Charlotte Hornets

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  • Malik Monk
    SG, Charlotte Hornets

    Malik Monk hit 5-of-15 shots from the field en route to his 15 points off the bench on Saturday, adding three triples, four rebounds and two assists in 27 minutes.

    Monk's poor shooting tonight aside, he did manage to crack the double-digit scoring mark again while also making a significant contribution in the 3s made category. He should be worth an end-of-bench slot in standard leagues moving forward.

  • Devonte' Graham
    PG, Charlotte Hornets

    Devonte' Graham's shooting slump continued to haunt him on Saturday as he went 1-for-10 from the field to finish the game with six points, one rebound, two assists, two steals and one block.

    Graham appears to be in a funk. The defensive stats tonight don't even begin to cover his shooting inefficiency and his lack of significant dimes. Owners will just have to ride out the storm and hope he comes out the other end in time.

  • PJ Washington
    PF, Charlotte Hornets

    P.J. Washington had a good showing in Saturday's loss to the Nets, scoring a team-high 16 points on 6-of-13 shooting with seven rebounds, four dimes, four 3s and a steal in 37 minutes.

    Washington has virtually erased all memory of his recent slump thanks to back to back games of double-digit scoring. Washington's brief buy-low window is now shut with a loud thud after tonight.

  • Joe Chealey
    PG, Charlotte Hornets

    The Hornets will sign Joe Chealey to a 10-day contract.

    Chealey was with the Hornets last season and signed an Exhibit 10 with the team this offseason. He was one of the final cuts before opening night and his familiarity with the organization probably helped him out here. There's no need to watch Chealey in fantasy leagues.

    Source: Rod Boone on Twitter

  • Cody Zeller
    C, Charlotte Hornets

    Cody Zeller posted an efficient 16 points and eight boards in 25 minutes on Thursday.

    Zeller was perfect from the floor in this contest but this is close to the best case scenario for him. Unfortunately, he hasn't been the reliable top-100 per-game producer this season. He should be a good source for shooting percentage, rebounds and low turnover numbers.

  • PJ Washington
    PF, Charlotte Hornets

    P.J. Washington produced across the board on Thursday, scoring 17 points to go with five boards, four assists, two steals and a blocked shot as the Hornets downed the Bulls 103-93.

    Washington was productive here but we do have to be aware that he isn't locked into anything at this point. Cody Martin has been solid enough to get some starts and soak up some minutes, so really he just mutes some of Washington's value. Martin had four points and six boards in 25 minutes.

  • Terry Rozier
    PG, Charlotte Hornets

    Terry Rozier (left knee soreness) wasn't limited on Thursday night, playing 32 minutes and scoring 14 points in a win over the Bulls.

    Rozier returned to action after missing a game with knee soreness and was reasonably productive. He didn't add a variety of stats but he also didn't make a lot of mistakes. It was a solid line that should get better in future games.

  • Devonte' Graham
    PG, Charlotte Hornets

    Devonte' Graham went 0-for-7 from the floor and was held scoreless in 33 minutes in Thursday's win over the Bulls.

    Graham had seven assists but also turned it over four times in an ugly line for the breakout guard. He won't struggle like this, but the shooting percentage is ugly more often than we want from Graham.

  • Miles Bridges
    SF, Charlotte Hornets

    Miles Bridges scored 22 points on 9-of-23 shooting on Thursday night, to go along with eight rebounds, two assists, two steals and two 3-pointers in 34 minutes.

    Bridges had a good game in this one, but we would have loved to see some more efficiency in his shooting line. He hasn't quite been the player we hoped for coming into the year, but has been better in the last few weeks, so he could use this run to be a top-100 player the rest of the way.

  • Malik Monk
    SG, Charlotte Hornets

    Malik Monk came out of the break strong with another 25-point outing to add onto six rebounds, three assists and two steals in 30 minutes.

    Monk was a catalyst in another Hornets' road victory. Again, he is worth holding onto while he's scoring like this and the shot is falling. When the shot struggles, he doesn't offer much else and should be jettisoned back to waiver wires in standard leagues.

  • Terry Rozier
    PG, Charlotte Hornets

    Terry Rozier (left knee soreness) isn't on the injury report for Thursday.

    Rozier sat out the final game before the break but is good to go for tomorrow. Get him back in your lineups.

    Source: NBA Injury Report

  • Cody Martin
    PF, Charlotte Hornets

    Cody Martin (concussion protocol, nasal surgery) is not on the injury report for Thursday.

    Martin suffered a broken nose and missed three games, but the All-Star break came at the right time and minimized his absence. With the Hornets opening up minutes for younger players down the stretch, Martin is someone to keep an eye on in deeper formats.

    Source: NBA Injury Report

  • Terry Rozier
    PG, Charlotte Hornets

    Terry Rozier (left knee soreness) practiced in full on Tuesday.

    Rozier missed the Hornet's final game heading into the All-Star break, but it wasn't considered to be a long-term concern. Feel free to get Rozier back into all lineups ahead of Thursday's game against the Bulls.

    Source: Rod Boone on Twitter

  • Cody Martin
    PF, Charlotte Hornets

    Cody Martin (concussion protocol) fully participated in Tuesday's practice session.

    Martin found himself in the starting lineup before going down a few weeks ago, as he has started to earn a bigger role in coach James Borrego's rotation. With Marvin Williams and Michael Kidd-Gilchrist out of the picture, Martin should have a reasonably safe role for the second half of the season.

    Source: Rick Bonnell on Twitter

  • Miles Bridges
    SF, Charlotte Hornets

    Miles Bridges took home the MVP Award of Team USA's 151-131 win over Team World in the Rising Stars game on Friday night, scoring 20 points, grabbing five boards, dishing out five assists and chipping in three steals.

    He hit some big shots, including a couple of three of three pointers (3-of-7 3PT). The MVP winner was not immediately obvious after the game and Bridges was the beneficiary of a wide open field. He is clinging to value in standard 12-team leagues and has been a little better of late, averaging 20 points and seven rebounds over the past two weeks. If you have an open roster spot, Bridges offers consistently average production if you need a space-filler.