Charlotte Hornets Five Best Games

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Dec 17, 2014; Charlotte, NC, USA; Phoenix Suns guard

Goran Dragic

(1) passes the ball through the Charlotte Hornets defense of guard Gary Neal (12), center Al Jefferson (25) and guard Kemba Walker (15) during the first half of the game at Time Warner Cable Arena. Mandatory Credit: Sam Sharpe-USA TODAY Sports

November 14th, 2014

Charlotte Hornets 103 Phoenix Suns 95

This was a rare thing this year for the Hornets, a victory on the road against a quality Western Conference opponent.

The Phoenix Suns cam into the season with high hopes, and while eventually those hopes were derailed by a poor mid-season trade and locker room drama, at the time of this game the Suns were a quality team that could really score some points.

However, the high flying offense of Phoenix was limited to just 43% shooting and only 95 points.

Stephenson again was right in the middle of the game, scoring 13 points, grabbing eight rebounds and dishing seven assists. Kemba Walker pitched in with 18 points, and five different Charlotte players had double digit scoring games.

This was a quality team win, and one that was much needed at the time. Unfortunately, it was the last win before the Hornets started their 10 game losing streak.

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