Charlotte Hornets: Four Key Decisions that Changed the Course of the Franchise

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In an age when basketball fans everywhere yearn for content relating to their favorite sport, Swarm and Sting has you covered. Reflecting on the past several decades of Charlotte Hornets basketball, here are several moments that make one ask, ‘what if?’

Despite undesirable circumstances, many have touted this time in the country’s history as one to reflect. This angle could bring both positives and negatives. For some, a realization can be made about how much good they are doing in life.

For others, self-reflection can bring up painful memories about how one action or decision led to many bad outcomes. As for the Charlotte Hornets community, we analyze pressing situations such as how lucky the Hornets are that Kristaps Porzingis didn’t release the ball a millisecond sooner that fateful night in November of 2015.

Any NBA franchise can perform a revisionist’s history of its choices and come to the conclusion that mistakes were made. However, the Charlotte Hornets are a team that could boast this sentiment more than most. With a winning percentage of .438% over the course of the team’s 30 seasons in North Carolina, it’s safe to say a lot of things could’ve been done differently.

That being said, here are four pivotal moments in Charlotte Hornet’s history that, if done differently, could’ve resulted in many joyous moments for the city.

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