Atlanta Hawks, Charlotte Hornets, Cleveland Cavaliers, Indiana Pacers, Los Angeles Lakers, Miami Heat, Philadelphia 76ers, Phoenix Suns, Toronto Raptors
Charlotte Hornets, Golden State Warriors, Los Angeles Lakers, Oklahoma City Thunder, Portland Trail Blazers
Charlotte Hornets, Denver Nuggets, Los Angeles Clippers, Memphis Grizzlies, Portland Trail Blazers, Sacramento Kings
Atlanta Hawks, Brooklyn Nets, Charlotte Hornets, Chicago Bulls, Denver Nuggets, Detroit Pistons, Indiana Pacers, Memphis Grizzlies, Miami Heat, Portland Trail Blazers, San Antonio Spurs
Charlotte Hornets, Denver Nuggets, Minnesota Timberwolves, New York Knicks, Orlando Magic, Philadelphia 76ers, San Antonio Spurs, Toronto Raptors
Al Jefferson, Anthony Tolliver, Ben Gordon, Bismack Biyombo, Brendan Haywood, Charlotte Hornets, Cody Zeller, Gerald Henderson, James Southerland, Jannero Pargo, Jeff Adrien, Jeffery Taylor, Josh McRoberts, Kemba Walker, Michael Kidd-Gilchrist, Ramon Sessions, Tyrus Thomas
There's no sugarcoating it: It's a bad list where star power is pretty much non-existent. Gerald Wallace, the only All-Star in franchise history, goes to No. 1.
Alonzo Mourning, Anthony Davis, Baron Davis, Charlotte Hornets, Chris Paul, David West, Draft, Larry Johnson, New Orleans Hornets
Adam Morrison, Charlotte Hornets, DJ Augustin, Draft, Emeka Okafor, Michael Kidd-Gilchrist, Raymond Felton
Charley Barkley said LeBron James could be better than Michael Jordan. Marc Narducci thinks he may have a point.