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Bright Side Of The Sun Jan 19, 2019
Open Thread: Phoenix Suns (11-35) vs Charlotte Hornets (21-23)

Open Thread: Phoenix Suns (11-35) vs Charlotte Hornets (21-23)

It’s a matinee matchup today in Charlotte. Hornets starters: Kemba Walker, Jeremy Lamb, Nicolas Batum, Marvin Williams, Bismack Biyombo Suns starters: De’Anthony Melton, Devin Booker, Mikal Bridges, T.J. Warren, Deandre Ayton Time to play! Can the Suns win and even up the season series between the two teams? Tell us what you think in the comments as you follow the game.
ClutchPoints Jan 13, 2019
Hornets’ Nicolas Batum not bothered by trade rumors

Hornets’ Nicolas Batum not bothered by trade rumors

It’s no secret that the Charlotte Hornets want to get rid of Nicolas Batum’s contract, a massive deal that still has nearly $80 million remaining on it from this year through the end of 2021. In order for the Hornets to get another team to bite on a trade, they are going to have to […] The post Hornets’ Nicolas Batum not bothered by trade rumors appeared first on ClutchPoints.
Swarm and Sting Jan 12, 2019

Charlotte Hornets: Borrego wants a more aggressive Batum

Prior to Friday night’s loss to Portland, Charlotte Hornets Head Coach James Borrego said he’d like to see Nicolas Batum be more aggressive offensively. It was a brutal night of basketball for the Charlotte Hornets on Friday night, where the team lost by 31 points to the Portland Trail Blazers. James Borrego could not have […] Charlotte Hornets: Borrego wants a more aggressive Batum - Swarm and Sting - Swarm and Sting - A Charlotte Hornets Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
charlotteobserver Jan 7, 2019

Hornets questions: On Devonte Graham’s minutes, Kemba the All-Star, waiving Nic Batum

Charlotte Hornets rookie Devonte Graham is such a pleasant surprise. The Hornets haven’t been great at the draft, and particularly so regarding success in the second round. New general manager …
Preview: With Effort, Suns Have a Shot Against Injury Plagued Hornets

Preview: With Effort, Suns Have a Shot Against Injury Plagued Hornets

Phoenix faces Charlotte for the first time this season. What: Phoenix Suns host the Charlotte Hornets When: 6 p.m. AZ Where: Talking Stick Resort Arena Watch: Fox Sports Arizona Listen: 98.7 FM Probable starters: Suns - De’Anthony Melton, Devin Booker, Mikal Bridges, T.J. Warren, Deandre Ayton Hornets - Marvin Williams, Nicolas Batum, Bismack Biyombo, Kemba Walker, Devonte’ Graham The Sun Ain’t Shining The Phoenix Suns have lost five straight games all at home after having an impressive 3-2 record on the road. Effort from the starting five has played a huge role in the Suns...
Swarm and Sting Jan 4, 2019

Charlotte Hornets: At this point, is Nicolas Batum tradable?

It appears that the Charlotte Hornets are actively trying to trade Nicolas Batum, but his contract is going to make that a difficult task. Life as a General Manager in the National Basketball Association is not easy, just ask former Charlotte Hornets GM Rich Cho, who signed Nicolas Batum to an outrageous five-year, $120 million […] Charlotte Hornets: At this point, is Nicolas Batum tradable? - Swarm and Sting - Swarm and Sting - A Charlotte Hornets Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Blazer's Edge Jan 3, 2019
Report: Hornets ‘Desperate’ to Move Nic Batum

Report: Hornets ‘Desperate’ to Move Nic Batum

Sean Deveney of Sporting News reports on the Hornets’ interest in moving several players. The Charlotte Hornets have been active in weighing their trade options as the NBA Trade Deadline approaches on Feb. 7. As Sean Deveney of Sporting News reports, the team is willing to part with upcoming restricted free agent Frank Kaminsky, preferably if paired with another big contract; enter former Portland Trail Blazers forward and current Hornet Nicolas Batum: Teams have expressed interest, including some contenders, but the Hornets would most prefer to put the money remaining on Kaminsky’s...
At The Hive Dec 26, 2018
Hornets fall in double overtime to Nets, 134-132

Hornets fall in double overtime to Nets, 134-132

A late Malik Monk turnover ultimately decided what might be the wildest game we see all season. Kemba Walker scored 35 points and Jeremy Lamb score 31, but it wasn’t enough to overcome 64 combined points from Spencer Dinwiddie and Joe Harris, and the Hornets lost in double overtime to the Brooklyn Nets, 134-132. Walker got things going by scoring the Hornets’ first six points, all coming off pull up jumpers. Nicolas Batum chipped in a pair of 3-pointers and played hounding defense on D’Angelo Russell, but the story of the first quarter was Jeremy Lamb. The Hornets second leading...

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