6:13 AM EST, Mon November 18, 2019
Swarm and Sting 1 hour ago

Charlotte Hornets 2019 Holiday Gift Guide

The holidays are here! Make sure you’ve got all the Charlotte Hornets fans in your life covered. We’re here to help with this item showcase. It’s the most wonderful time of the year, Charlotte Hornets fans! But before you start chugging egg nog and filling up on cookies, you need to take care of your […] Charlotte Hornets 2019 Holiday Gift Guide - Swarm and Sting - Swarm and Sting - A Charlotte Hornets Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
ClutchPoints 16 hours ago
Hornets’ Terry Rozier initially thought he was going to sign with New York

Hornets’ Terry Rozier initially thought he was going to sign with New York

Charlotte Hornets point guard Terry Rozier collected 16 points during Saturday’s victory over the New York Knicks at Madison Square Garden. It was his first time playing at the Garden this season, but the way that Rozier tells it, he could have been more familiar with the New York fans had this past off-season played […] The post Hornets’ Terry Rozier initially thought he was going to sign with New York appeared first on ClutchPoints.
Daily Knicks 23 hours ago

New York Knicks: What went wrong against the Hornets?

The New York Knicks suffered yet another heartbreaking defeat, losing to the Charlotte Hornets. The New York Knicks had their fourth win of the season in sight, including holding a double-digit point lead. However, a second-half comeback, led by Devonte Graham, brought the Charlotte Hornets their sixth victory at 103-102. Where did it go wrong […] New York Knicks: What went wrong against the Hornets? - Daily Knicks - Daily Knicks - A New York Knicks Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Posting and Toasting Nov 17, 2019
Hornets 103, Knicks 102: “Live by the Randle, die by the Randle”

Hornets 103, Knicks 102: “Live by the Randle, die by the Randle”

Photo by Nathaniel S. Butler/NBAE via Sure, Charlotte won. But at what cost? Fist. Stick. Sword. Arrow. Bullet. Bomb. Climate change. Humanity’s weapons of choice evolve, but the driving force behind that evolution is constant: the drive for efficient violence. Efficiency must be brutal, and nothing is more brutal than the obvious, e.g. 3>2. But efficiency begets brutality; the world is worse for its winners. So on a night the Charlotte Hornets pulled out a last-second 103-102 win over the New York Knicks, give unto Caesar what is Caesar’s: the Hornets won, improving them to 6-7...
Daily Knicks Nov 17, 2019

New York Knicks: Grades and reactions from heartbreaking loss to Hornets

Grades and reactions from the New York Knicks’ heartbreaking loss to the Charlotte Hornets. With 2.1 seconds left in the game, the New York Knicks inbounded the ball to Julius Randle for an attempt to defeat the Charlotte Hornets, but failed, leading to a 103-102 final score. The Knicks had led by any many as […] New York Knicks: Grades and reactions from heartbreaking loss to Hornets - Daily Knicks - Daily Knicks - A New York Knicks Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
ClutchPoints Nov 16, 2019
VIDEO: Devonte’ Graham banks Hornets’ second-straight game-winner vs. Knicks

VIDEO: Devonte’ Graham banks Hornets’ second-straight game-winner vs. Knicks

For the second straight game, the Charlotte Hornets won with a game-winning triple. This time, it’s Devonte’ Graham coming up clutch for them. Coach James Borrego came up with a great ATO play with the Hornets down by two with 6.2 seconds remaining in the fourth quarter. Coming off a hand-off screen from P.J. Washington, […] The post VIDEO: Devonte’ Graham banks Hornets’ second-straight game-winner vs. Knicks appeared first on ClutchPoints.
At The Hive Nov 16, 2019
Hornets win second consecutive game at the buzzer as Devonte’ Graham drills late 3-pointer, 103-102

Hornets win second consecutive game at the buzzer as Devonte’ Graham drills late 3-pointer, 103-102

Photo by Nathaniel S. Butler/NBAE via This team is insane. Devonte’ Graham hit his ninth 3-pointer of the game with 2.1 seconds to go to give the Charlotte Hornets their second last second win in as many nights as they took down the New York Knicks, 103-102. The Hornets started the game slowly again because yes. Their first points came at the free throw line after Cody Zeller (yes, Cody Zeller) was fouled on a 3-point attempt. They didn’t make their first shot from the field until four minutes into the game. Fortunately the Knicks aren’t any good either, so the poor shooting...
At The Hive Nov 16, 2019
Charlotte Hornets at New York Knicks game thread

Charlotte Hornets at New York Knicks game thread

Jim Dedmon-USA TODAY Sports * Toilet flushes * We’ve got a big time marquee match-up here. If you ever get discouraged by the direction or the competence of the Hornets, go read some stuff about the Knicks. It’ll make you feel better. We don’t have it so bad here. This is now an open thread!
ClutchPoints Nov 16, 2019
Knicks will have RJ Barrett, Frank Ntilikina available to play vs. Hornets

Knicks will have RJ Barrett, Frank Ntilikina available to play vs. Hornets

The New York Knicks take on the Charlotte Hornets on Saturday at home, and RJ Barrett and Frank Ntilikina are available to play despite dealing with injuries. Barrett has a right quadricep contusion, while Ntilikina is suffering from a sore groin. The Knicks, who are 3-9 on the season, are looking to win their second […] The post Knicks will have RJ Barrett, Frank Ntilikina available to play vs. Hornets appeared first on ClutchPoints.
At The Hive Nov 16, 2019
The Charlotte Hornets have a winnable game against the dysfunctional New York Knicks

The Charlotte Hornets have a winnable game against the dysfunctional New York Knicks

Sam Sharpe-USA TODAY Sports While the second game of a back-to-back is never easy, the Hornets have a golden opportunity for a road win in the Big Apple. What: Charlotte Hornets (5-7) at New York Knicks (3-9) When: November 16, 7:30 EST Where: Madison Square Garden; New York, NY How to watch: Fox Sports Southeast, NBA League Pass After getting off to a better than expected start to begin the season the Hornets had come crashing back to earth with a four game losing streak that was finally snapped last night on Malik Monk’s thrilling buzzer beater against the Detroit Pistons. The...
ClutchPoints Nov 16, 2019
Derrick Rose takes responsibility for last-second loss to Hornets

Derrick Rose takes responsibility for last-second loss to Hornets

Derrick Rose was not afraid to take on the blame for the Detroit Piston’s razor-thin 109-106 defeat at the hands of the Charlotte Hornets on Friday. According to the former MVP, he is more than willing to take responsibility for what could have been a victory for the Pistons. Derrick Rose on #Pistons last-second loss […] The post Derrick Rose takes responsibility for last-second loss to Hornets appeared first on ClutchPoints.
Daily Knicks Nov 16, 2019

New York Knicks: Three players to watch for against Hornets

The New York Knicks will face the Charlotte Hornets on Saturday, Nov. 16. Who are the players to watch for? Following a win over the Dallas Mavericks, the New York Knicks will remain at home, preparing to face the Charlotte Hornets on Saturday, Nov. 16. Coach David Fizdale’s team has a chance at their first […] New York Knicks: Three players to watch for against Hornets - Daily Knicks - Daily Knicks - A New York Knicks Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Swarm and Sting Nov 16, 2019

Hornets: Winning Games and Taking Names, Malik Monk has found his groove

Charlotte Hornets guard Malik Monk is in the midst of arguably the best stretch of his career, showing key improvement in multiple areas on the court. It’s something that Charlotte Hornets fans have been waiting three seasons for. It’s something that some, including myself, questioned would ever happen. Malik Monk may be turning the corner […] Hornets: Winning Games and Taking Names, Malik Monk has found his groove - Swarm and Sting - Swarm and Sting - A Charlotte Hornets Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Swarm and Sting Nov 16, 2019

Charlotte Hornets travel to the Big Apple to take on the New York Knicks

After a thrilling last-second victory over the Detroit Pistons, the Charlotte Hornets head north to face the New York Knicks. Congratulations to Malik Monk for his first career buzzer-beater for the Charlotte Hornets. Just as it looked like the game was going into overtime, the third-year guard out of Kentucky sunk a heavily-guarded three off […] Charlotte Hornets travel to the Big Apple to take on the New York Knicks - Swarm and Sting - Swarm and Sting - A Charlotte Hornets Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
charlotteobserver Nov 15, 2019

Charlotte Hornet Malik Monk had ‘been waiting for my moment.’ It finally arrived

It has been three years since Malik Monk’s last game-winner. By his recollection, it was his one season at Kentucky versus North Carolina. Most of what’s happened since has been …

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    Terry Rozier

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    Cody Zeller

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