Visit From Rockets Tops List of Most Expensive Hornets Home Games Remaining

After a damning loss on Friday night in double overtime against the Washington Wizards, the Charlotte Hornets were given a gift on Saturday night when the conference leading Atlanta Hawks rested their starters. The Hornets picked up a 115-100 victory to keep them alive in the hunt for the eighth seed. Charlotte is currently on […]

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Hornets falter at home, lose to Nets 91-88

The Charlotte Hornets played their first home game since a five-game road trip on Wednesday at Time Warner Cable Arena. It wasn’t pretty. Though the Hornets were very much in the game until the end, and held the lead for a large portion, they didn’t seem to be doing much of anything well. The defense […]

Charlotte Hornets v Chicago Bulls

Bulls Too Much for Hornets; Lose 98-86

Our 30 – 39 Hornets are so frustrating to watch at times.  Offensive schemes become frustrating, missed shots become frustrating, poor defense becomes frustrating, and overall, this team is just frustrating.  I love my Hornets, but I just don’t get it.  I don’t choose to celebrate from night to night as to whether or not […]

Charlotte Hornets v Minnesota Timberwolves

Hornets Come From 13 back to Defeat the T-Wolves

The Hornets snapped a 3-game losing streak by defeating the Minnesota Timberwolves, 109-98 last night.  They are going to need to get locked in to some wins if they want to continue on pace to make the playoffs again this season.  The Hornets scorers were led by Mo Williams, former T-Wolf, with 24 points.  He […]

Charlotte Hornets v Cleveland Cavaliers

Could Bismack Biyombo Become what Ben Wallace Was?

Anyone who has followed Trade Street Post for the past 4+ years will know that I have a special place in my heart for Bismack Biyombo.  I have argued his curious case since Charlotte drafted him 7th in the 2011 NBA draft.  He had not started playing organized basketball until age 16, and in that […]

Charlotte NCAA Tourney Tickets Propped Up By Duke Support

Charlotte’s Time Warner Cable Arena will assume the role as host for the second and third round of both the East and South Regions of the 2015 NCAA Tournament this weekend. The second and third round games include two national championship contenders along with an NCAA mainstay over the past decade. According to SeatSmart.com, the […]

Chicago Bulls v Charlotte Hornets

Hornets overcome deficit, beat Bulls at home

The Charlotte Hornets came into Friday night’s home game against the Chicago Bulls having lost two in a row to the Washington Wizards and Sacramento Kings. In addition to the deflating losses, the starting front-court in Al Jefferson and Cody Zeller, was out last night, as the two big-men are currently both battling injuries. Chicago […]

Tickets Hit Their Peak for Hornets When They Host Bulls This Week

Although their recent five-game winning streak was snapped on Monday night with a blowout loss to the Washington Wizards, the Charlotte Hornets cling to their eighth and final spot of the Eastern Conference playoff picture. The Hornets reeled off five straight wins starting with their March 1st victory against the Orlando Magic. They continued on […]

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Wizards rout Hornets 95-69

The Charlotte Hornets came into Monday night’s home match-up with the Washington Wizards winners of five in a row, while the Wizards have been reeling as of late. That didn’t seem to matter much, as Washington pulled out to a big lead in the first quarter, and, while Charlotte kept it close at times, they […]

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Hornets handle Pistons in hostile territory

The Charlotte Hornets came in to Sunday’s game on a four game winning streak, and battling for playoff positioning with Miami and Indiana in a tight Eastern Conference race. Meanwhile, the Detroit Pistons had dropped five in a row, essentially removing themselves from the playoff hunt. The Pistons controlled momentum for much of the second […]

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Hornets rout Nets 115-91

The Charlotte Hornets entered Wednesday’s match-up with the Brooklyn Nets ready to play, and it showed. The first quarter gave the Hornets a 35-15 lead. The dominance didn’t stop there. While the second quarter was kind to Brooklyn, it wasn’t kind enough, as the Hornets outscored the Nets 59-47 in the second half. Marvin Williams […]

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Is Mo Williams What Kemba Can Become?

The other night when I was watching the Hornets playing the Magic, I started thinking about Kemba Walker and what he brings every night.  Then I started thinking about Mo Williams and what he has brought these last 5 games.  It really inspired me to start doing some research on both of these players.  It […]

Hornets looking to make move in March with improved roster

Mo Williams is proving to be a key acquisition by the Charlotte Hornets before the trade deadline, who has become the team’s most consistent scorer and overall reliable player. He also showed that he could distribute the rock, as Williams had 11 assists to go with his 23 points in their victory over the Orlando […]

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Recap: Hornets down Bulls 98-86

The Charlotte Hornets entered Wednesday’s contest with the Chicago Bulls on a five game losing streak, and on the outside of the playoff picture. The Hornets were able to take advantage of a struggling Chicago squad to get back on the winning track behind 18 points and 12 rebounds from Michael Kidd-Gilchrist. In addition to […]

Indiana Pacers v Charlotte Hornets

#LetsTalk; A Request for Lance Stephenson

Every day I ask Lance Stephenson to give me a follow on Twitter.  My hashtag on the request is simply #LetsTalk. Why am I doing this daily?  Well, persistence pays off for starters.  I can honestly say that in my pursuit of a follow from Gerald Henderson, Kemba Walker, Bismack Biyombo, Cody Zeller, and the […]

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