Charlotte Hornets: 5 Early Predictions for 2019-20 Season

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Terry Rozier poised for big season

I am really excited about the addition of Terry Rozier. He may not be another Kemba Walker, but he’s a veteran player who has a lot of experience when it comes to winning games. He won a lot of games when he was with the Boston Celtics.

Rozier has spent his entire career behind star players like Isaiah Thomas and Kyrie Irving. Because of this, he has never gotten the chance to prove what he can really do. He proved a lot in the 2017-18 playoffs when he started every game and averaged over 16 points per game.

While Rozier has only started in thirty games, he has managed to average double figures in points when he starts. Imagine what Rozier could do if he was the leader of his own team and got big-time minutes.

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It’s really hard not to want to root for a guy like “Scary Terry.” Last Saturday fans could see how humbled he was to get this opportunity with Charlotte. You could tell that Rozier is beyond ready for next season.

If Rozier has been able to average 14.4 points per game as a starter, then I believe this number will jump to about 18+ points per game with the Hornets. Rozier is a player that takes no plays off, so I expect him to be a force for Charlotte next season.

Rozier will be looking to help win games since he was apart of a team who won games on a nightly basis. Since joining the league, Rozier has been to the playoffs every year of his career. I expect him to have the best season of his career next season.