Charlotte Hornets Summer League Preview


Jul 18, 2013; Las Vegas, NV, USA; Charlotte Bobcats Associate Head Coach Patrick Ewing is pictured during a timeout from an NBA Summer League game against the Memphis Grizzlies at the Thomas and Mack Center. Mandatory Credit: Stephen R. Sylvanie-USA TODAY Sports

Well the Charlotte Hornets Orlando Summer League roster has been announced and it is a good one in terms of college talent. Some noticeable players who are on it besides the players who are under contract already are Ralston Turner (N.C. State), Aaron Craft (Ohio State), and Aaron Harrison (Kentucky). These players will no doubt compete for a final roster spot on the Hornets and will add some depth hopefully at the guard position.

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Patrick Ewing will coach the team again like he has before. I have full faith in Ewing as a coach and I hope he lands a head coaching job some day. Take a look at the full Orlando Summer League roster below.

No.PlayerPos.Ht.Wt.BornPrior to NBA/Home CountryYrs Pro
24Justin BurrellF6-9  242  04/18/88     St. John’s/USAR
1Justin CobbsG6-3  190  03/16/91    California/USAR
34Aaron CraftG6-2  192  02/21/91    Ohio State/USAR
30Troy DanielsG6-4  204  07/15/91    Virginia Commonwealth/USA2
19P.J. HairstonG6-6  220  12/24/92    North Carolina/USA1
9Aaron HarrisonG6-6  209  10/28/94   Kentucky/USAR
4Frank KaminskyF/C7-0  242  04/04/93    Wisconsin/USAR
55Kevin MurphyG6-5  185  03/06/90    Tennessee Tech/USA1
41Brian QvaleC6-11  255  11/03/88    Montana/USAR
23Keith RendlemanF6-8  220  12/29/90    UNC Wilmington/USAR
10LaQuinton RossF6-8  220  11/18/91    Ohio State/USAR
21Ralston TurnerG6-6  205  09/22/91    North Carolina State/USAR
20Jonathan WallaceG6-2  195  05/16/86    Georgetown/USAR
16Alan WilliamsF/C6-8  261  01/28/93    UC Santa Barbara/USAR

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  • I expect to see Aaron Harrison make the Hornets roster and probably be a third string point guard. I expect to see Kaminsky, Hairston, and Daniels solidify themselves as depth on this team. These three players need to show the Hornets that they are ready for back up minutes and in Kaminsky’s case he needs to show that he may be ready to take over Zeller’s spot in the starting line up some time in the future.

    The Orlando Summer League is going to be a time for the players to show what they can do and if they belong on an NBA roster. I will be writing reviews of each game and will break down what I see in the future at the end of the Orlando Summer League. Go Hornets!

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