Charlotte Hornets: Pre 2019 NBA Draft Round-Table Discussion

Charlotte Hornets Mitch Kupchak (Photo by Kent Smith/NBAE via Getty Images)
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In the days leading up to the 2019 NBA Draft, the team at Swarm and Sting have been writing, conversing, and eagerly awaiting the arrival of the newest player to be included on the Charlotte Hornets.

After spending many hours writing, watching film, and debating what we believe is the best course of action, we’ve decided to share parts of our thoughts and opinions regarding the Charlotte Hornets, it’s players, and potential players.

First and foremost, I would like to thank all the participants in this piece, as it contains our own individual words and views, and thank you for the continued support and help in making this individual article a complete team effort. We hope you enjoy another Swarm and Sting Round-Table Discussion.

Good morning/afternoon/evening (depending on when you’re reading this) ladies and gentleman. Today we’re going to be throwing around ideas and giving our thoughts on the direction of what we think may be possible for the Charlotte Hornets to move in.

It may not be 100% right, and some of the things that we say may never even happen, but as the 2019 NBA Draft gets closer, we know that something has to and WILL happen for the 2019-20 version of the Hornets.

So, feel free to comment below or on Twitter at @SwarmnSting to tell us your thoughts and answers to the following questions. Also, feel free to tweet or message us your own questions to be featured or for you to be included in the next Swarm and Sting Round-Table Discussion. Before we start, here is a  quick highlight of the team’s 2018-19 rookie stud, Miles Bridges.