Charlotte Hornets 2017-18 Season Preview

Dwight Howard is not as bad as many portray him to be. While Howard isn’t the “Superman” he was in Orlando, his numbers are still solid enough to be considered a above average center. Thanks to serval back, knee, and shoulder injuries, Howard has slowed down in production over his 13 year career. Even with all the injuries, “D12” still... Read More

Charlotte Hornets Season Preview

It is crazy. It might not look like it on paper, but the Hornets secretly had a positive offseason. Yes, they lost Jeremy Lin. Yes, they signed Roy Hibbert (who is only a shell of his former Indiana self), but Charlotte gets back Michael Kidd-Gilchrist. While he is not LeBron James, Stephen Curry, or Kawhi Leonard, MKG is as valuable... Read More
NBA Wizards 

Washington’s division foes don’t look the same

The Washington Wizards finished last year with a record of 41-41,  fourth in their division. This season they hope to turn that around and possibly be one of the frontrunners coming out of the Southeast division. They fell short of making the playoffs last year, but as always health is a key in terms of what they may or hope... Read More
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All-Star reserves and snubs East Edition

On Thursday the NBA Announced the All-Star Game reserves and of course there were players who were absolutely deserving and your annual snubs. Coaches around the league voted for 14 players to be names as reserves, seven in each conference. The starters in the Eastern Conference, which were announced last week, are LeBron James (Cavaliers), Paul George (Pacers), Carmelo Anthony... Read More
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Wall, Wizards must raise level of play starting tonight in Boston

The Washington Wizards have been on the road for what feels like weeks, tonight they’re in Boston to face the Celtics. The Wizards 6-6 record fits them perfectly at the moment, they’ve been anything but consistent through the first 12 contests. Boston is in a similar place, they’re a game over .500 which is a positive, but they had to... Read More
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25-2 run dooms Wizards, they fall late in Charlotte

The Washington Wizards have now lost back-to-back games, both of which haven’t been the easiest pills to swallow. Two nights ago it was at the hands of the red-hot Paul George, tonight it was the red-hot Charlotte Hornets. Heading into this game, well in the game preview the strength of the Hornets at home was brought up for a reason.... Read More
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Wizards look to rebound against the streaking Hornets

The Washington Wizards didn’t enjoy their most recent encounter with Paul George and the Indiana Pacers, they’ll try to right the ship tonight on the road in Charlotte against the Hornets. George hit seven triples en route to a 40 point night, C.J. Miles chipped in with over 30 points as well. Paul has been on a tear recently and... Read More

Walker Gets New Deal, Hits Game Winner

  The Charlotte Hornets (yes they are back with that name) started off their new era last night at home against the Milwaukee Bucks. The rebranding on and off the court was certainly evident and the building was abuzz, it seemed as if the players were just as if not more amped up for the game than the fans. Walker... Read More
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Vine Session: Key Coaching Errors may cost the Wizards the 6th seed in the postseason

The Washington Wizards have fallen to another stalwart defensive team in the Charlotte Bobcats. They were down by 20 at one point, but they never stopped clawing back into the game and eventually took the lead in the fourth quarter at one point. The Bobcats aren’t a team that can score the ball very well, so a comeback was not... Read More

Is this the year Shabazz Napier puts it all together? Jon Rothstein thinks so.

Jon Rothstein of caused quite a stir on Twitter after sharing his opinion on who he thought was the best guard in college. LOVE Marcus Smart but after watching Shabazz Napier yesterday I have no doubts that the UConn senior the best guard in college basketball. — Jon Rothstein (@JonRothstein) October 12, 2013 Many analysts (including Rothstein in the... Read More
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