its own, but onnce these players catch a breath it goes downhill fast. Even Tony Parker won't make a difference here.

Not everything is bad in Charlotte. Swapping Dwight Howard for Bismack Biyombo may seem like a step backwards, but it's no coincidence that Howard is constantly being shipped from team to team. For the Hornets this was a tough decision but if it improves the lockerroom atmosphere it was the right one. Biyombo plays full tilt whenever he steps on the floor. The same can not be said about Howard. Walker and Batum are both in the prime of their careers and capable of averaging for 20+ points a night.

The Veteran


The move from Tony Parker to the Hornets came as something of a surprise. Most experts expected the Frenchman to do the same as his Argentine friend Ginoboli: Spurs or retirement. Apparently, the 36-year-old point guard has not had enough yet, so he switched Conferences.

How much Parker can help the Hornets remains to be seen. Again and again, the four-time champion has been plagued by injuries in recent years, which severely limited his productivity on the court. But even a perfectly healthy Parker would not be able to compete for the starting job. Walker, the 28-year-old All-Star point guard, is by far the best player on the team.

Why Parker wanted to play for Charlotte, only he knows exactly. But two factors are likely to have played a role. For one thing Parker is good friends with small forward Nicolas Batum, whom he knows from his numerous national team appearances. Secondedly the Hornets now have a new head coach in James Borrego, who has been an assistant coach with the Spurs for 10 years and is therefore very familiar with Parker and his playing style.


Kemba Walker


Nicolas Batum


Michael Kidd-Gilchrist


Marvin Williams


Jeremy Lamb


Frank Kaminsky


After Walker and Batum, the Hornets squad is made up of a collection of 'might-someday-be-good', 'never-has-reached-his-potential' and 'why-is-he-even-in-the-league'. Not ideal conditions for trades to get better players. In addition, although Michael Jordan was the GOAT on the court, in the front office of the Hornets he has not done a convincing and that was 23 years ago.

Of course, the Hornets as a so-called small market team have a harder time to lure free agent superstars to their city than, let's say, the New York Knicks or Los Angeles Lakers. But how else should such a franchise improve, if not through trades and free agents?

Normally, with small market teams this happens through the draft. That's how the Hornets got Alonzo Mourning and Larry Johnson. They got them because they played horrible the years before and received high draft picks. Today's Hornets are not that bad (yet). Decide for yourself if that's good.

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