By far the biggest win of the Charlotte Hornets offseason was the resigning of Nicolas Batum and Marvin Williams. The two versatile wings’ shooting opened up driving lanes for the Hornet Guards and their defensive versatility allowed Charlotte to deploy an aggressive switching defense that hounded opposing guards and caused turnovers in bunches. With those two back the Hornets will be an explosive and exciting offensive unit. The Hornets also added Marco Bellinelli via trade to help with floor spacing and signed hulking center Roy Hibbert to replace the departed Al Jefferson.
The Hornets are hoping that the young and talented trio of Michael Kidd-Gilchrist, Cody Zeller and Frank “the Tank” Kaminsky all become major contributors. MKG has consistently showed his enormous talent since entering the league and the Hornets think that a full healthy season in 2016 will be a huge step in his development towards being a terror on defense and slashing wing. Zeller and Kaminsky are both highly skilled bigs whose outside shooting and playmaking ability at the center position help to make the Hornets offense buzz. The leader of the Charlotte offense is undoubtedly March Madness legend Kemba Walker. Walker had a great season in 2015-2016 and improved his shooting efficiency while retaining his off the dribble explosiveness. If Kemba shows that his breakout year las season is sustainable, the Hornets should be able to make a run at the top four seeds in the East.
Charlotte Hornets luxury suites provide the best views in the house and always leave fans with an unforgettable experience they won't soon forget. Hornets skyboxes come with a customizable catering menu, comfortable seating, HDTV's, luxurious furnishings and a dedicated suite attendant. The Spectrum Center will also be hosting Maroon 5, Carrie Underwood and Professional Bull Riding among other things.