Charlotte Hornets Roster 2022 and Starting Lineup Today

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 2021-22 NBA season.

Who is the starting 5 for the Hornets today?

Miles Bridges, P.J. Washington, Mason Plumlee, LaMelo Ball, and Terry Rozier are the five active Hornets starters for the 2021-22 season’s current game today. Hornets change their starting lineup often depending on players’ injury, worst performances, or some undisclosed reasons.

Who plays the most minutes for the Hornets?

Miles Bridges has played sixty-four games in the league averaging 36.2 min and 19.9 points the most and LaMelo Ball averaging 32.2 min with 19.8 points in 59 games lead as the second starter for the Hornets.

Who is the worst Hornets starter?

Arnoldas Kulboka is the worst starter for the Hornets plays averaging 2.7 min in 1 game averaging no points are scored, and it is also his fewest minutes with the team in the league.

Who is the current head coach of the Charlotte Hornets?

James Borrego is the head coach of the Charlotte Hornets basketball team since 2018.

Here is the Hornets’ position, age, height, weight, pre-draft team, draft status, and nationality you need to know.

NoPlayerPositionHeightWeightAgeExpCollege
0Miles BridgesF6′ 7″225 lbs243Michigan State
2LaMelo BallG6′ 7″180 lbs201Illawarra
3Terry RozierG6′ 1″190 lbs286Louisville
4Isaiah ThomasG5′ 9″185 lbs3310Washington
5James BouknightG6′ 4″190 lbs21RConnecticut
6Jalen McDanielsF-C6′ 9″205 lbs242San Diego State
8Montrezl HarrellF-C6′ 7″240 lbs286Louisville
11Cody MartinF6′ 6″205 lbs262Nevada-Reno
12Kelly Oubre Jr.F-G6′ 6″203 lbs266Kansas
14Nick RichardsC7′ 0″245 lbs241Kentucky
16Scottie LewisG6′ 5″185 lbs22RFlorida
20Gordon HaywardF6′ 7″225 lbs3211Butler
21JT ThorF6′ 9″203 lbs19RAuburn
23Kai JonesC-F6′ 10″221 lbs21RTexas-Austin
24Mason PlumleeF-C6′ 11″254 lbs328Duke
25P.J. WashingtonF6′ 7″230 lbs232Kentucky
98Arnoldas KulbokaF6′ 10″209 lbs24RBilbao

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