Printable Charlotte Hornets schedule for 2020-21 NBA season
Printable Hornets Schedule 2020-21
With a 23-43 record last season, the Hornets was far and away (10 games) from making the NBA Playoffs. The Hornets haven’t been to the playoffs since the 2016 season.
There’s hope in North Carolina this season as the Hornets brought in two exciting players that may lead to a playoff berth for the 2020-21 season. First they signed Gordon Hayward – a former all-star and measured playmaker that still has a lot left in the tank. Then the Hornets drafted LaMelo Ball with the third pick in the NBA draft.
They’ll require more than those two players, but when it comes down to it, the NBA is about the best players on the team — so the Charlotte Observer recently posed the question: can Hayward and LaMelo lead the Hornets in the playoffs this season?
Charlotte Hornets TV Schedule 2020-21
The Eastern Conference is more competitive than it’s been in the last decade, but we think those additions plus returning players Mikal Bridges , Devonte Graham, Terry Rozier, PJ Washington, and Cody Zeller is a solid core of players that can make a push once the the NBA schedule is kicks off.
The Hornets first hame is on December 23rd and we have their schedule below as well as when Charlotte will be on ABC, ESPN, NBATV and TNT.
|Wed||Dec 23||@ Cleveland||7:00 PM||–|
|Sat||Dec 26||vs Oklahoma City||7:00 PM||–|
|Sun||Dec 27||vs Brooklyn||7:00 PM||NBATV|
|Wed||Dec 30||@ Dallas||8:30 PM||–|
|Wed||Jan 1||vs Memphis||7:00 PM||–|
|Thu||Jan 2||@ Philadelphia||7:00 PM||–|
|Sat||Jan 4||@ Philadelphia||7:00 PM||–|
|Mon||Jan 6||@ Atlanta||7:30 PM||–|
|Wed||Jan 8||@ New Orleans||7:30 PM||ESPN|
|Thu||Jan 9||vs Atlanta||7:00 PM||–|
|Sat||Jan 11||vs New York||7:00 PM||–|
|Mon||Jan 13||vs Dallas||7:00 PM||–|
|Tue||Jan 14||@ Toronto||7:30 PM||–|
|Thu||Jan 16||@ Toronto||7:30 PM||NBATV|
|Mon||Jan 20||vs Washington||7:00 PM||–|
|Wed||Jan 22||vs Chicago||7:00 PM||–|
|Fri||Jan 24||@ Orlando||6:00 PM||–|
|Sat||Jan 25||@ Orlando||7:00 PM||–|
|Mon||Jan 27||vs Indiana||7:00 PM||–|
|Wed||Jan 29||vs Indiana||7:00 PM||–|
|Thu||Jan 30||vs Milwaukee||7:00 PM||–|
|Sat||Feb 1||@ Miami||7:30 PM||–|
|Mon||Feb 3||vs Philadelphia||7:00 PM||–|
|Wed||Feb 5||vs Utah||7:00 PM||–|
|Fri||Feb 7||vs Portland||1:00 PM||–|
|Sat||Feb 8||vs Houston||7:00 PM||NBATV|
|Mon||Feb 10||@ Memphis||8:00 PM||–|
|Wed||Feb 12||vs Minnesota||7:00 PM||–|
|Fri||Feb 14||vs San Antonio||7:00 PM||–|
|Mon||Feb 17||vs Chicago||7:00 PM||–|
|Wed||Feb 19||vs Denver||7:00 PM||–|
|Thu||Feb 20||vs Golden State||7:00 PM||–|
|Sat||Feb 22||@ Utah||9:00 PM||–|
|Mon||Feb 24||@ Phoenix||9:00 PM||–|
|Wed||Feb 26||@ Golden State||10:00 PM||–|
|Fri||Feb 28||@ Sacramento||9:00 PM||–|
|Sun||Mar 1||@ Portland||10:30 PM||NBATV|
|Tue||Mar 3||@ Minnesota||8:00 PM||–|
With their roster, the Charlotte Hornets are looking to build on last season’s 0.354 winning percentage. They’ll debut against the Cleveland Cavs in their first game of the 2020-21 NBA season. From there they take on OKC Thunder and then the Brooklyn Nets, so they have a good opportunity to start off with a 2-1 record.
Print the Schedule for 2020-21
LaMelo may have to improve on his shot, but his passing has proven already to be must-watch TV. Add to that, most fans either are in love with him or hate him already. No doubt, the Hornets will be circled on opponents and fans schedule below: