B/R predicts number of Hall of Famers on the Charlotte Hornets

Charlotte Hornets Terry Rozier and teammates. (Photo by Todd Kirkland/Getty Images)
Charlotte Hornets Terry Rozier and teammates. (Photo by Todd Kirkland/Getty Images) /

While the Charlotte Hornets await further instructions from the league, Bleacher Report made a prediction on the amount of Hall of Famers on each team.

Have you ever considered if the Charlotte Hornets had any potential Hall of Famers on the roster? That question could’ve been answered easily when Kemba Walker was still on the team, but the roster still remains different from year’s past.

Even as the Hornets continue to await news about a second bubble, the team was recently critiqued by Bleacher Report, who predicted if there were any future Hall of Famers on the roster.

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According to Bleacher Report, the Hornets currently have no future Hall of Famers playing for them. This may not come as a surprise to many fans since the team lost its best player last year. Even though Kemba Walker’s chances were slim at the time, Basketball Reference still gave him a 15.1% to make the Hall of Fame.

However, the Hornets did have some breakout players this season with Terry Rozier, Devonte’ Graham, and PJ Washington. Even with their breakout seasons, Bleacher Report still stated that it was not enough to say they’re on a Hall of Fame path.

The only current player on the roster that has the highest chance is actually Nicolas Batum, who has a .0002%. Bleacher Report also cited that his chances of rising up the rankings were slim due to the recent numbers he’s averaged.

In the Hornets’ history, the team has only had three players make the Hall of Fame that played in Charlotte. The only former Hornets to make this list were Alonzo Mourning, Vlade Divac, and Robert Parish.

It’ll be hard to say who the next Charlotte Hornets’ Hall of Famer will be. As the team continues to grow, fans can maybe expect a new superstar to rise up and take control.

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