MKG was very productive during his seven-game return which makes his shoulder injury quite the hard pill to swallow. The forward was on par with usual self and, moreover, showed flashes of an added three-point shot.
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.
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.
The legendary Charlotte Hornets announcer Steve Martin joins me to talk about Charlotte’s off-season moves, the outlook on the team’s future and to share his favorite Hornets memories from the past.
Kidd-Gilchrist was our best player this season, no matter what’s the measurement of your preference. Our defense, which is built on limiting drives and wings (mainly, MKG and Henderson) who … Continue reading
Last night’s game against the Chicago Bulls was the second time in four games that coach Steve Clifford started the second half with Kidd-Gilchrist on the opposing point guard. Reggie … Continue reading
The return of the “Hornets Week…” blog post following a three week hiatus during which we finally were able to take one off due to the All-Star break (thus one … Continue reading
A few topics from the last two weeks that I want to get to… Defensive Numbers Stay Put The state of the Al-less Hornets was pretty much covered two weeks … Continue reading
A write-up on what was a particularly long “week” with two 4-day breaks in between… Aggressive Help vs. Chicago Following a break during which we reportedly paid more attention to … Continue reading