It hasn't been the best of decades for the Charlotte Hornets.
In a decade that started as the Charlotte Bobcats and finished as the Hornets, Charlotte only had three playoff appearances, with two of them being the Bobcats.
Overall, Charlotte finishes the decade with a dismal 341-463 record.
With the decade at an end, here is a look at the 2010-2019 Charlotte Bobcats/Hornets All-Decade Team.
Is there any question here? Walker joined the Boston Celtics this past summer, but finished his tenure with the team as the franchise's all-time leading scorer and arguably the best player in team history.
Jackson only spent two seasons in Charlotte, but he made a big impact while here.
Charlotte hasn’t had hardly any good power forwards this decade, which leaves Williams as the best one.
Jefferson is the best free-agent signing Charlotte has ever had.
This could be Jeremy Lamb, but Henderson’s longevity and impact on the franchise this decade was better.
A lot of people aren’t fans of Batum due to the huge contract in 2016, but some forget how pivotal of a role he played during the team’s 2015 playoff appearance.
Diaw’s tenure with the Bobcats didn’t end in the best way, basically forcing himself out of Charlotte after basically refusing to play, but he was a pivotal part of Charlotte’s playoff run in 2010.
Zeller isn’t a star by any means, but he’s been the most consistent center that Charlotte has had this decade.