Charlotte Hornets considering returns of Kemba Walker and Isaiah Thomas

The Charlotte Hornets are thinking about some moves in free agency after having, at the moment only lost Miles Bridges. The player is still unrestricted, but the judicial problems of the last period undermine his future and will surely affect his next contract, assuming he does not end up in jail. According to Shams Charania, the Hornets would be considering a return of Kemba Walker, for years man-franchise in Charlotte and now about to leave Detroit via buyout.

In his last season in New York, Walker scored. 11.6 points on average. Another name circulating for Charlotte’s booth is that of. Isaiah Thomas, author of some decent performances in last season’s finale after a months-long ordeal between Lakers, Mavericks and the inability to find other NBA contracts. In 17 games, IT has maintained 8.3 points average.

The Hornets obviously have LaMelo Ball, immovable as the starting point guard, so they will have to consider whether to add these two profiles, just one of them or neither.

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