Hornets teammates Marvin Williams, left, and Kemba Walker celebrate during a recent game at Time Warner Cable Arena. The Hornets (37-29) are barely outside a top-five playoff seed entering Wednesday night’s home game against Orlando, but that’s a very realistic goal.
Hornets teammates Marvin Williams, left, and Kemba Walker celebrate during a recent game at Time Warner Cable Arena. The Hornets (37-29) are barely outside a top-five playoff seed entering Wednesday night’s home game against Orlando, but that’s a very realistic goal. Streeter Lecka Getty Images
Hornets teammates Marvin Williams, left, and Kemba Walker celebrate during a recent game at Time Warner Cable Arena. The Hornets (37-29) are barely outside a top-five playoff seed entering Wednesday night’s home game against Orlando, but that’s a very realistic goal. Streeter Lecka Getty Images

It’s been awhile, but the Charlotte Hornets finally have their sting back

March 15, 2016 05:13 PM

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