Certain teams are used to getting overlooked and undermined. The Charlotte Hornets could lead that group throughout this modern era.
Of course, sometimes the Bobcats franchise deserved to be ignored. Any instance where you win seven games in a regular season, even if it was a lockout, you should have your name plastered on the wall of shame and horror. That was the most frightening year for the team, and head coach Paul Silas felt the heat.
Now, under the leadership of Steve Clifford and a relatively young roster, the Bobcats have disappeared. The color-way is finally attractive once again, and the amount of fans filling the seats should increase more than we even expect.
Why wouldn’t it, with a shooting guard nicknamed “Born Ready” joining the lineup?
Today, we’re joined by Brendan Taylor from TruSchoolSports.com, as he is a knowledgeable NBA writer that lives and breaths Hornets discussions. Exploring the efficiencies of Kemba Walker, Al Jefferson, and Lance Stephenson, it’s certainly a treat. We also dive into Anthony Davis’ first two seasons, and offer comparisons to the type of player he can become: