Las Vegas, NV - Entering the NBA2K24 Summer League, the Charlotte Hornets had the fourth-best odds to walk away win the championship of the event. But after two games in the California Classic and two games in Vegas, the Hornets look like they may not win a single game this summer.
The Charlotte Hornets continue to tease by hanging around in games for a half or so, but eventually most non-Hornets teams make a few shots, and the Hornets just can’t keep up when teams go that route.
What Miles Bridges did a year ago is something he'll never be able to take back. It's going to live with him forever. But at some point, we all knew that his return to basketball would become a big topic of discussion. Should he be allowed back?
Charlotte Hornets rookie forward Brandon Miller has signed a multi-year footwear and apparel endorsement deal with Nike. Nick DePaula of ESPN broke the news during last night's highly anticipated NBA Summer League game featuring Miller and Victor Wembanyama.
Finally, the Charlotte Hornets played some competitive basketball in Summer League action despite falling once again to the San Antonio Spurs, 76-68. In a heavily anticipated matchup of the top two picks in last month's NBA Draft, it's safe to say Brandon Miller had the better performance on the night finishing with 16 points.
Fresh off a No. 2 selection in the NBA Draft, Charlotte Hornets' forward, Brandon Miller, faced tall expectations in his highly anticipated Summer League matchup against first-overall pick Victor Wembanyama.
Victor Wembanyama put up nine points, eight rebounds and five blocks in his highly anticipated NBA Summer League debut, with his San Antonio Spurs notching a 76-68 win over the Charlotte Hornets on Friday night in Las Vegas.
Victor Wembanyama is viewed by many as the best NBA prospect since LeBron James came out of high school, but some with the San Antonio Spurs do not think the No. 1 overall pick is the only franchise-altering talent from this year’s draft.
Restricted free agent Miles Bridges hasn’t been receiving the types of contract offers he was hoping for from the Hornets, so he intends to sign his $7,744,600 qualifying offer in order to become an unrestricted free agent next year, sources tell ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski.