Charlotte Hornets: 4 Takeaways From the First 10 Games

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With ten games already played, the Charlotte Hornets sit with an even record. Let’s analyze these good takeaways as well as the bad ones.

There was a lot of anticipation heading into the 2020-2021 NBA season, especially for Charlotte Hornets‘ fans. For starters, the 2019-2020 season was unlike any other due to the Covid-19 pandemic, and with the season shut down early, plus you add in the fact that the Hornets finished the season sub-.500, there was more than enough excitement for the new season.

Now that the excitement of the new NBA season has died down a little bit, and we can better see what the Charlotte Hornets are about, let’s take a look at four key takeaways from the first 10 games.

In this article, we will look at good two good takeaways and two bad takeaways, and for each of them, we will look at how we can improve the bad and how we can increase the good to become even better.

Here are some stats through the first 10 games:

Record: 5-5 (.500) Ranked 9th in the Eastern Conference Standings

PTS. Per Game: 108.4 (Ranked 24th of 30) 

Pts. Hornets Allow their Opponents to score: 109.5 (Ranked 11th of 30)

Assists: 290 (Ranked 1st of 30)

Steals: 94 (Ranked 3rd of 30)