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This isn’t a good sign for Aaron’s chances in Charlotte…

Aaron Harrison made the most out of his opportunity with the Charlotte Hornets in the Summer League, but unfortunately, it may all be for naught. Word just broke that guard Jeremy Lin will sign with the Hornets, which is not a great sign for Aaron since it would make him the fourth point guard on the roster.

Ugh. If Charlotte doesn’t keep him on, hopefully he’s proved himself enough to land somewhere else. Never count Aaron out.

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10 Comments for This isn’t a good sign for Aaron’s chances in Charlotte…

  1. Realty Says
    10:15 pm July 8, 2015 Permalink

    D-league bound. Then Europe in 2 years.

  2. Big Blue Mist
    10:41 pm July 8, 2015 Permalink

    He can’t play in the NBA. He can’t guard a folding chair and he has no quickness. Also, can’t shoot. He will make a very nice living in Europe.

    • Ben
      11:34 pm July 8, 2015 Permalink



      Thanks for the laugh, chum!

  3. Leuther
    10:49 pm July 8, 2015 Permalink

    Aaron, his brother, and Dakari should have all stayed in school…

    11:18 pm July 8, 2015 Permalink

    Coming from a DIE hard Laker fan who lives in LA. Also a DIE hard UK hoops fan. Aaron is better than Jeremy Lin, I’ve watched them both play a lot. Charlotte will find out ….

    • Tony Montana
      12:08 am July 9, 2015 Permalink

      What?! Aaron is better than Jermey Lin? Thats gotta be the stupidest thing I’ve read in one of these comments ever on this site and that includes all the Louisville related comments. Lin has sooo much more experience than Aaron. Aaron has played in exactly 0 regular season NBA games, while Lin has years under his belt along with alot of Playoff experience. I would think at this age Aaron has more potential and I would be disappointed if he doesnt land with a team, I feel he’s a whole lot better than people give him credit for….I’m not a Jeremy Lin fan at all, but Aaron cant hang with him. (not yet anyway)

  5. Kyblue34
    12:17 am July 9, 2015 Permalink

    I don’t understand why he has to be a point guard or why any team would want him to be point guard? He has no experience at it. He’s taller than most SGs and even some SFs in the league. No offense to Aaron, but he will never make an NBA roster as a point guard. Could you imagine him trying to matchup against Wall or Curry? Laughable!

    • Kyblue34
      12:46 am July 9, 2015 Permalink

      Another year in school would not have helped Andrew or Aaron. I don’t really see them getting much better than they already are. In fact I think it would hurt them as Ulis and Briscoe are just simply better players and would take their minutes. Plus, we would not have gotten Murray. I agree on Dakari, and think he is still relatively raw and has a lot of room to improve, and another year under Cal would have done him good.

  6. Karen Ryan
    11:38 am July 9, 2015 Permalink

    First off Aaron Harrison is not a point guard. Andrew is. You evidently don’t know basketball. Also, I love how envious everyone is of UK, that they push for us to fail. #BBNFOREVER.

  7. HateHateHate
    11:59 am July 9, 2015 Permalink

    Jeremy Lin is garbage… This is why the Charlotte Bobcats/Hornets suck ass.