Here are the Charlotte Hornets’ common questions and answers about the Hornets’ starting lineup, starting five, who plays most matches, minutes, points, rebounds, assists, and more of the 2023-2024 NBA season.
Who is the starting 5 for the Hornets today?
Xavier Sneed, Tre Scott, James Nnaji, Kobi Simmons, and Amari Bailey are the five active Hornets starters for the 2023-24 season’s current game today. Hornets change their starting lineup often depending on players’ injuries, worst performances, or some undisclosed reasons.
Who plays the most minutes for the Hornets?
Amari Bailey played in the past game 24 min, with 3 rebounds, 3 assists, and 17 points, Nathan Mensah had 6 rebounds, 1 assists, and 14 points, Kobi Simmons had 4 rebounds, 8 assists, and 13 points earned as the top scorers for the Hornets against the Timberwolves and win by 109-92.
Who is the worst Hornets starter?
Anthony Duruji playing 14 minutes with 4 rebounds, 2 assists, and 5 points earned was the worst performance in the last game with the team in the league.
Who is the current head coach of the Charlotte Hornets?
Steve Clifford is the head coach of the Charlotte Hornets basketball team since 2022.
Here is the Hornets’ position, age, height, weight, pre-draft team, draft status, and nationality you need to know.
|16||Angelo Allegri||F||24||6′ 7″||215 lbs||Eastern Washington||—|
|–||Amari Bailey||G||19||6′ 5″||185 lbs||UCLA||—|
|1||LaMelo Ball||PG||22||6′ 7″||180 lbs||—||$10,900,635|
|–||Leaky Black||F||24||6′ 9″||205 lbs||North Carolina||—|
|2||James Bouknight||SG||23||6′ 4″||190 lbs||UConn||$4,570,080|
|0||Miles Bridges||SF||25||6′ 7″||225 lbs||Michigan State||$7,921,301|
|20||Gordon Hayward||SF||33||6′ 7″||225 lbs||Butler||$31,500,000|
|23||Kai Jones||PF||22||6′ 11″||221 lbs||Texas||$3,047,880|
|9||Theo Maledon||PG||22||6′ 5″||175 lbs||—||—|
|11||Cody Martin||SF||27||6′ 6″||205 lbs||Nevada||$7,560,000|
|7||Bryce McGowens||G||20||6′ 6″||175 lbs||Nebraska||$1,719,865|
|31||Nathan Mensah||C||25||6′ 10″||230 lbs||San Diego State||—|
|–||Brandon Miller||F||20||6′ 9″||200 lbs||Alabama||$10,880,400|
|–||James Nnaji||C||19||6′ 11″||250 lbs||—||—|
|–||Frank Ntilikina||PG||25||6′ 4″||200 lbs||—||$2,019,706|
|12||Kelly Oubre Jr.||SG||27||6′ 6″||203 lbs||Kansas||—|
|4||Nick Richards||C||25||7′ 0″||245 lbs||Kentucky||$5,000,000|
|3||Terry Rozier||SG||29||6′ 1″||190 lbs||Louisville||$22,205,221|
|18||Trevon Scott||F||26||6′ 8″||225 lbs||Cincinnati||—|
|30||Jaylen Sims||G||24||6′ 6″||210 lbs||UNC Wilmington||—|
|–||Nick Smith Jr.||G||19||6′ 4″||170 lbs||Arkansas||$2,463,960|
|21||JT Thor||F||21||6′ 9″||203 lbs||Auburn||$1,836,096|
|25||P.J. Washington||PF||25||6′ 7″||230 lbs||Kentucky||$16,847,826|
|5||Mark Williams||C||21||7′ 0″||240 lbs||Duke||$3,908,160|