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|10/24/2014||Noah Vonleh, PF POR|
Marcus Morris, PF DET
Joakim Noah, C CHI
Tristan Thompson, C CLE
|Deron Williams, PG DAL|
Dwyane Wade, SG MIA
P.J. Tucker, SF PHO
Derrick Rose, PG CHI
|10/23/2014||Ben McLemore, SG SAC||Noah Vonleh, PF POR|
|10/21/2014||Noah Vonleh, PF POR|
Shabazz Muhammad, SF MIN
|Maurice Harkless, SF POR|
T.J. Warren, SF PHO
|Last 10 Games|
Report: Blazers to send Batum to Hornets for Henderson, Vonleh
|by Sean d'Oliveira | CBSSports.com|
|(6/24/15) The Trail Blazers are on the verge of finalizing a deal that would send forward Nicolas Batum to the Hornets, sources told Yahoo Sports.
In exchange for the Batum, the Blazers would receive guard Gerald Henderson and forward Noah Vonleh.
Batum went from averaging 13.0 points during the 2013-14 season to just 9.4 this past season. Henderson averaged 12.1 points in 80 games for the Hornets last season.
Hornets' Noah Vonleh notches career highs in points, rebounds in win
|by Ted Leshinski | Staff Writer|
|(4/12/15) Forward Noah Vonleh led the Hornets Sunday with both 16 points and 12 rebounds in a 116-77 loss to the Pistons.|
The rookie notched career highs in both points and rebounds in the loss.
Hornets rookie Noah Vonleh nearing more playing time
|by Brandon Wise | CBSSports.com|
|(1/27/15) Hornets rookie forward Noah Vonleh is getting closer and closer to more playing time. In addition to looking better in practice, coach Steve Clifford said Tuesday the big man could see more action with Bismack Biyombo and Marvin Williams both dealing with injuries.
"I think he’s getting there. Today was one of his best days," Clifford said after practice Tuesday. "It’s a big jump but I think he’s a great worker and a very serious player. He’s getting closer."
Vonleh said he's seeing a noticeable difference between how the college game is played and how things are in the pros.
"The speed of the game – being in the right spot defensively – is really important," Vonleh said. "The past few months I’ve been working hard in practice, picking things up watching games. I’ve been applying it playing 5-on-5 in practice. It’s really starting to pay off. Everybody is noticing I’m getting better with it."
Vonleh is ready and prepared when his time comes.
"I definitely think I’m more prepared. Listening to the vets and picking up the game. I think I’ll be ready when my name is called."
Hornets' Marvin Williams also dealing with broken nose
|by Sean d'Oliveira | CBSSports.com|
|(1/26/15) In addition to dealing with a concussion, the Hornets announced Monday forward Marvin Williams is also suffering from a broken nose.
Williams was injured during Saturday's game against the Knicks after sustaining an elbow to his face from Knicks forward Jason Smith. Williams must pass concussion protocol before he can return to the court. Rookie Noah Vonleh could see an increase in playing time if Williams remains sidelined.
The Hornets next play Wednesday at San Antonio.
Hornets' Vonleh will be recalled from D-League on Wednesday
|by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com|
|(12/30/14) The Hornets announced Tuesday they will recall forward Noah Vonleh from the NBA Development League prior to Wednesday's game against the Rockets. He will play for Fort Wayne on Tuesday before rejoining the Hornets roster Wednesday.
|As a potential rim-protector with 3-point range, Noah Vonleh's potential for Fantasy is extremely high. However, an abdominal injury that ultimately required surgery kept him off the floor for nearly all of his rookie season, and he wasn't very good when he did play. The Hornets moved him to Portland this offseason, and that landing spot makes him a pretty intriguing sleeper option if he can crack the rotation. The Trail Blazers aren't lacking for options, but it's also not like the likes of Meyers Leonard or Ed Davis are going to bury Vonleh if he shows signs of life. You probably won't want to invest anything more than a late-round draft pick in him in deeper formats, but Vonleh could be very useful if he gets an extended run.
(Updated 8/10/15) |
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