Since starting the Las Vegas Summer League with a 1-1 record, the Hornets went 1-2, finishing Summer League with a 2-3 record with a win over the Utah Jazz.
NC State University received a Notice of Allegations from the NCAA on Tuesday, July 10 in regards to the conduct that took place under former men’s basketball coach Mark Gottfried. Gottfried was with the university from 2011 to 2017.
The Charlotte Hornets have now played two games in the Las Vegas Summer League, with a 93-85 win over the Golden State Warriors and a 106-96 loss to the San Antonio Spurs under the team’s belt.
PJ Washington was selected by the Charlotte Hornets as the 12th pick in the first round of the 2019 NBA Draft. Washington originally was thought to be a player that could have entered the draft last year after his freshman campaign, but Washington opted to return to Kentucky for one more season and one more NCAA tournament run.
The Charlotte Hornets (39-43) missed the playoffs for the third consecutive season, and as a result, are once again selecting in the NBA Draft lottery. The Hornets own pick 12 in the first round and picks 36, 38 and 52 in the second round. It is difficult to pinpoint who the Hornets may target with these picks, as star player and franchise hero Kemba Walker is an unrestricted free agent and could leave the team over the offseason.
After testing the NBA draft process during the last few weeks, NC State basketball senior guard Markell Johnson has announced that he will put the NBA on hold and return to Raleigh for his senior season.
NC State graduate forward Wyatt Walker will not return next season; the team confirmed Thursday that he will forgo his final season of college eligibility and exit the program.
NC State men’s basketball head coach Kevin Keatts has added another player to his roster for next season, as Lehigh grad transfer forward Pat Andree announced on his Twitter Wednesday that he will be joining the Pack.
The NBA regular season is over, and no Pack alumni made the playoffs. However, NC State fans still have a reason to be excited. Longtime women’s basketball point guard Kiara Leslie was drafted by the Washington Mystics and will join T.J. Warren and Dennis Smith Jr. as Pack alumni playing professionally. Let’s take a look at how each Pack pro has performed this season: