The NBA Rookie of the Year front-runner appeared to suffer the injury after falling to the floor early in Saturday night's 125-98 loss to the Los Angeles Clippers. Ball played through the pain and finished with 13 points.
What if Dave Cowens and the Hornets took on Kobe? What if he stayed in Charlotte? What if he built a basketball legacy here and attracted basketball's best talents to the Queen City? What if it forever changed the franchise and the team never moved to New Orleans? What if? For Bryant, those "what if's" were never taken lightly. It took a draft night rejection by the Hornets to give him a "Mamba Mentality." And the rest is history.
"My thing is, he ain't happy with that, but he ain't going to show that," LaVar Ball told TMZ Sports. "If I train you to be the best and always have been starting all your life — here is what they don't get. My boys are not freakin' role players. They are superstars! Let them do what they do."
The Charlotte Hornets play the Chicago Bulls tonight at Spectrum Center at 7pm. This game carries a special message however, something way bigger than basketball…. social justice and equality. This week Hornets Sports & Entertainment (HSE) launched a new initiative and a social justice platform to “promote inclusion, uplift voices and bridge divides in […]
For the first time in years, there truly is a buzz surrounding the Charlotte Hornets, but fans can’t express their support in person due to COVID-19. Team President Fred Whitfield and Mecklenburg County Health Director Gibbie Harris met with Brett Jensen to discuss the possibility of fans returning to Spectrum Center.
The 19-year-old rookie sensation became the youngest player to record a triple-double in league history with 22 points, 12 rebounds and 11 assists on Saturday night. He lead the Charlotte Hornets to a third straight victory with a 113-105 win over the Atlanta Hawks.
LaMelo Ball faces a heated rivalry with an opponent he knows very well. The NBA newcomer for the Charlotte Hornets takes on his brother Lonzo Ball and the Pelicans in New Orleans Friday night in a rare nationally televised game (TV: ESPN, Radio: WFNZ).
Each season comes with new expectations and this year those expectations are higher than Hornet fans are used to. Can rookie Lamelo Ball become the biggest sports star in the city? He just bought Cam Newtons old condo, maybe he can take over Cam's place as the premiere athlete in the city.
Charlotte Hornets go against the Toronto Raptors for the second game in a row. Lamelo Ball was able to put up 12 points, 2 assists & 3 rebounds for his second preseason game. Check out the full highlights below! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xw8Ay1K234s RELATED: Charlotte Hornets Virtual Scavenger Hunt! [Click Here] RELATED: Photos From Day 1 One Charlotte Hornets Media […]
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