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All-Star Kemba Walker uncertain about his Hornets future


Walker, Hornets keep playoff push going, beat Cavs 124-97


Walker-led Hornets top Pistons 104-91, holding playoff hopes


Mitchell, Gobert help Jazz withstand Walker’s 47 points


Warriors beat Hornets 137-90, clinch Pacific Division crown


James, Caldwell-Pope shoot Lakers past Hornets, 129-115


Walker powers Hornets past Spurs 125-116 in overtime


Lamb hits winning 3, Hornets down Raptors 115-114


Walker sparks late rally, Hornets beat Boston 124-117


Houston extends streak to 9 games with win over Hornets


Antetokounmpo powers Bucks past Hornets for 50th win


Lakers' Ingram out for season with deep venous thrombosis


Kelly Olynyk, Hassan Whiteside lead Heat over Hornets, 91-84


Hood breaks out of slump, lifts Blazers past Hornets, 118-108


Russell’s 40 points lift Nets to 117-115 win over Hornets


Hornets switch lineup, roll past Wizards, 123-110


Team LeBron rallies to beat Team Giannis, 178-164


All-Star game marks latest milestone for Michael Jordan


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