9:00 PM EST, Sun February 07, 2016

Despite DeMarcus Cousins’ 56, Kings fall to Hornets in 2 OTs

DeMarcus Cousins set a Sacramento record with 56 points, the most by an NBA player this season, but the visiting Hornets beat the Kings 129-128 in double overtime Monday night after Troy Daniels hit the go-ahead three-pointer with nine seconds left. Daniels made eight threes and scored a career-high 28 points, enough to help Charlotte overcome a dominant performance down low by Cousins. Kemba Walker scored 24 points for the Hornets, who won their third straight game. Spencer Hawes scored a season-high 18 and fouled out late in regulation. LeBron James scored 25 points and host Cleveland...
The Ledger Jan 22, 2016

Magic blow 19-point lead in OT loss to Hornets

Kemba Walker had 40 points and nine assists, and Spencer Hawes made a go-ahead 3-pointer with 17 seconds left in overtime to rally the Charlotte Hornets to a 120-116 victory over the Orlando Magic on Friday night.
Rufus on Fire Jan 22, 2016

Spencer Hawes, and his role, if he has to start for the Charlotte Hornets

Injuries at center could force Spencer Hawes into the starting lineup. That's probably not a good thing, unless Hawes can improve his offensive numbers. Spencer Hawes won't make the Charlotte Hornets great again, but he could be their only option at center if Cody Zeller, who suffered a strained right shoulder Wednesday against the Thunder, has to sit out Friday or beyond. Hawes was the direct return for Lance Stephenson. Both players were disappointments in 2014-15, and the Clippers and Hornets saw an opportunity to swap players in an attempt to move on, and hope the player they received...
At The Hive Jan 10, 2016

Charlotte Hornets lose seventh straight to Denver Nuggets 92-95

The Charlotte Hornets are not a good basketball team right now. The Charlotte Hornets are not a good basketball team right now. They should have won tonight against the Denver Nuggets there's not really any excuse for why they didn't. Nicolas Batum was healthy for the first time in four games. Spencer Hawes and Jeremy Lin were healthy as well. Health can't be the reason the Hornets lost this game, because Michael Kidd-Gilchrist has been out all season, and Al Jefferson has played two games since December. They've had more than enough time to adjust. This game was very winnable, and the...

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