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At The Hive Feb 5, 2016

How Jeremy Lin's playmaking broke down the Cleveland Cavaliers

Lin scored 24 points in the upset win, but his playmaking was just as important. Wednesday's 106-97 win over the Cleveland Cavaliers was arguably the best win of the season for the Charlotte Hornets. Cleveland held the best record in the Eastern Conference, and the Hornets hadn't beat Lebron James in six years. That streak looked likely to continue with Kemba Walker out, but Jeremy Lin stepped up as the starting point guard, finishing with 24 points and eight assists. Lin is best when playing point guard -- this isn't news to anyone who is remotely familiar with him. Walker's career year,...
At The Hive Feb 4, 2016

Hive Talk Live Thursdays brought to you by ESPN 730: The LeBron curse has been lifted!

The Hornets beat LeBron James for the first time since 2010 (when they weren't even called the Hornets) and the home crowd in Charlotte gets another amazing home game. The Hornets really know how to work the "Cable Box." They put on another show in front of their fans and after what seemed like an endless drought against Lebron James led teams, got a signature win in the face of a tough home stretch. Amazingly they did all of this without their captain, Kemba Walker. We're recapping the game and the three signature performances from Jeremy Lin, Michael Kidd-Gilchrist and rookie Frank...
Columbus Dispatch Feb 3, 2016

NBA | Hornets snaps Cavaliers' five-game winning streak

adcelannotate = {"mobilepaywallcategory" : "MOBILE_PREM-SPORTS","nativepaywallcategory" : "NATIVE_PREM-SPORTS"};CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- Jeremy Lin scored 24 points, and the Charlotte Hornets rallied in the second half to beat the Eastern Conference-leading Cleveland Cavaliers 106-97 on Wednesday night.
New York Post Jan 23, 2016

Weary Knicks get hit with a familiar storm: Linsanity

CHARLOTTE, N.C. — The Knicks got hit by a storm Saturday night — but this one wasn’t called Jonas. You may have heard of it: Linsanity. With Carmelo Anthony off his game and sitting out the fourth quarter with either a sore left knee or a sore ego, Hornets guard Jeremy Lin continued to shine...
Newsday Jan 23, 2016

Knicks fall to Lin and Hornets

CHARLOTTE -- It's been almost four years since "Linsanity" swept through New York and the NBA, and Jeremy Lin provided the Knicks a little reminder of it Saturday night.
Oakland Tribune Jan 19, 2016
Watch: Stephen Curry, Jeremy Lin sit down for a Chinese New Year dinner

Watch: Stephen Curry, Jeremy Lin sit down for a Chinese New Year dinner

The NBA is celebrating the Chinese New Year with a TV spot featuring Jeremy Lin, Stephen Curry and James Harden.
Rufus on Fire Jan 19, 2016

Links from around the web! The internet's best stories on the Hornets this week

A little serious, a little funny, but really informative — this week's links piece focuses on Kemba Walker's All-Star candidacy, a Jeremy Lin incident and notable improvements from some young players. We start out with one of my favorite pieces of all-time. Not because it is expertly well-written, just the message it is trying to send is something I'm happy is receiving recognition. Sacramento Kings wing Caron Butler penned a piece for the Players Tribune about why Kemba Walker should be an All-Star. Walker has made a significant jump this season in my mind and he has become as lovable as...
Rufus on Fire Jan 13, 2016

Charlotte Hornets end losing streak, defeat Atlanta Hawks, 107-84

The Charlotte Hornets returned home from a defeating road trip but recovered nicely Wednesday night, defeating the Atlanta Hawks, 107-84. Take a deep breath. How did that feel? The Hornets recovered nicely after returning from a rough road trip that compounded the league's longest losing streak entering Wednesday's game. The Charlotte defeated the Atlanta Hawks, 107-84, breaking a seven-game losing streak in the process. Steve Clifford's team had entered the night losing eight of their last 10 games. Injuries had been a major concern but Nicolaus Batum, Jeremy Lin and Spencer Hawes have all...

Decision Time Looms for the Grizzlies as the Trade Deadline Approaches

The Memphis Grizzlies have some important, potentially franchise altering decisions to make before the February 18 trade deadline. One of the hardest things to do in sports, specifically basketball, is to try and look at a four- or five-game trend and decipher exactly how it fits into the larger picture. In essence, what does this small sample size mean going forward? The most obvious example of this was Jeremy Lin's famous (infamous?) 19-day Linsanity run that took place back in February 2012. Lin averaged 24-9-2.5 steals over 11 games while leading the Knicks to a 9-2 record. The nation...

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