Charlotte Hornets Roster 2022-2023 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 2022-2023 NBA season.

Who is the starting 5 for the Hornets today?

Gordon Hayward, PJ Washington, Mason Plumlee, Terry Rozier, and Lamelo Ball are the five active Hornets starters for the 2022-23 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?

Terry Rozier played in the past game 35 min, with 5 rebounds, 2 assists, and 28 points, Mason Plumlee had 12 rebounds, 4 assists, and 21 points, Gordon Hayward had 1 rebound, 3 assists, and 17 points earned as the top scorers for the Hornets won by 111-96 to the Bulls of their last game.

Who is the worst Hornets starter?

JT Thor playing 18 minutes with 3 rebounds, 0 assists, and 2 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.

Jersey NoNamePositionAgeHeightWeightCollegeSalary
1LaMelo BallPG216′ 7″180 lbs$8,623,920
18LiAngelo BallG236′ 5″230 lbsUCLA
2James BouknightSG226′ 4″190 lbsConnecticut$4,362,240
0Miles BridgesSF246′ 7″225 lbsMichigan State
17Jalen CrutcherG236′ 2″175 lbsDayton
14Anthony DurujiF246′ 7″209 lbsFlorida
20Gordon HaywardSF326′ 7″225 lbsButler$30,075,000
23Kai JonesPF216′ 10″221 lbsTexas$2,909,040
16Scottie LewisSG226′ 5″185 lbsFlorida
11Cody MartinSF276′ 6″205 lbsNevada$7,000,000
6Jalen McDanielsPF246′ 9″205 lbsSan Diego State$1,930,681
7Bryce McGowensG196′ 7″179 lbsNebraska
12Kelly Oubre Jr.SG266′ 6″203 lbsKansas$12,600,000
24Mason PlumleeC326′ 11″254 lbsDuke$9,080,417
4Nick RichardsC247′ 0″245 lbsKentucky$1,782,621
3Terry RozierSG286′ 1″190 lbsLouisville$21,486,283
30Jaylen SimsG236′ 6″210 lbsNorth Carolina-Wilmington
8Dennis Smith Jr.PG246′ 2″205 lbsNC State
19Xavier SneedF246′ 5″215 lbsBradley$8,558
21JT ThorPF206′ 9″203 lbsAuburn$1,563,518
25P.J. WashingtonPF246′ 7″230 lbsKentucky$5,808,435
5Mark WilliamsC207′ 0″242 lbsDuke$3,722,040

2 Comments

  1. Oh my goodness it’s been so many years since the Charlotte Hornets have had a decent team and when they do get some good players they get rid of them it doesn’t make sense iv been a fan since they become a franchise and it hurts to watch them play and it would seem like a Michael Jordan could find better players to play for him it makes me wonder if MJs heart is into it anymore I just wished they could find 3 to 5 players that really like to win and put them together and get the fans excited again but they just can’t put it together there just hexed, if Michael Jordan isn’t gonna do a thing he ought to sale the team to a owner that really wants to see them do good maybe even make the playoffs……

  2. Come on Hornets really do y’all care if you lose are win bc it doesn’t look like it, 7 wins so far this year that’s terrible how in the hell do you hold your heads up bc I’m a big time fan iv been to so many games that I’ve lost count, you couldn’t give me a front role ticket and I still wouldn’t go unless they needed me to help coach which y’all don’t have a thing to lose except the game and it’s clear on yalll winning and losing you don’t give a dam so hopefully y’all might get a great first round pick that would help the team start winning again and start having some pride in yourself and by all means if the first round pick is throwing up 30 R more points please don’t trade him R anything stupid… This is Bobby Cobb!!!!!!!!!!

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