The Los Angeles Lakers recently won the LeBron James Sweepstakes after they acquired the Hall-of-Fame-bound forward in free agency. With one stroke of the pen, the biggest free-agent signing in Lakers history since Shaquille O’Neal in 1996, elevated L.A..
by: Tyler Conway — Bleacher Report 6h
Kemba Walker has no desire to leave Charlotte —now or in free agency next year. The Hornets point guard said he plans on remaining right where he's at "for a long time" in an interview with Michael Scotto of The Athletic...
by: Joe Pantorno — Metro News 16 Jul
The Charlotte Hornets point guard pledged his allegiance to his current club amidst rumors of heading back home to New York.
by: Rick Bonnell — Charlotte Observer 16 Jul
Charlotte Hornets: Going to Chapel Hill for training camp, then play Boston Celtics. Two ex-Duke stars on Celtics roster
by: NBC Sports Boston Staff — NBC Sports Boston 14 Jul
Sure, LeBron James has left the East for the bright lights of LA, but what other changes are in store for the Celtics' rivals in the conference? Let's take a look.
by: Michael Keck — Fansided: Swarm and Sting 13 Jul
After a number of offseason moves, are the Charlotte Hornets good enough to contend for a spot in the postseason this year? I know what many Hornets fans ...
by: Rick Bonnell — Charlotte Observer 8 Jul
Charlotte Hornets position-by-position analysis: Kemba Walker is a lock to start the 2018-19 NBA season; Nic Batum is a virtual lock. Beyond that, GM Mitch Kupchak and coach James Borrego look to open competition in September training camp.
by: Jerry Stephens — Fansided: Swarm and Sting 7 Jul
With a new head coach in place, it looks like Nicolas Batum will move back to the small forward spot for the Charlotte Hornets in 2018-19. After playing th...
by: Steve Zavala — Fansided: Sir Charles In Charge 6 Jul
Taking a look back at the 2016 NBA Free Agency period and how it continues to impact today's market The NBA undoubtedly has the most thrilling free agency ...
by: Neil Greenberg — Washington Post 4 Jul
The 32-year-old center has averaged a double-double in each of his 14 NBA seasons.