Charlotte Hornets

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Apologies for bumming outside Buzz City, but the nicest thing to say about the Hornets’ future could be that they haven’t traded any prospective first-round picks .
They are seemingly sent by all offseason paths that are possible . Break the lender and you’re probably paying the luxury tax to get a lottery group. Allow him to walk, and you are losing arguably the hottest player in franchise history. Splurge on him Jeremy Lamb, and you could be footing one of basketball’s most important payrolls. Lose Walker and Lamb, and no one who averaged 11 points per game is being returned by you.
This summer When the Hornets pinch pennies, they should finally have some cap space in 2020. This hasn’t been a destination that is free-agent, and a Walker passing will leave them without an All-Star recruiter to help lure talent.
Cementing Charlotte into the bottom spot? Its prospects are Miles Bridges and Malik Monk. The prior is a career 37.4 percent shooter. The latter possesses rookie averages of 6.8 points and 3.6 rebounds.
The Hornets might be constructing a house of cards, if these are the building blocks.

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