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At The Hive Feb 9, 2019
Kemba scores over 30 for the fourth straight game; Hornets win 129-120

Kemba scores over 30 for the fourth straight game; Hornets win 129-120

Walker, Williams, and Lamb carried the load on offense. Kemba Walker scored 30 points for the fourth straight game, this time with 37 points, 7 assists, and nine 3-pointers made. Jeremy Lamb scored 24 points and tossed 7 assists of his own while Marvin Williams scored a season high 25 points. The trio combined to shoot 33/57 (58%) from the field and 16/31 (52%) from three. The Hornets exploded in the first quarter. They led 23-13 before they missed their first shot; they connected on their first eight attempts. By the midway point of the quarter, the Hornets had connected on 10 of 12 shot...
At The Hive Feb 7, 2019
Hornets Come Up Short Against Mavs

Hornets Come Up Short Against Mavs

Charlotte drops 2nd in a row in 99-93 loss to Dallas. The Hornets entered Wednesday’s matchup against the Mavericks looking to redeem themselves after blowing a 20-point 2nd half lead to the Clippers the night prior, but came up short in the 99-93 loss to Dallas. Kemba Walker, who had 22 in the first half alone, led all scorers with 30 points. Jeremy Lamb added 15 - 14 of which were scored in the 2nd half. Mavs’ Rookie sensation Luka Doncic finished with a triple double (19 points, 10 rebounds and 11 assists). The Hornets, but more specifically Kemba Walker, started off the contest...
At The Hive Feb 5, 2019
Hornets can’t overcome Clippers’ historic shooting night, lose 117-115

Hornets can’t overcome Clippers’ historic shooting night, lose 117-115

The Hornets played well, but it wasn’t enough to top the Clippers and their 75% 3-point shooting. Kemba Walker scored 32 points and dished 9 assists and Jeremy Lamb scored 22 points, but it wasn’t enough to overcome Lou Williams and Tobis Harris’ 65 combined points and the Clippers 75% 3-point shooting, as the Hornets lost 117-115. The Hornets missed a bunch of bunnies early, but quickly righted the ship. Cody Zeller checked in just over five minutes into the game, marking his first appearance in over a month. He quickly made his presence felt with an offensive rebound and a couple...
charlotteobserver Feb 5, 2019

Hornets guard Malik Monk’s uptick isn’t just promising. It’s consequential.

Malik Monk is coming after Jeremy Lamb’s starting job as the Charlotte Hornets’ shooting guard. That might not happen the rest of this season, but Monk’s progress is important for …
charlotteobserver Jan 30, 2019

You ask: What could Hornets get in trade for Jeremy Lamb? How to get Anthony Davis?

The Charlotte Hornets making some sort of a trade-deadline deal is a February tradition. Some acquisitions have been boosts (Josh McRoberts, Courtney Lee and Mo Williams). Some have been mediocre …
Swarm and Sting Jan 24, 2019

Charlotte Hornets: Jeremy Lamb the most likely player to be traded?

Heading into the NBA trade deadline, which is on February 7th, it appears that Charlotte Hornets guard Jeremy Lamb is the most likely Hornet to be traded. It’s been a career year for Jeremy Lamb of the Charlotte Hornets. He’s averaging a career-high 15.2 points and 5.5 rebounds, but may end up being traded prior […] Charlotte Hornets: Jeremy Lamb the most likely player to be traded? - Swarm and Sting - Swarm and Sting - A Charlotte Hornets Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
At The Hive Jan 20, 2019
Hornets overwhelmed by Pacers, lose 120-95

Hornets overwhelmed by Pacers, lose 120-95

The Hornets competed for a lot of the night, but ultimately couldn't keep pace with a superior Pacers team. Kemba Walker had 23 points and 7 assists, Bismack Biyombo had 10 points and 12 rebounds, but it wasn't enough as the Hornets fell to the Pacers, 120-95. Jeremy Lamb and Walker scored the first 11 points for the Hornets, while the rest of the team started cold. A Malik Monk floater with just over three minutes left was the first bucket scored by someone other than the Hornets starting back court. The Pacers led by as many as 16 points in the opening quarter, but the Hornets cut it to...

Walker scores 21 points to help Hornets rout Suns 135-115

Kemba Walker scored 21 points, Jeremy Lamb hit three-points and had 18 points and the Charlotte Hornets beat the Phoenix Suns 135-115 on Saturday for their third straight victory.

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