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Charlotte Hornets 2022-23 Season in Review
The Hornets took a step back in the 2022-23 season. The team finished with an overall record of 27-55, putting them in 14th place in the Eastern Conference. As a result, the team is looking at the second pick in the first round of the NBA draft. Fans wonder if Brandon Miller will be the Hornets' pick. There are also rumors that LaMelo Ball might be traded for the right player. The team is hoping to turn their fortunes around, with the right moves off-season.
In the 2022-23 season, Terry Rosier was the team's leading scorer. He played in 63 games and had a total of 259 rebounds with 319 assists. P.J. Washington had a total of 1144 points, played in 73 games, and scored 149 three-point shots.
Hornets 2021-22 Season Stats
The Hornets managed to finish the season in 10th place in the NBA Eastern Conference. Their final record was 43-39, finishing fourth in the league in scoring. On the flip side, the team ranked 25th out of 30 in points allowed. The Spectrum Center is home to the Hornets, and over 700,000 fans attended home games in 2021-22. That attendance figure ranks 14th of all NBA teams. Coach James Borrego celebrated his fourth season at the helm but he was replaced at the end of the season by Steve Clifford. Bruce Kreutzer will be joining Clifford in Charlotte. He has years of experience as an assistant.
Who did the team lean on the most in 2021-22? Miles Bridges played in 80 games this past season. He also topped the team in minutes played at 35.5 per game. Bridges averaged 20.2 points per game. This young player will be relied upon for 2022-23. Small forward Kelly Oubre Jr. had a breakout season, playing in 76 games since coming to Charlotte from Golden State. His 15.4 points per game average off the bench was a huge help in keeping the Hornets in playoff contention. LeMelo Ball, Terry Rozier, and Mason Plumlee made up the core of the team.