Charlotte Hornets Front Office

Rasheed Sulaimon Agrees To Camp Deal Hornets
Rasheed Sulaimon will play in the D-League.
Mike Tobey Signs Camp Deal With Hornets
In Summer League, Mike Tobey averaged 10.0 points, 6.8 rebounds, 1.6 blocks and 1.0 steals in 20.8 minutes per game.
Michael Jordan Releases Statement On Shootings Of African-Americans, Police
Michael Jordan has announced grants of $1 million each to two organizations working to build trust between law enforcement and the communities in which they work.
NBA Close To Moving 2017 All-Star Game From Charlotte
The Charlotte Observer expected the All-Star Game to inject $100 million into the economy.
Jeremy Lin Compares Signing With Nets To Investing In Startup
Jeremy Lin was raised in Palo Alto, which is located in the center of Silicon Valley.
Christian Wood, Hornets Agree Upon Two-Year Deal
Christian Wood played well for the 76ers in Summer League.
Brian Roberts, Hornets Agree To Deal For Vet's Minimum
Brian Roberts will be Charlotte's third point guard behind Kemba Walker and Ramon Sessions.
Roy Hibbert Agrees Upon One-Year, $5M Deal With Hornets
Roy Hibbert has agreed upon a one-year, $5 million with the Hornets.
Ramon Sessions, Hornets Agree Upon Two-Year, $12.5M Deal
Ramson Sessions will help the Hornets replace Jeremy Lin as their backup point guard behind Kemba Walker.
Marvin Williams Agrees To Four-Year, $54.5M Deal With Hornets
Marvin Williams had offers for more money from other teams but he loved playing for the Hornets and the deal gives the front office more flexibility.

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Grading The Deal: Marvin Williams Re-Signs With Hornets

by Christopher Reina

Marvin Williams was always destined for this combo forward role as soon as he worked on his perimeter shot and the NBA evolved to match his physical gifts.

Grading The Deal: Nicolas Batum Re-Signs With Hornets On $120M Deal

by Christopher Reina

The Hornets traded for Nicolas Batum a season before his free agency, thoroughly tested out the fit, really liked the fit and then re-signed him on a five-year, $120 million deal.

Grading The Deal: Jeremy Lin Finds New Home In Brooklyn

by Christopher Reina

Jeremy Lin has become too good to be a rotation player off the bench but not good enough to be a starting point guard on a playoff team, so he's settled in now with the Nets on a three-year, $36 million deal.

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