The Charlotte Hornets mourning for the departure of Kemba Walker has ended now that they have secured the landing of Terry Rozier to Queen City. Rozier decided to become a free agent following an overwhelming season with the Boston Celtics and now he’s arriving in a Hornets team with more doubts than certain after Walker’s departure.
According to Shams Charania of The Athletic, Rozier plans to agree to a 3-year, $58 million contract with the Hornets via sign-and-trade with all three years and the $58 million guaranteed for the guard.
It remains unclear what Charlotte is going to do after signing Rozier, but now they have more chances to land players after Kemba decided to reject the $170 million offer they placed earlier this week. As for Rozier, now is the time to prove his value with a team that will have plenty of things to figure ahead of next season.