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Point guard Kemba Walker’s jump shot missed and center Al Jefferson’s put-back attempt fell off the rim as the Miami Heat held off the Charlotte Hornets 94-93 Sunday.

Charlotte Hornets small forward Michael Kidd-Gilchrist is out for a while longer with that stress reaction in his right foot. Coach Steve Clifford said Kidd-Gilchrist isn’t allowed to shoot because the medical staff doesn’t want him jumping.

The Hornets’ reintegration to Charlotte can now truly be considered complete. “Super Hugo,” the more acrobatic and daredevil alter ego of the original Hugo the Hornet mascot, made his return during the break between the first and second quarters. Needless to say, the dunking antics of Super Hugo Version 2.0 were just as impressive as the first.

Stephenson, Williams and Roberts have had some bumps in the road assimilating to the Hornets

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