With LaMelo Ball’s injury, Adrian Wojnarowski reported that despite being pretty aggressive in the trade market before, the Charlotte Hornets have “retreated” from it now. Now, this does not mean no moves will be made, but the chances of a major deal seemed to have decreased for now. After their win against the Houston Rockets, the Hornets sit at fourth place in the Eastern Conference with a 22-21 record. To continue competing for a playoff spot, the Hornets could make a smaller move to stay in the thick of the Eastern Conference playoff race, and maybe even clinch first-round home-court advantage. Two positions that the Hornets need are a 3-and-D wing and a center. Let’s look at cheaper, yet solid, options to fill these needs.
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