Charlotte Hornets: Handing Out Postseason Awards

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Apr 11, 2014; Boston, MA, USA; Charlotte Bobcats center Al Jefferson (25) reacts after the buzzer ends the game against the Boston Celtics at TD Garden. The Celtics defeated the Bobcats 106-103. Mandatory Credit: David Butler II-USA TODAY Sports

Another season down, another step in the right direction for the Bobca–Hornets.

Now, the Charlotte Hornets have all sights set on the future (or past, really), rebranding themselves with their former name and new logo.

After sneaking into the playoffs in a historically bad Eastern Conference this season, the team has now established a solid foundation: a defensive-identity under soon-to-be-sophomore head coach Steve Clifford, and a dynamic nucleus consisting of Al Jefferson and Kemba Walker.

From 7-59 to 21-61 to 43-39, the Bobcats climbed up the ladder rather quickly. Now, it’s time to reflect on the best season that Charlotte has had since 2009-10. Let’s take a look at the end-of-season awards for the team.

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Tags: Al Jefferson Charlotte Hornets Kemba Walker Michael Kidd-Gilchrist Steve Clifford

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