The Hornets prioritized versatility in last night's draft

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The Hornets prioritized versatility in last night's draft
The Hornets prioritized versatility in last night's draft

Last night's draft was full of unexpected trades and head scratching selections. Cameron Johnson went eleventh overall to the Suns, Bol Bol fell to the 44th pick, and I still don't know which teams actually get half of last night's selections after all the trades. But through all the mess, the Charlotte Hornets provided some clarity on their direction. There's a common thread shared by all three of the Hornets draft selections, they are versatile. They know how to play good basketball on both ends of the court. P.J. Washington, Cody Martin, and Jalen McDaniels are all above average passers for their position. Martin played point forward for the Nevada Wolfpack as a senior and averaged 5.7 assists

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