Charlotte Hornets: 3 NBA Draft prospects to watch during March Madness

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With March Madness upon us, the Charlotte Hornets will have a lot of draft talent to watch.

The Charlotte Hornets’ season is quickly coming to an end, and the team must be ready for the NBA Draft in June. Luckily for them, it’s March, and that means it’s time for March Madness to begin.

As the Hornets continue to lose games at a consistent rate, the team’s lottery chances will keep rising. The Hornets have not had a top-5 pick since 2013 when the team drafted Cody Zeller. If the Hornets continue to lose, then they may get another top pick.

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There is a lot of talent in this year’s draft, and it will be hard for the Hornets to go wrong with their lottery pick. Mitch Kupchak did well in 2019’s draft, and he could continue to find steals in this year’s draft.

As the Hornets continue to play their young players, they will be seeking a player who can likely make an instant impact.

March Madness typically brings out the best in players, and the Hornets will be able to watch some lottery-projected prospects play. The Hornets have a clear need in their frontcourt, as they are one of the worst rebounding and paint defending teams in the league.

Heading into March Madness, there will be a variety of frontcourt players that the Hornets can scout. This article will take a look at three lottery prospects that should be watched in March.

Without further ado, let’s take a look at three draft prospects that you should watch during March Madness.