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At The Hive Apr 12, 2021
ATH Live Podcast:  Jalen McDaniels and draft talk with WhichCarolina

ATH Live Podcast:  Jalen McDaniels and draft talk with WhichCarolina

Jeremy Brevard-USA TODAY Sports Half this show is about the draft, and the other half is solely about Jalen McDaniels. In the first half of this week’s At The Hive Live, Chase and James talk about the rise of Jalen McDaniels after he played the two best games of his career and the implications that has on the rest of the rotation while LaMelo Ball, Gordon Hayward and Malik Monk are all injured. In the second half of the show, Lee Branscome of WhichCarolina joins the pod to discuss five big man prospects in the 2021 NBA Draft; Usman Garuba, Isaiah Jackson, Kai Jones,...
Swarm and Sting Apr 10, 2021

Charlotte Hornets: Way-Too-Early 2021-22 Starting Lineup Prediction

The Charlotte Hornets enter Saturday afternoon’s game against the Atlanta Hawks with a 27-24 record and remain in fourth place in the Eastern Conference standings. Despite LaMelo Ball, Gordon Hayward, and Malik Monk missing time with injuries, with Friday’s win against the Milwaukee Bucks, Charlotte finished its recent six-game road trip winning four games. The […] Charlotte Hornets: Way-Too-Early 2021-22 Starting Lineup Prediction - Swarm and Sting - Swarm and Sting - A Charlotte Hornets Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
At The Hive Apr 9, 2021
Preview: Hobbled Hornets try to finish road trip strong against hobbled Bucks

Preview: Hobbled Hornets try to finish road trip strong against hobbled Bucks

Photo by Thearon W. Henderson/ Both teams are missing multiple key pieces. What: Charlotte Hornets (26-24) at Milwaukee Bucks (32-19) When: 9:00 pm EDT Where: Fiserv Forum; Milwaukee, WI How to watch: Bally Sports Southeast, NBA League Pass The Hornets come into tonight’s match-up missing almost half of their offensive productivity. Malik Monk, Gordon Hayward, and LaMelo Ball are all still out for the immediate future. Only knowing that, you’d think the Hornets have no shot tonight. Fortunately for the Hornets (and this seems to be happening a lot this season),...
Swarm and Sting Apr 6, 2021

Charlotte Hornets should consider signing Ben McLemore

With injuries plaguing the Charlotte Hornets, the team could look to add more scoring through free agency. Charlotte has to wait almost four weeks to get more news on Gordon Hayward and Malik Monk is out for at least the next two weeks. In the meantime, the team will need help to fill their void […] Charlotte Hornets should consider signing Ben McLemore - Swarm and Sting - Swarm and Sting - A Charlotte Hornets Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
At The Hive Apr 6, 2021
ATH Live: Injuries, injuries, injuries

ATH Live: Injuries, injuries, injuries

Jeremy Brevard-USA TODAY Sports All of the Hornets are hurt. Chase, James, and Zach are all here for this week’s episode of At The Hive Live. The trio discusses the recent injuries to Gordon Hayward and Malik Monk, how they expect the Charlotte Hornets to be affected by them, and the player(s) that could/need to step up in their place. In the second half of today’s show, we get into a compare/contrast debate regarding who the “best player” on the Hornets is; Hayward or Terry Rozier before rounding it out with a few minutes of praising Devonte’ Graham as he...
At The Hive Apr 4, 2021
Hornets get lost in the garden, 86-116

Hornets get lost in the garden, 86-116

The Calvary isn’t coming anytime soon The Hornets came into the TD Garden to face the Boston Celtics with more questions than answers. The injury list could start a line-up of its own with LaMelo Ball, Malik Monk, and the new addition Gordon Hayward all in different phases of rehab. Hayward’s injury, just announced the day before the Celtics game, put the Hornets in a talent deficit that would be hard to overcome even for the deepest of teams. The cavalry didn’t arrive as the Hornets lost by a whopping 30 points 86-116. That talent deficit was apparent from the jump as...
Swarm and Sting Apr 4, 2021

Charlotte Hornets: Jalen McDaniels, next man up

Injuries continue to mount up for the Charlotte Hornets, who are in the thick of contending for a playoff berth for the first time since the 2015-16 season. LaMelo Ball is likely out for the remainder of the season with a broken wrist sustained on March 20. Malik Monk suffered a right ankle injury in […] Charlotte Hornets: Jalen McDaniels, next man up - Swarm and Sting - Swarm and Sting - A Charlotte Hornets Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
charlotteobserver Apr 2, 2021

With Malik Monk and LaMelo Ball out, how will the Hornets scramble to find offense?

Charlotte Hornets coach James Borrego will be scrounging the next few weeks for points because injuries are disabling this team’s offense. Shooting guard Malik Monk will miss at least the …
At The Hive Apr 2, 2021
Malik Monk to be re-evaluated in two weeks following sprained ankle

Malik Monk to be re-evaluated in two weeks following sprained ankle

Photo by Sarah Stier/ Monk suffered the injury late in the game against the Brooklyn Nets After coming down hard on another player’s ankle in the fourth quarter of a blowout loss against the Brooklyn Nets, Charlotte Hornets head coach James Borrego announced Malik Monk had suffered an ankle sprain and will be reevaluated in two weeks. Here's what we know about Malik Monk's status after James Borrego's pre-game presser https://t.co/KGgvtkmwhC— Jacob Rude (@JacobRude) April 2, 2021 Borrego seems to have made the announcement during his pre-game media...
charlotteobserver Apr 2, 2021

Will Charlotte Hornets have Malik Monk for Friday’s game against Indiana Pacers?

The Charlotte Hornets won’t have shooting guard Malik Monk for Friday’s road game against the Indiana Pacers. Monk sprained his right ankle in the fourth quarter of Thursday’s road loss …
charlotteobserver Apr 2, 2021

Malik Monk goes down just as the Charlotte Hornets look most offensively challenged

That the Charlotte Hornets lost decisively to the Brooklyn Nets is no big deal, even if the game was nationally televised. Here is the big deal: They scored a season-low …
ClutchPoints Apr 1, 2021
Hornets’ Malik Monk exits game with apparent leg injury, carried to locker room

Hornets’ Malik Monk exits game with apparent leg injury, carried to locker room

The Charlotte Hornets’ injured player list just got longer on Thursday after guard Malik Monk exited the game against the Brooklyn Nets following a scary fall. The 23-year-old shooter had to be lifted back to the locker room after landing awkwardly in the fourth period of their match at Barclays Center. The unfortunate incident occurred […] The post Hornets’ Malik Monk exits game with apparent leg injury, carried to locker room appeared first on ClutchPoints.
At The Hive Mar 30, 2021
ATH Live Podcast: Trades, buyouts, NBA awards buzz

ATH Live Podcast: Trades, buyouts, NBA awards buzz

Jeremy Brevard-USA TODAY Sports Chase and James provide one more look at all of that transpired around the trade deadline. Chase and James have a trio of topics for this week’s At The Hive Live. First, they discuss the trade that brought Brad Wanamaker to the Charlotte Hornets before diving head-first into the buyout market and whether or not the Hornets will be a factor. The guys also give Malik Monk and James Borrego some love and debate whether they could/should be nominated for postseason awards. Lastly, they round out the show with a short preview of...
At The Hive Mar 26, 2021
Recap: Hornets take season series over Heat with a tough win, 110-105

Recap: Hornets take season series over Heat with a tough win, 110-105

Jim Dedmon-USA TODAY Sports The Hornets looked like they were going to run away with it, but they needed to grind it out at the end. Malik Monk scored 32 points while Terry Rozier scored 26 points and dropped 11 dimes as the Charlotte Hornets took the season series with a win over the Miami Heat, 110-105. The Hornets came to play early and jumped out to a quick 16-7 lead to force a Heat timeout. They clearly wanted to play fast, and it worked wonderfully. They assisted on their first eleven made baskets, and the energy carried over to the defensive end as well. The...
charlotteobserver Mar 25, 2021

If nothing changes for Hornets at trade deadline, they face a tough Monk-Graham choice

I don’t think either Devonte Graham or Malik Monk will leave the Charlotte Hornets before Thursday’s 3 p.m. trade deadline. And this will make the offseason rather complicated for general …

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