(Charlotte Observer.com) In this edition of Buzz City Beat, we look at the Charlotte Hornets‘ coaching changes, when training camp begins and why the team needs Malik Monk to be good right away.
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Their fourth overall preseason game and their second one against the Celtics on October 11th will be nationally televised on ESPN.
He shouldn’t be quarterbacking the Hornets without another buffer—like Batum—but he’s a smooth operator off the bounce, and his hesitation dribbles have a gravitational pull.
“First and foremost, we’re just happy he’s feeling better,” guard Kemba Walker said.
“We love him as a coach, but we love him even better as a person, and we’re all just happy he’s healthy.” That’s especially true for center Dwight Howard, who came to the Hornets via trade this summer.
Only a few days after camp gets underway, the Hornets will travel to Boston to take on the Celtics (October 2nd) in their first preseason game and it will be televised on NBATV.