Charlotte Hornets: 2010s All-Decade teams

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Charlotte Hornets Kemba Walker and Al Jefferson (Photo by Kent Smith/NBAE via Getty Images)

With a decade of basketball about to come to an end in the Queen City, it’s time to take a look at some of the best Charlotte Hornets players of the 2010s.

Throughout the team’s history, the Charlotte Hornets have had a lot of great players play for their organization. During the 2010s, the team would see two playoff series, and draft their best player in franchise history.

During this time, the Hornets had one of the worse seasons in NBA history, and then came back two seasons later and made it to the playoffs. As of today, Hornets fans have been without the playoffs in Charlotte for the last three seasons.

The Hornets are currently facing a rebuild, and they have lost many of their players that they started this decade with. The team only has one player on their roster left from the 2011-12 season.

With all of the all-time teams being made, we decided that we wanted to make our own 2010’s All-Decade teams. In this article, we have done three teams that are composed of five players apiece from this past decade.

When putting these team’s together, we created them with players who had the highest scoring productions, and it was based on the amount of time they were in Charlotte for. Many of these picks were easy, but it got harder as we went down the list.

So without any further ado, here are our picks for the Hornets’ 2010s All-Decade teams.

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