Sportsbooks don't view the Charlotte Hornets (25-51) as serious championship contenders, with +100000 odds to win it all in 2022-23 as they ready for a matchup on the road against the Oklahoma City Thunder on Tuesday, March 28 at 8:00 PM ET.

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Hornets NBA Championship Odds

Odds League Rank Payout
To Win the NBA Championship +100000 23rd Bet $100 to win $100000
To Make the Finals +50000 - Bet $100 to win $50000

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Hornets Standings Information

The Hornets would not qualify for the playoffs if the regular season ended today, as the No. 14 team in the Eastern Conference, 12.0 games behind the No. 10 Bulls.

Team Games Back
6 Brooklyn Nets 13.5
7 Miami Heat 13.5
8 Atlanta Hawks 16.5
9 Toronto Raptors 16.5
10 Chicago Bulls 17.0
11 Indiana Pacers 20.5
12 Washington Wizards 20.5
13 Orlando Magic 21.5
14 Charlotte Hornets 29.0
15 Detroit Pistons 37.0

Hornets Team Stats

  • The Hornets are 25-49 so far this season.
  • This year, the Hornets are 13-22 at home with a 12-27 record on the road.
  • The Hornets have won eight games (8-7) when playing as favorites, with 17 wins (17-42) when listed as underdogs.
  • As three-point (or fewer) favorites this season, the Hornets have registered a 4-6 record. They are 4-1 when favored by 3.5 points or more.
  • While the Hornets are victorious in only one game this season when playing as underdogs by three or fewer points (1-3), they are 16-39 when underdogs by three or more points.

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Hornets' Top Players

  • The Hornets leader in points and assists is Terry Rozier, who puts up 21.1 points per game to go with 5.1 assists.
  • Nick Richards leads Charlotte in rebounding, pulling down 6.3 boards per game while also scoring 8.0 points a contest.
  • Rozier leads the Hornets in three-point shooting, making an average of 2.6 shots per game from beyond the arc.
  • Dennis Smith Jr. is Charlotte's leader in steals, averaging 1.4 steals per game, while P.J. Washington leads them in blocks with 1.1 per contest.

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