Three surprising stats from the Charlotte Hornets’ 2019-2020 season

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PHILADELPHIA, PA – NOVEMBER 10: Miles Bridges #0 and PJ Washington #25 of the Charlotte Hornets react against the Philadelphia 76ers at the Wells Fargo Center on November 10, 2019 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The 76ers defeated the Hornets 114-106. NOTE TO USER: User expressly acknowledges and agrees that, by downloading and/or using this photograph, user is consenting to the terms and conditions of the Getty Images License Agreement. (Photo by Mitchell Leff/Getty Images)

While this unbearably long offseason for the Charlotte Hornets continues, it’s time to pore over some numbers and take a look at a few that might surprise some fans.

If you’re a fan of one of the eight teams not invited to Orlando to continue the NBA season in its revised schedule, you’re likely going to be waiting a long while until your favorite club has anything meaningful going on. For fans of Charlotte Hornets and the seven other teams, it’s going to feel like an eternity.

Even ignoring the premature ending of their season, the entire 2019-2020 campaign was a weird one, of sorts, for the team. It was the first since drafting Kemba Walker that he wasn’t in a Charlotte uniform and to this day, seeing him in anything else is odd.

Numbers are very interesting and just about every team, including the Charlotte Hornets, have some that are a little surprising.

Then you had a new face that fans with which fans weren’t too familiar in Terry Rozier. Many questions loomed over the talented guard, but he answered just about all of them, becoming a major factor in a team looking for an identity.

There are other odd things here and there, but mostly, we’re going to be looking over just a handful of statistics that might leave some of you a little perplexed but could shed some light on why the team struggled as they did this past season.

First up, we’ll start with a very obvious one.

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