Why did the Charlotte Hornets lose their last two games?

Posted October 05, 2018 04:04:30The Charlotte Hornets are 6-5 this season, and the last two losses came at home.

The team lost to the New York Knicks on Sunday and the New Orleans Pelicans on Monday.

The Hornets are also 3-13 at home this season.

Here are five reasons why the Hornets lost their last four games.

1.

No longer the Charlotte Bobcats.

The Charlotte Bobcat franchise, which was formed in 1974 and became an NBA franchise in 1985, has been around since 1980.

The franchise has played in the NBA for six decades, and has won a total of 14 championships.

However, Charlotte is now entering its sixth season as an NBA team.

The Bobcats have lost five of their last seven games.

2.

The new Charlotte Bobcays team.

The Hornets have added a veteran leader for their younger players, and they have a new coach in Dave Joerger.

However the Hornets are 4-13 this season and have struggled mightily with their defense and lack of athleticism.

The only thing that will help the Hornets next season is a change of scenery.

3.

The Charlotte Bobs.

This is a great franchise.

They have had success over the years and have had some great players over the decades.

However I think this team has been built on the back of a group of guys that have played together for years and that has not been the case this season when they lost to New York.

I think it is time for this group to get a new head coach and get back to the top.

4.

The New Charlotte Bobhawks.

The Bobcats had an excellent season in 2017-18, but this season has been a complete disaster.

I am not sure why the Bobcats were not better, especially with a team like this in the East.

I also think this roster has been lacking in experience and experience in this league.

This season, the Bobhawks are 11-23, which is worse than the Bobcat’s 12-19 mark this season which is the worst mark in the league.

5.

The No. 9 Charlotte Hornets.

This team is the one to beat in the Eastern Conference.

They should be playing for the top seed in the conference.

I don’t think the Bobs have a chance to make the playoffs.

6.

The loss of Al Jefferson.

I don’t see the Bobcies winning any more games.

They are playing really poorly this season at home, and I don,t think they have enough depth on the court.

7.

The trade that sent Kemba Walker to New Orleans.

The Pelicans have had great success this season but the Bobcas have had one of the worst seasons of any team in the playoffs this year.

The Pelicans have lost seven of their past eight games, and have dropped six of their first seven games at home for the first time since 2015-16.

This is the last season in the Hornets organization.

I would like to see them get better next season.

8.

The move of the Bobfords starting center.

This season, Kemba is a starting center for the Hornets.

I have not seen much of him, and there have been questions about his play.

This year, he has played only one game in the post.

9.

The acquisition of Al-Farouq Aminu.

I know it is difficult to make a roster move for an important player like Al-Fouq, but I think the Hornets should have made the move sooner.

I still think this is a team that can compete with the top teams in the West.

10.

The decline of Jahlil Okafor.

I have watched this team struggle to make an impact on the floor, and he has had his share of injuries.

He has played through some injuries this season as well, but it is hard to get the confidence that he is going to come back strong.

I do not think Jahl, who has missed 20 games, will be back next season for the Bob.

11.

The change of coaching staff.

The current head coach, Jeff Van Gundy, is a former head coach of the Minnesota Timberwolves.

He was fired by the New Jersey Nets and the Oklahoma City Thunder in December of 2018.

He is currently the head coach at Marquette University.

The coach is going into the final year of his contract and is a candidate to become the Hornets head coach.

12.

The roster turnover.

It is easy to get upset about losing players, but when you lose a starting point guard, a starting shooting guard, and a starting power forward, it is tough to win games.

I did not like losing Jamal Crawford, and you can see the impact he has made with his play this season in Charlotte.

13.

The transition of Eric Gordon to the Hornets’ bench.

Eric Gordon is a versatile player who can fill different roles.

He can be a starter, a backup or a starter again.

14.

The emergence of rookie Jahlile Oka for the Charlotte