Red-hot Bucks Scorch Flat Hornets 118-108

UPTOWN CHARLOTTE – With so much riding on the final nine games of the regular-season, the Charlotte Hornets picked the absolute worst time to turn in a clunker. Before a Tuesday night crowd of 16,505 at Spectrum Center, Milwaukee’s Tony Snell scored a career-high 26 points on 10-of-14 shooting and Giannis Antetokounmpo netted 20 points to lead the red-hot Bucks to a 118-108 wire-to-wire win over a flat Hornet squad….

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Both South Carolina Gamecocks Teams Reach Final Fours

The South Carolina Gamecocks (USC) basketball teams are on top of the world after both reaching the Final Four in the same season for the first time in school history. Both teams are extremely hungry chasing their first national championships. The No. 7 seed South Carolina men had to defeat the No. 2 seed Duke Blue Devils led by legendary head coach Mike Krzyzewski, a very talented No. 3 seed…

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Lynette Woodard Hired As Winthrop Women’s Head Coach

ROCK HILL, SC – After two consecutive difficult seasons, Winthrop University has turned to a women’s basketball “Trailblazer” to get its program back on course. Tuesday morning in the Winthrop Coliseum Eagles Club, Winthrop Athletic Director Dr. Ken Halpin introduced Basketball Hall of Famer Lynette Woodard as the 16th full-time women’s head basketball coach in program history. Woodard, who joined the program last August as an assistant, served as the…

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Hornets Drop Suns 120-106

UPTOWN CHARLOTTE – In a rare Sunday matinee before a crowd of 17,292 at Spectrum Center, Kemba Walker scored a game-high 31 points, including four of nine from three-point range, to lead an energized Charlotte Hornets squad to their second wire-to-wire victory of the season, 120-106, over the Phoenix Suns. Charlotte (33-40), which has won four of its last five outings, had six players, including all five starters, in double-figure…

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Hornets Fall To Cavaliers 112-105: News & Notes

  CHARLOTTE –   Before a Friday night Spectrum Center sellout crowd of 19,511 – many of whom came to see LeBron James and the defending NBA champion Cavaliers, the Charlotte Hornets gave a spirited effort but couldn’t overcome Cleveland’s physicality and James down the stretch, falling 112-105. James, who finished with the Cavs last seven points and came up one rebound shy of his 11th triple double of the season,…

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