Looking Back at Jeremy Lamb’s Uneven Defense
Despite ranking sixth in the league among shooting guards in defensive real plus-minus, Jeremy Lamb tends to be spotty on defense. What are his main flaws and how good is he overall?
Searching for MKG’s Partner on the Wing
With Michael Kidd-Gilchrist’s return to the court looming, it’s time to look at our wings and evaluate their fit alongside the unique piece that MKG is.
Hornets 109, Raptors 99: Notes and Observations
A look at the two last possessions of regulation and a couple of more notes following last night’s overtime victory against Toronto.
Hendo Tries to Ruin Hornets “Short” Play in Return to Charlotte
A quick blog post on former Hornet/Bobcat Gerald Henderson returning to Charlotte, checking in the game and within four seconds facing an out-of-bounds play which we ran specifically for him numerous times over the last couple of years.
Hairston’s Starter’s Role and Lamb’s Extension
In the last game against Atlanta, Hairston didn’t play fancy by going under screens and quite successfully tracked Korver through them, something you must do against a shooter of his caliber. His attempts of limiting and denying shot opportunities worked…
The Handle Podcast – Justin Thomas: 10/27/15
ESPN 730’s Justin Thomas joined me to talk Charlotte Hornets, P.J. Hairston’s starting role and his fit among the starters, Frank Kaminsky being the fifth big man, the rotation and the team on the whole the day before the 2015-16 NBA season starts for Charlotte.
Preseason: Hornets – Heat Thoughts and Observations
Observations of the preseason game at Miami and just some thoughts about the team overall.