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2019 Schedule
3rd in Southeast
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Jordan donating $2M to Hurricane Florence relief

NBA legend Michael Jordan, who played high school basketball in Wilmington, North Carolina -- one of the areas devastated by Hurricane Florence -- is donating $2 million to assist residents of the Carolinas.

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20d

Two-time champ West retires after 15 seasons

David West, who played more than 1,000 games during his 15 seasons in the NBA, has retired after winning two championships with the Warriors.

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43d

Parker: Bench role my idea 'for good of Spurs'

Tony Parker, who was benched in January for the first time since 2010 before joining the Hornets last month in free agency, revealed it was his decision to take a place on the bench and kick off a new era at point guard for San Antonio.

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45d

Jordan, players defend LeBron after Trump tweet

NBA players from around the league came to the defense of LeBron James after President Donald Trump took aim at the intelligence of the Lakers star on Twitter.

Embiid dunks on Biyombo (0:58)
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49dLindsay du Plessis, KweséESPN deputy editor

Hornets' Biyombo on Barack Obama: 'He has the swag'

Charlotte Hornets center Bismack Biyombo has described the experience of meeting former US president Barack Obama as "mind-blowing," and complimented the politician's "swag".

Bridges throws high-flying dunk party (0:41)
Bridges spins for skyhook with off hand (0:18)
Bacon sizzles for and-1 (0:22)
Bridges flies for alley-oop slam (0:20)
Bridges soars for another dunk (0:17)
Bridges botches awesome play by missing self-alley-oop (0:23)
Bridges rises for tomahawk jam (0:21)

Chris Haynes ESPN Staff Writer 

Golden State forward Jordan Bell will miss his second consecutive Summer League contest tonight with a sore shoulder, league sources tell ESPN.

Hernangomez and Bridges combine for back-to-back blocks (0:15)
Bridges goes to work for Hornets in first half (0:19)
Monk: Hornets' Parker acquisition 'still surreal to me' (0:51)
Monk fractures thumb on game's last possession (0:20)

Bobby Marks ESPN 

Here is the breakdown for the Charlotte, Chicago and Orlando trade: The Bulls acquire the $1.65M non-guaranteed contract of Julyan Stone that has a August 1 guaranteed date. If Stone is waived, the cap space for Chicago will increase to $16M in room (if the Noah Vonleh hold is released). For Charlotte, Bismack Biyombo is under contract for the next two years with a cap hit of $17M per season. The Hornets now have $120.3M in salary and are $3.4M under the tax with 14 guaranteed contracts. Orlando gets much needed guard help with the $2.69M expiring contract of Jerian Grant. Like Biyombo, Timofey Mozgov has two years left with a cap hit of $16M and $16.7M.

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73dAdrian Wojnarowski

Magic trade for Bulls' Grant, Hornets' Mozgov

The Magic, Bulls and Hornets have agreed to a three-team trade that sends Chicago guard Jerian Grant and Charlotte center Timofey Mozgov to Orlando.

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Team Stats

Points Per Game108.210th
Rebounds Per Game45.5Tied-3rd
Assists Per Game21.624th
Points Allowed108.019th

Team History

YEARWLPCT
2017-183646.439
2016-173646.439
2015-164834.585
2014-153349.402