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Hornets’ PJ Washington Medically Cleared

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Charlotte Hornets rookie PJ Washington has been medically cleared to do pretty much everything on the court, good news for the 21-year old and the Hornets.

“I’m pretty much cleared to do everything,” Washington said, according to Rck Bonnell of the Charlotte News Observer . “After summer league, it was about two weeks.”

“Pretty much everything: Finishing, shooting, pick-and-roll, pick-and-pop,” Washington reiterated. “All the reads.”

Washington had been recovering from ongoing pain in his left foot, which prevented him from participating in the 2019 Summer League.

Now, it’s all systems go for Washington.

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Kemba Walker Informs Hornets He Will Sign with Celtics

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The Boston Celtics may have lost Kyrie Irving in free agency, but they will be bringing in Charlotte Hornets point guard Kemba Walker to take his place.

According to the Charlotte Observer’s Rick Bonnell, Walker has told the Hornets that he pans to signed with the Celtics once free agency kicks off.

According to The Athletic’s Shams Charania, Walker will ink a four-year, $141 million contract with Boston.

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Hornets Decline Qualifying Offer for Frank Kaminsky

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The Charlotte Hornets are opting not to extend a qualifying offer to Frank Kaminsky, according to ESPN’s Adrian Wojanrowski.

With the loss of Kemba Walker and now with Kaminsky heading out the door, it seems to be a sinking ship in Charlotte.

Kaminsky wasn’t a big part of head coach James Borrego’s rotation, losing minutes as the season wore on, but he is expected to draw significant interest one he hits free agency.

Kaminsky averaged 8.6 points, 3.5 rebounds, and 1.3 assists last season for the Hornets.

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Kemba Walker Wants All Five Year Guaranteed with Hornets

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If the Charlotte Hornets are looking to get a deal done with pending free agent point guard Kemba Walker, they will have to meet his demands.

The Hornets have the financial advantage over all other teams, as they are the only team that can offer Walker at five-year deal worth $221 million, but may have to add something else to their offer to get a deal done.

According to the Charlotte Observer’s Rick Bonnell, Walker, 29, wants a full-guaranteed contract, including the fifth year in the deal.

If Walker makes it to free agency he will have a host of suitors, including the Dallas Mavericks, Boston Celtics, New York Knicks, and Los Angeles Lakers, among others.

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