Charlotte Hornets point guard Kemba Walker (15) protests a call during the first quarter of Friday’s game at Boston. The Hornets led the Celtics by as much as 18 points but fell 90-87 at TD Garden and ended up going winless on this four-game road trip.
Charlotte Hornets point guard Kemba Walker (15) protests a call during the first quarter of Friday’s game at Boston. The Hornets led the Celtics by as much as 18 points but fell 90-87 at TD Garden and ended up going winless on this four-game road trip. Michael Dwyer AP
Charlotte Hornets point guard Kemba Walker (15) protests a call during the first quarter of Friday’s game at Boston. The Hornets led the Celtics by as much as 18 points but fell 90-87 at TD Garden and ended up going winless on this four-game road trip. Michael Dwyer AP

The Hornets began impressively Friday. Here’s how they failed the ‘closer’ test.

November 10, 2017 11:37 PM

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