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Jeremy Lin Sees Opportunity, Charlotte Hornets Need Him to Make the Most of It

Posted on 5 Apr, 2016, by in NBA

The injuries of Nicolas Batum and Al Jefferson don’t exactly come at a great time for the Charlotte Hornets, heading into their game with the Toronto Raptors while trying to win one of the playoff seeds that gives them one round of home court advantage. On the other hand, Jeremy Lin should get a lot more minutes and hopefully see a lot more of the ball in what should be his first starting gig in almost two months. More

Jeremy Lin Gets Going, Kemba Walker Keeps Scoring, Charlotte Hornets Keep Rolling

Posted on 11 Feb, 2016, by in NBA

For the first time since being reacquainted with the bench Jeremy Lin had a good game and not just a good one, but one in which he was the one who initiated the run to turn it into an easy 117-95 win over the Indiana Pacers. Kemba Walker had another impressive scoring night and the Charlotte Hornets win to enter the All-Star break with a winning record for the first time since January 2. More

Jeremy Lin Doesn’t Save the Charlotte Hornets From Kemba Walker

Posted on 10 Jan, 2016, by in NBA

The Charlotte Hornets keep on with their brave losing while missing one of the most important pieces of their crumbling puzzle. Jeremy Lin is playing well, Kemba Walker simply shoots senselessly without anyone stopping him, and we’re now at six losses in a row. More

Jeremy Lin Not Playing is Destroying Kemba Walker & the Charlotte Hornets

Posted on 2 Jan, 2016, by in NBA

The Charlotte Hornets, Kemba Walker, Jeremy Lamb; everyone on this team is struggling, and the necessity of Jeremy Lin through the two games he has missed with an ankle injury has never been greater. More

Charlotte Hornets, Through Jeremy Lin, Might Have the Best Bench in the NBA

Posted on 16 Dec, 2015, by in NBA

The Charlotte Hornets are doing better than expected this season. Nicolas Batum is doing much better than last season, Kemba Walker has improved, Marvin Williams is solid and Cody Zeller has done a good job of stepping up to take the place of Al Jefferson. But this team’s success, like for most teams in the league, wouldn’t be possible without a good bench unit, led by Jeremy Lin. More

Charlotte Hornets Should Play Jeremy Lin at Point Guard, But They Won’t

Posted on 9 Dec, 2015, by in NBA

The Charlotte Hornets are budging from their current approach: Kemba Walker is the point guard at all times, while Jeremy Lin is the backup point guard and usually a crunch time shooting guard. That may be the state of things right now, but it doesn’t mean it’s the best thing for the team. More

Charlotte Hornets & Jeremy Lin Look Great From Start to Finish

Posted on 8 Dec, 2015, by in NBA

In possibly the best complete game from the Charlotte Hornets all season long, Jeremy Lin was also having a good time, putting on his finest performance in over two weeks, resulting in a 104-84 win over the Detroit Pistons. More

Charlotte Hornets – Jeremy Lin the Difference Between Winning & Losing

Posted on 30 Nov, 2015, by in NBA

The Charlotte Hornets beating the Milwaukee Bucks 87-82 was achieved in part due to Jeremy Lin having a fantastic first half to carry the team to a lead they wouldn’t let go of, although his fourth quarter will be another one that won’t show his contribution on the box score, getting taken off just before the finish. More

Charlotte Hornets, Jeremy Lin & Some Questions Heading Into the Weekend

Posted on 20 Nov, 2015, by in NBA

The Charlotte Hornets have just one game this weekend – playing the still winless Philadelphia 76ers. Whatever Jeremy Lin does in that game might not be much of an indicator to anything considering the weakness of the opponent, unless it has to do with the intentions Steve Clifford has for him within his gameplan. More

Charlotte Hornets – Jeremy Lin Good on Defense, Slightly Unlucky on Offense

Posted on 16 Nov, 2015, by in NBA

Sometimes, it shots just don’t fall. Jeremy Lin played well in the Charlotte Hornets 107-95 win over the Portland Trail Blazers, especially on defense, but sometimes efforts on one end don’t result in benefits on the other side. More