Charlotte Hornets Roster
- Eastern Southeast
- Spectrum Center
Charlotte Hornets forward Caleb Martin finished with 19 points, seven rebounds, three assists, and four steals in 35 minutes during the 109-98 win over the Heat on Wednesday. The Nevada product built on a 23-point performance from the last game and racked up his two highest point totals of the season in these past two games. The 24-year-old only averages 5.4 points per game, but he just may be a fantasy-worthy pickup if and when the season resumes.
Charlotte Hornets point guard Devonte' Graham compiled 30 points, one rebound, six assists, and one steal in 37 minutes during the 109-98 win over the Heat on Wednesday. The 25-year-old also went 8-for-11 from downtown. The Kansas product has now scored at least 23 points in the last four games, and is tied with Terry Rozier as the leading scorer on this team. He's a daily fantasy start, but the suspension of the season leaves huge question marks.
Charlotte Hornets point/shooting guard Terry Rozier (illness) has been ruled out for Wednesdays contest against the Miami Heat. Dealing with a cold, Roziers absence will mark just his second of the season. Devonte' Graham should be in line to see a larger offensive workload without Rozier in the mix, while Cody Martin will slot into the starting five as a low-priced DFS option. Coming off a career-high 40-point scoring eruption Monday, Roziers next chance at getting back on the floor comes Friday against the Cavaliers.
Charlotte Hornets guard Terry Rozier (illness) is listed as probable for Wednesday's game against the Miami Heat. Rozier scored a career-high 40 points on Tuesday, but it appears he's a bit under the weather here. There's a good chance that Rozier suits up for this game, but fantasy owners should check back closer to tip-off for more information. Devonte' Graham and Cody Martin would likely see their usage skyrocket if Rozier is unable to play.
Charlotte Hornets point guard Devonte' Graham shot an ugly nine of 26 in a double-overtime loss to the Hawks to finish with 27 points along with 10 assists, four rebounds, and four steals. After missing Charlotte's narrow one-point loss to San Antonio, Graham has come back with three consecutive 20-point outings with no less than three three-pointers in any game. He played a career-high-tying 46 minutes in this one but didn't commit a single turnover either. It was an incredible all-around showing for a player who should be in the conversation for Most Improved honors. He'll have a tough time replicating it, however, with the Hornets traveling down to South Beach to face the Miami Heat on Wednesday.