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The Charlotte Hornets have been one of the best storylines of the 2020-21 NBA season because of all of the success they have found after some years of finishing near the bottom of the league standings. The Hornets are currently the 4-seed in the Eastern Conference and while they will be fighting for a playoff Basketball Jerseys Cheap spot this season, they are definitely well on their way to making the playoffs.

The two acquisitions of Gordon Hayward and LaMelo Ball in the offseason have been game-changing for this organization and have made them “must-see-TV” when they play. They are such a thrilling team to watch because of their ability to knock down shots and because of all of the athletes they have, but mostly because of the play of rookie sensation LaMelo Ball.

Unfortunately for Ball, he is expected to miss the remainder of the season after fracturing his wrist, but before getting injured, he was well on his way to being named the Rookie of the Year. In 41 games this season, Ball has averaged 15.9 points, 5.9 rebounds, 6.1 assists, 1.6 steals and has shot 37.5% from the three-point line.

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With other young players stepping up into bigger roles on Charlotte’s roster this year, the Hornets have turned themselves into a great organization and a team with plenty of potential moving forward. After not making a move at the trade deadline this year, the Hornets are expected to have just under $30M in cap space to play around with, which means they may finally be able to get a high-level frontcourt talent.

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After being rumored to be targeting Lakers’ center Montrezl Harrell ahead of the deadline and with Los Angeles expected to keep newly signed center Andre Drummond past this season, could the Hornets look to trade for the reigning Sixth-Man of the Year?

Harrell could be a major addition and upgrade from Cody Zeller in the frontcourt for Charlotte, so what will it take to potentially acquire the Lakers’ big man? Let’s take a look at what the Hornets would have to potentially give up to acquire Montrezl Harrell this coming offseason.

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RICK ADELMAN [Coach] – Adelman coached in the NBA for more than three decades, compiling an overall head coaching record of 1042-749 (.582). His teams reached the playoffs in 16 of his 23 seasons at the helm and he led the Portland Trail Blazers to two NBA Finals (1990, 1992). Adelman ranks ninth all-time in NBA career wins, including two 60-win seasons and 11 50-win seasons. He reached 200 wins in Cheap Jerseys Basketball just 288 games, a record at the time. Adelman is a three-time NBA All-Star Game head coach (1991, 2001, 2003). He coached several Hall of Fame players including Clyde Drexler, Tracy McGrady, Yao Ming, Dikembe Mutombo, Chris Mullin and Drazen Petrovic.

CHRIS BOSH [Player] – Bosh is an 11-time NBA All-Star (2006-2016) and a two-time NBA Champion with the Miami Heat (2012, 2013). In 13 NBA seasons, he averaged 19.2 points and 8.5 rebounds per game. Drafted by the Toronto Raptors, he was a member of the NBA All-Rookie Team in 2003-2004. As a collegiate athlete at Georgia Tech, Bosh earned ACC Rookie of the Year in 2003. As a high school standout in 2002, Bosh was named Texas Mr. Basketball and a McDonald’s All-American, while leading Lincoln High to a state and national championship with a 40-0 record. On the international stage, Bosh won an Olympic gold medal in 2008.

MICHAEL COOPER [Player] – Cooper is a five-time NBA Champion with the Showtime Los Angeles Lakers (1980, 1982, 1985, 1987, 1988) and is best known for his defensive contributions to an offensively gifted team. He earned NBA All-Defensive First Team honors five times (1982, 1984, 1985, 1987, 1988) and was named NBA Defensive Player of the Year in 1987. In 1986, he collected the J. Walter Kennedy Citizen Award for outstanding service in his community. He played one season for Virtus Roma, where he received the Italian All-Star Game MVP in 1991. As a collegiate athlete at University of New Mexico, Cooper was named a USBWA First Team All-American.

TIM HARDAWAY [Player] – A 2000 Olympic Gold Medalist, Hardaway played 13 NBA seasons scoring a total of 15,373 points while averaging more than 20 points per game for four consecutive seasons. He is the 1990 recipient of the Jack McMahon Award for most inspirational player and a 1997 All-NBA First Team selection. He currently ranks 18th in NBA history with 7,095 career assists. The Chicago native was a member of the men’s basketball team at the University of Texas at El Paso (1985-1989) and is known for making his signature move – the “UTEP Two-step” – famous in 1989, the same year he was named WAC Player of the Year.

MARQUES JOHNSON [Player] – Johnson is a five-time NBA All-Star (1979-81, 1983, 1986) and a member of the 1978 NBA All-Rookie First Team and the 1979 All-NBA First Team. He was also named the NBA Comeback Player of the Year in 1986. In 11 NBA seasons, he averaged 20.1 points and 7.0 rebounds per game. As a student-athlete at UCLA under the direction of Hall of Famer John Wooden, Johnson was a member of an NCAA national championship team (1975). In 1977, he was named Pac-8 Player of the Year and the consensus National Collegiate Player of the Year. Johnson has been inducted into the Collegiate Basketball Hall of Fame (2013).

PAUL PIERCE [Player] – Pierce is a 10-time NBA All-Star (2002-06, 2008-2012) and 2008 NBA Champion with the Boston Celtics. In 2008, he was named NBA Finals Most Valuable Player. After 19 seasons in the NBA, Pierce ranks ninth all-time in free throws made and three-point field goals made, as well as 19th all-time in NBA scoring with 26,397 points. Drafted by the Celtics, Pierce was named a member of the NBA All-Rookie First Team in 1999. As a Kansas Jayhawk, he was a unanimous First Team All-American in 1998. With Inglewood High, Pierce was named California Mr. Basketball and a McDonald’s All-American in 1995. His number 34 is retired by the Boston Celtics and Kansas Jayhawks.

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Former No. 1 overall pick LaRue Martin is a perfect example of how the draft process in sports can be a crapshoot.

The Portland Trail Blazers used the top pick on Martin in 1972, one selection before the then-Buffalo Braves drafted Bob McAdoo. Martin never panned out in the NBA, and McAdoo became a Hall of Fame big man and Los Angeles Lakers standout.

Although his NBA career Basketball Jerseys didn’t work out, Martin found a much better path with the United Parcel Service, or UPS.

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Born in Chicago, LaRue Martin stayed close to home and signed with Loyola University.

Martin blossomed with the Ramblers, averaging 16.6 points and 14.4 rebounds during the 1969-70 season. A double-double threat every night, Martin averaged 18.2 points and 15.9 rebounds in 67 career games.

Through Dec. 24, 2020, no player in school history has more rebounds than the 1,062 that Martin grabbed at Loyola.

LaRue Martin never panned out in the NBA

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The Portland Trail Blazers found themselves infatuated with LaRue Martin for reasons beyond just his play.

The 1972 NBA draft has been linked to controversy for years because of allegations that some of the draft’s top prospects, including Bob McAdoo, had been drafted and signed with teams in the rival American Basketball Association.

In that regard, Portland viewed Martin as the safe pick and used the No. 1 overall pick on him. Martin may have been the smart pick from a contract standpoint, but he became one of the biggest busts in league history.

Martin averaged 5.3 points and 4.6 rebounds in five seasons with the Trail Blazers. McAdoo and Julius Erving, the 12th overall pick who later joined the NBA after playing in the ABA, made the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame.

Portland hasn’t had much luck with their No. 1 overall picks since taking Martin. Bill Walton struggled with injuries and the less said about Greg Oden, the better.