Charlotte Hornets: Predicting each players stats for the 2019-20 season

Charlotte Hornets Devonte Graham. (Photo by Rocky Widner/NBAE via Getty Images)
Charlotte Hornets Devonte Graham. (Photo by Rocky Widner/NBAE via Getty Images) /
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Charlotte Hornets Devonte’ Graham (Photo by Brock Williams-Smith/NBAE via Getty Images) /

The 2019-20 season is fast approaching for the Charlotte Hornets, so now seems like a good time to predict the stat lines for each player on this new-look team.

If you’re a die-hard Charlotte Hornets fan, then you should be excited for the 2019-20 season to start. Yeah, the Hornets lost their franchise star in Kemba Walker this summer, but it’s time to move on and build towards the future. The true fans stick around regardless of wins or losses.

This season will be all about player development for the Charlotte Hornets. Expectations from just about everywhere have them finishing towards the bottom of the league, so it’s not like they will have a ton of pressure on them. Getting the core young guys better with practice and increased playing time is going to be key.

Today, we’ll be predicting each Charlotte Hornets players stats for the 2019-20 season. The Hornets lost a combined 40.9 points per game from their two top scorers from last season, Kemba Walker and Jeremy Lamb, so they will need a collective effort offensively to replace those two.

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There’s room for improvement on this roster. From the players, to the coaches and to the front office. Guys like Terry Rozier and Miles Bridges are going to have to step up and become leaders for this team, while coach Borrego must adapt to a tough situation. Mitch Kupchak must make the right moves and set this team up for the future.

It’s going to be an interesting season, that’s for sure. There could very well be a lot of losses incoming, but my biggest advice to fans would be looking for individual growth from game one to game 82.

Keep in mind that this article will not include players like Joe Chealey, Caleb Martin or Jalen McDaniels. Chealey and Martin are not guaranteed to make the final roster, while McDaniels has not officially signed with the team yet.

Let’s get this started!