Charlotte Hornets Round Table: Mid-season review and trade discussion

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Charlotte Hornets Devonte’ Graham. (Photo by David Liam Kyle/NBAE via Getty Images)

The Swarm and Sting staff reviews the 2019-20 season so far, and talk about what the Charlotte Hornets can do before the trade deadline.

The Charlotte Hornets are currently holding onto the 9th spot in the Eastern Conference, unsure of what they want to do. This season has been unprecedented, as many fans were expecting Charlotte to have lost more games by now.

While the Hornets continue to win games that they were expected to lose, they continue to raise many questions. With the rate that the Hornets are going at, they could end up with a pick between 8-12 in the 2020 NBA Draft,

The Hornets have had a lot of surprises, as well as a couple of breakout players. It’s no secret that one second-year player is also picking up where Kemba Walker left off last season with his three-point shooting.

With the Hornets unsure of what they plan to do this season, they may also have an opportunity to make a move before the NBA trade deadline. The Hornets have not made a move since the 2017-18 season at the deadline.

The Charlotte Hornets have gone three straight seasons without reaching the postseason, and fans are still not patient, even with a rebuild pending. The main takeaway from the Hornets so far is the number of questions that they leave fans with.

In this article, our writers will review the 2019-20 season thus far, as well as provide input on potential trades and moves that Charlotte could make by the deadline.

Without further ado, let’s get this round table started!

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