Charlotte Hornets Round Table Discussion: Player Awards

Oct 29, 2014; Charlotte, NC, USA; The basketball court for the Charlotte Hornets sports the new logo before the opening home game against the Milwaukee Bucks at Time Warner Cable Arena. Mandatory Credit: Sam Sharpe-USA TODAY Sports
Oct 29, 2014; Charlotte, NC, USA; The basketball court for the Charlotte Hornets sports the new logo before the opening home game against the Milwaukee Bucks at Time Warner Cable Arena. Mandatory Credit: Sam Sharpe-USA TODAY Sports /
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Oct 13, 2015, Shanghai, China; Members of the Charlotte Hornets react to dancing by center Frank Kaminsky (44) during fan appreciation night with the Los Angeles Clippers and the Charlotte Hornets at the Shanghai Oriental Sports Center. Mandatory Credit: Danny La-USA Today Sports
Oct 13, 2015, Shanghai, China; Members of the Charlotte Hornets react to dancing by center Frank Kaminsky (44) during fan appreciation night with the Los Angeles Clippers and the Charlotte Hornets at the Shanghai Oriental Sports Center. Mandatory Credit: Danny La-USA Today Sports /

2. Best Social Media Follow

Jerry Stephens:

Frank Kaminsky is easily the best social media follow for me. He may be the funniest person on the team and that shows through his Twitter account. He is constantly cracking jokes and posting funny videos or photos. Trust me, give him a follow and you will not be disappointed.

Deshawn White:

EASY, Frank Kaminsky is definitely the wildest, weirdest and funniest Hornet to follow by far. Dude doesn’t care what you or anyone thinks and it’s so refreshing. If you follow him on Twitter then you know first hand how bizarre (in a good way) this guy is. Definitely follow worthy.

Laieke Abebe:

The simplest answer is to go look at Frank Kaminsky’s twitter page. He’s certainly a great follow because of the funny videos and tweets. He consistently tweets funny things and for that he’s a great follow.

Luke Spencer:

Frank Kaminsky is definitely the most eccentric Hornet to follow on social media. You can tell that he loves to laugh and his teammates love him for it. He seems to truly revel in being a tall, goofy, slightly awkward 7-foot tall fellow. However, these words that I write doesn’t give him enough credit. May I present Exhibit A:

Max Seng:

Frank the Tank is a must-follow on twitter. He responds to fans, doesn’t take it too seriously, and always has something to say (the purpose of twitter). The benefit of twitter for athletes is it’s a way to connect with fans as much or little as you wish, and Frank shouts out lots of people and responds. In today’s league, for people growing up that could be the difference in making them into a fan, or in taking their fan talents to south beach (or somewhere else).

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