2021 Schedule

2021 Schedule
33-39, 4th in Southeast
JT Thor's NBA draft profile (0:24)
6d
Kai Jones' NBA draft profile (0:22)
6d
James Bouknight's NBA draft profile (0:26)
6d
12d

Cody Zeller and Mike Schmitz

Charlotte Hornets center Cody Zeller on his part in the wild 2013 NBA Draft that included Giannis, his looming free agency, how to embrace your role in the league, much more. Plus, ESPN Draft Analyst Mike Schmitz on the latest ahead of Thursday night's draft.

Warriors, Magic each walk away with two NBA draft lottery picks (2:26)
37d
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48dTim Bontemps

Ball, Edwards headline NBA All-Rookie teams

LaMelo Ball and Anthony Edwards were joined by Tyrese Haliburton, Saddiq Bey and Jae'Sean Tate on the All-Rookie First Team. Immanuel Quickley, Desmond Bane, Isaiah Stewart, Isaac Okoro and Patrick Williams made the Second Team.

This Just In  

NBA All-Rookie Teams All-Rookie First Team: LaMelo Ball, Anthony Edwards, Tyrese Haliburton, Saddiq Bey, Jae'Sean Tate All-Rookie Second Team: Immanuel Quickley, Desmond Bane, Isaiah Stewart, Isaac Okoro, Patrick Williams

Keyshawn's top five future faces of the NBA (2:49)
49d
LaMelo Ball has priceless reaction to winning ROY (1:34)
49d
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50dTim Bontemps

Ball tops Edwards, Haliburton for NBA top rookie

Hornets guard LaMelo was announced as the NBA Rookie of the Year on Wednesday night, after a stellar debut season in Charlotte despite missing 21 games.

Is LaMelo Ball the right choice for Rookie of the Year? (0:34)
49d

Adrian Wojnarowski Senior NBA Insider 

Charlotte Hornets guard LaMelo Ball has been voted the NBA's Rookie of the Year, sources tell ESPN. Announcement expected soon.

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70dTim Keown

LaMelo to release NFTs tied to NBA performance

Charlotte Hornets star and NBA Rookie of the Year candidate LaMelo Ball will release a collection of dynamic nonfungible tokens (NFTs) whose value will be directly tied to his accomplishments on the hardwood, ESPN has learned.

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76dTim Bontemps

Jokic, Curry, Embiid named finalists for MVP

Nikola Jokic or Joel Embiid would become the first center since Shaquille O'Neal in 2000 to win MVP, while Stephen Curry would become one of the nine players in history to win the award three times.

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78dAndrew Lopez

Pacers keep foot on gas, rout Hornets to move on

The Pacers kept up the intensity for 48 minutes and blew out the Hornets 144-117 on Tuesday night to advance to the next stage of the play-in tournament.

Team Stats

Points Per Game109.523rd
Rebounds Per Game43.819th
Assists Per Game26.8Tied-5th
Points Allowed112.720th

Team History

YEARWLPCT
2019-202342.354
2018-193943.476
2017-183646.439