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Charlotte Hornets 2014-2015 News and Updates
4/21/15 - The Charlotte Hornets have officially ended their season, and it was rough, especially near the end. Hornets star Cody Zeller was out of nearly 20 games in the last few months due to a shoulder injury. He is entering rehab now, and it looks like he might be back for next season, though that is still unclear. Even if he is unable to return, Charlotte is high up in the draft and they should be able to put together a team to contend with the competition. The Hornets had a rough season, but it is really looking like they will have better luck next year, so do not give up hope on them. Bigger and better things are certainly right around the corner for the Hornets.
4/15/15 - Another rough stretch for the Charlotte Hornets, who are officially out of the race for the 2015 playoffs. Fittingly enough, the leader of their conference, the Atlanta Hawks, are the ones to bump them out of the running. On April 10th, in a tough 104-80 loss, the Hornets simply could not stand up to the Hawks. That was their third consecutive loss, and they have been unsuccessful in turning things around since their loss. It seems that without a chance at the postseason, Charlotte simply loss their drive. The final game, on April 15th against the Toronto Raptors, saw the Hornets come close to breaking their streak, but they still fell just short with 87-92. Luckily, they are pretty high up on the draft, so hopefully they will get a strong start next season.
4/7/15 - The Charlotte Hornets are a game and a half behind Boston for the final spot in the Eastern Conference with six games left to play, so they’re not out of the running by any means. However, the Hornets are getting zero respect with regard to their chances; ESPN’s playoff odds put the Hornets with just a 5.6 percent chance of making the postseason.
3/31/15 - It’s looking more and more as though the Charlotte Hornets will be on the outside looking in at the NBA postseason, despite a short run as a playoff contender earlier in the season. The Hornets are a game and a half behind the current eighth seed Boston, with nine games left to play; however, their schedule strength in those remaining games is expected to work against them.
3/24/15 - With five teams in the running for just two playoff spots in the Eastern Conference, the Charlotte Hornets have some hard work in front of themselves to make it into the looming postseason. The Hornets are just a half game behind Boston – and just a half game ahead of Indiana – in the conference playoff race, with Brooklyn also nipping at the Hornets’ heels.
3/20/15 - Unfortunately, the Charlotte Hornets did not make the playoffs. They were doing exceptionally well, but since that disappointing news, the Hornets have been off their game. They have only won one of their last five games, even drooping as low as scoring a miserable 66 points against the Utah Jazz. They need to drudge through three more away games before returning to their own court. Hopefully they will be able to regain their momentum at that point. With only eight home games remaining, your next chance to see them live will be on March 25th, when they will be taking on the Brooklyn Nets. Tickets for that game start for as little as $12. Then, starting on the 28th, the Hornets will have three consecutive home games, so you have plenty of chances to see them in action.
3/10/15 - Do the Charlotte Hornets still have a chance? According to data-journalism site FiveThirtyEight, in their latest power rankings, the Hornets are moving up, and stand at a 53% chance of making the postseason. The Hornets had won five straight before losing their last outing, and six of their last eight in keeping pace with Indiana in the Eastern Conference race.
3/3/15 - With a win over division rival Orlando to kick off March, the Charlotte Hornets continue to battle for a playoff berth in the Eastern Conference. The Hornets are just percentage points behind ninth-place Indiana, and a half game behind Brooklyn for the eighth and final seed in the playoffs.
2/24/15 - The middle of the Eastern Conference is getting mighty bunched up these days, and the Charlotte Hornets are one of six teams clustered within 2 ½ games of each other. At the moment, the Hornets are in 11th place in the conference, just four percentage points behind Detroit and Indiana, all three of whom are a game behind Brooklyn.
2/19/15 - The Charlotte Hornets were quiet at the Thursday trade deadline, making no further deals after their pre-All Star addition of veteran Mo Williams from Minnesota. The Hornets are still in contention for the postseason, tied with division rival Miami for the last two seeds.
2/10/15 - Needing depth at the point guard position, the Charlotte Hornets acquired veteran Mo Williams and another guard, Troy Daniels, from Minnesota for Gary Neal and a second-round draft pick in 2019. Williams’ highlight while with Minnesota this season was his 52-point explosion against Indiana in January.
2/3/15 - The Charlotte Hornets, for all the drama they’ve had to deal with this season surrounding Lance Stephenson, are still in the hunt for a spot in the postseason. The Hornets currently hold the eighth spot in the Eastern Conference, and are a game and a half ahead of ninth-place Brooklyn at the moment.
1/27/15 - It’s been a good January so far for the Charlotte Hornets. The Hornets are 9-3 so far this month, and have also won four of their last five, that loss coming to a resurgent Cleveland squad late last week. The Hornets close out the month with a pair of road games before starting February with back to back games against Washington.
1/13/15 - As Atlanta and Washington pull away in the Southeast Division, the Charlotte Hornets currently sit in fourth place in the division, two games behind Miami while two ahead of Orlando. The Hornets are in the midst of a five-game winning streak; only Atlanta’s is longer in the Eastern Division at the moment.
1/6/15 - Even though the Charlotte Hornets are only winning, on average, one in three, they’re on a two game win streak to start the year. The Hornets are just a half game behind Orlando in the Southeast Division standings, and 3 ½ back of Miami.
12/9/14 - It took a buzzer-beater to do it, but the Charlotte Hornets escaped Madison Square Garden with a eon point win over the Knicks last Friday. The Hornets’ win is just their first in the last 10 games, however.
12/2/14 - The Charlotte Hornets would like to think good riddance to November, a month in which they won just three games, and closed out with a nine game losing streak. But awaiting them to start the month of December are the Centra-leading Chicago Bulls.
11/11/14 - It was a roller coaster ride for the Charlotte hornets recently. First, offseason acquisition Lance Stephenson hit the first buzzer-beater of his career in a double-OT win over Atlanta; then turned around and allowed the previously winless Lakers their first win.
11/4/14 - Defensively, the Charlotte Hornets are establishing themselves as a tough team to score on – their 91.0 points allowed average is third in the league. On the other hand if anything needs more work, it’s the Hornets offense, which is averaging just 90.0 points per game – next to last in the league.
10/27/14 - The upcoming season for the Charlotte Hornets promises to be a good one after winning a come-back game against the Milwaukee Bucks in their season opener. The Hornets’ first game in twelve years was sold out and ended with an impressive 108-106 win in overtime. They were behind 24 points in the third quarter when Kemba Walker carried them to catch up to the Bucks. In the last eighteen minutes of regulation time Walker gained the team 26 points and was one of five Hornets’ players to reach double digits in the game. Marvin Williams and Gary Neal worked hard to keep the score even during the extra session and it was Walker with a jumper at the end of the shot clock that ended the game with a close win for the Hornets. Watch the Hornets dominate this season with tickets starting at $21 for upcoming games.
8/26/14 – The 2014-2015 Charlotte Hornets schedule is lined up and ready to go, are you excited for the in the Oct. 29 season opener against Milwaukee. Not long after, Charlotte will host the Miami Heat (Nov. 5), facing former hometown hero Josh McRoberts. New recruit Lance Stephenson will seek revenge over the team who spurned him, when the Indiana Pacers host Charlotte on Nov. 19. Time Warner Cable Arena welcomes LeBron James and the Cavaliers on Jan. 2, a team they’ll have to beat if the Hornets intend on being a top-three seed in the Conference. Additional cant-miss bouts figure the Toronto Raptors on Apr. 8 and Apr. 15. See if MJ and coach Steve Clifford can continue propelling this team to the top of the East with Charlotte Hornets tickets today!
The Charlotte Bobcats did a little more than change their name back to the Charlotte Hornets in the 2014 offseason. After the then-Bobcats earned a trip to the postseason for just the second time in franchise history, the Al Jefferson-less crew were swept by the Miami Heat in round one. Despite the early exit, their berth displayed the high degree of success by new head coach Steve Clifford, who turned Charlotte around from the league’s worst defensively to the NBAs fifth best. The Hornets are now a playoff ready team in the East, and with their big offseason move, they could be one that no one wants to face come postseason.
Following the 2014 lottery, Michael Jordan and Co. scored the No. 8 pick and used it on Noah Vonleh, a big man who’s drawn comparisons to Chris Bosh. In free agency, the franchise lost Josh McRoberts to Miami and Gordon Hayward to Utah, but gained the likes of Brian Roberts, Marvin Williams and—the biggest splash signing—Lance Stephenson. With the franchise’s new purple-and-teal color scheme, you’ll be buying all kinds of first edition jerseys—why not purchase Charlotte Hornets tickets and show off your gear at a game? Lock-in Charlotte Hornets tickets from Razorgator for the best deals on the 2014-2015 season now!
4/18/14 - The Charlotte Bobcats ended the 2013-14 regular season on a high note, winning their last three straight – to earn them the unenviable prize of a first-round date with defending NBA champion Miami in the first round. However, the final-game victory over a gritty Chicago squad had to be helpful. The Bobcats got strong performances from Kemba Walker and Al Jefferson; Walker tallied 22 points, eight assists, seven rebounds, a steal and a blocked shot against the Bulls, while Jefferson had a double-double of 10 points and 18 rebounds; Jefferson also recorded three assists, a pair of rejections and a steal. Chris Douglas-Roberts added 13 points off the bench, and Gerald Henderson picked up 11 points and six boards. Forward Josh McRoberts scored just seven points, but handed out seven assists and pulled down five rebounds, to go along with a steal and a block.
4/14/14 - Two teams heading in opposite directions in the standings – the Charlotte Bobcats and Washington – met in the nation’s capital on April 9, and the surprising Bobcats put together a solid effort in a 94-88 win over the Wizards. Al Jefferson (20 points, 18 rebounds) and Kemba Walker (17 points, 12 assists) rung up double-doubles in the game; Gary Neal added 16 points, four rebounds and four assists coming off the bench for Charlotte, who are now tied for sixth with the Wizards in the Eastern Conference playoff race, each team having four games left to play. Key stat of the night: The Bobcats outshot the Wizards from beyond the arc, hitting 44% of their three-balls, while the Wizards were just 1-of-15 (6.7%).
4/7/14 - Six squads have clinched their places in the East, which means the Charlotte Bobcats are next up. The most recent win by the likely playoff-bound Bobcats, a 123-93 blowout of Philadelphia, was a chance for some of Charlotte’s bench players to see some court time. Just a pair of starters – center Al Jefferson, who was game high with 25 points and 10 rebounds; and Gerald Henderson, who went for 14 points – hit double figures in scoring. Two of the reserves – forward Anthony Tolliver and guard Chris Douglas-Roberts – lit it up from beyond the three-point arc for Charlotte; Tolliver was 4-of-7 in threes en route to 16 total points, while Douglas-Roberts was 3-of-5 on the way to a 14 point night.
3/28/14 - The Charlotte Bobcats used a combined 55 points from Al Jefferson (35) and Kemba Walker (20), in helping their playoff drive with a 116-111 overtime victory over the visiting Brooklyn Nets on March 26. Both Jefferson and Walker finished the night with double-doubles; Jefferson with 15 rebounds, Walker with a dozen assists. The Bobcats were strong under the baskets, scoring a 49-32 advantage in rebounding, along with a 42-30 bulge in points in the paint. Off the court, the team announced that Gary Neal would be out for 2-3 games as he recovers from ankle and knee ailments. Neal did not play in the win over the Nets, listed as having a sprained left ankle.
3/14/14 - Charlotte used a 29-19 fourth quarter run to upend division mates Washington 98-85 on March 12, closing to within 2 ½ games of the second place Wizards in the Southeast Division.— albeit still three games under .500 on the season. The Bobcats were fueled by center Al Jefferson, who had one of two Charlotte double-doubles on the night, with 26 points and 10 rebounds (all defensive); Michael Kidd-Gilchrist joined Jefferson with 10 points and 12 rebounds, while Kemba Walker contributed 16 points and five assists for the Bobcats. Off the court, the news was not so good, as the Charlotte Observer newspaper reported that coach Steve Clifford does not expect Brendan Haywood to return this season from a stress fracture in his left foot.
3/10/14 - Led by Al Jefferson, who lit up the scoreboard for 34 points while clearing eight rebounds, the Charlotte Bobcats maintained their seventh place in the Eastern Conference standing with a huge 109-87 home win over conference leaders Indiana on March 5. The Bobcats held Pacers All Star starter Paul George to just two points on a pair of free throws, while outscoring Indiana 44-24 in the paint, and 23-7 on the fast break. Kemba Walker collected nine assists in the winning effort for the Bobcats, who had previously lost three straight, all on the road.
3/3/14 - Even though the Charlotte Bobcats are under .500 (27-30) at the moment, they are very much in the thick of the Eastern Conference playoff race. The Bobcats have been idle since a February 22 victory over Memphis, 92-89. Currently sitting in seventh place in a tightly packed Eastern Conference (just five games separate fourth place Chicago from eighth place Atlanta; the Bobcats are just a game clear of the Hawks), Charlotte faces a tough gauntlet of opponents in the next few days, including contests with East front runners Indiana and Miami.
2/21/14 - In an effort to add depth to their roster in the second half for a playoff push, the Charlotte Bobcats dealt Jeff Adrien and Ramon Sessions to Milwaukee for trade target Gary Neal and Luke Ridnour. Reportedly unhappy in Milwaukee, the acquisition of Neal provides depth for the Bobcats. Neal had averaged 10 points per game for Milwaukee in 30 games (starting twice). Charlotte started the second half of the regular season off right, with a solid 116-98 win over the Detroit Pistons, who are 2 1/2 games behind the Bobcats in the East playoff chase.
2/11/14 - The Charlotte Bobcats won three out of their last four road games, but were less successful in hosting San Antonio, dropping a close game 104-100 to the Spurs. Still, a pair of Bobcats, center Al Jefferson and guard Gerald Henderson, notched over 20 points each in the loss, while forward Michael Kidd-Gilchrist collected 12 rebounds. The Bobcats hope for a different result against their next Texas opponent, Dallas, before taking to the road again with a visit to Brooklyn.
2/4/14 - Despite being seven games under .500 (21-28) at this point in the season, if the season were ending now, the Charlotte Bobcats would be in line for just their second ever postseason appearance. That appearance, in 2010, coincides with the only winning record in Bobcats history, a 44-38 mark. The Bobcats may be seeking to bolster their numbers as part of their postseason push; the Charlotte Observer reported on February 3 that the Bobcats have some interest in acquiring Philadelphia’s Evan Turner; however, the Observer story also cautioned that no deal is imminent.
1/21/14 - Not only did the Charlotte Bobcats lose to the Heat on Saturday (104-96), but they also lost point guard Kemba Walker for two weeks due to a sprained left ankle. Yesterday, Charlotte nearly blew a 30-point lead against the Raptors in the last 17 minutes of the game, thankfully saved by six free throws scored by Gerald Henderson and fresh starter Ramon Sessions (in for Walker) with 15 seconds left on the clock. Bobcats tickets are super affordable—get in for just $5 when the Clippers visit tomorrow, or $16 to be there for their big game against the Bulls this Saturday. After that, Charlotte will be on the road for some time, not returning until Feb 8 to face the Spurs (get-in for $18). Halfway through the season, the Bobcats and their strong defense have built an 18-25 record—a great sign of improvement over last season, in which they only won 21 games. Charlotte is currently tied with the Pistons for the Easter Conference’s last playoff spot, are they a playoff caliber team? Get Charlotte Bobcats tickets now and you be the judge!
The average price for Bobcats tickets at Time Warner Cable Arena in 2013-14 is $99. After starting the regular season on the road against the Rockets on 10/30, the Bobcats’ home opener on 11/1 against the Cavaliers is averaging $80. The two most expensive games come on 11/16 and 1/18 against the defending champion Heat, averaging $237 and $227, respectively. The next five most expensive Wizards home games are against the Lakers on 12/14, Thunder on 12/27, Knicks on 11/8, Bulls on 1/25, and Clippers on 1/22.
In the final year of Bobcats history, owner Michael Jordan hopes for drastic improvement leading into a retro-inspired new era of Charlotte basketball. Now that the Pelicans inhabit New Orleans, Jordan will bring the Hornets name back to Charlotte starting with the 2014-15 season. After finishing next-to-last in the NBA last season in 2012-13, first-year coach Steve Clifford will be responsible for the maturation of the team’s young core. Former top-10 picks Kemba Walker, Michael Kidd-Gilchrist, and Bismack Biyombo will need to prove they can be efficient, productive NBA players. Former Hoosier Cody Zeller, the #4 overall pick in the 2013 draft, will also need to play well to justify his high draft position. The free agent acquisition of forward Al Jefferson provides a solid low-post presence and veteran leadership for the young Bobcats.