Green notches triple-double, Warriors avenge loss to Hornets
Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry, left, celebrates with forward Draymond Green (23) during the first half of an NBA basketball game against the Charlotte Hornets in San Francisco, Friday, Feb. 26, 2021. Green notched his franchise-leading 25th career triple-double and first this season — dishing on each of Kelly Oubre's six first-quarter dunks as he finished with 27 points on a night seven Warriors reached double figures. Terry Rozier made an off-balance jumper from the left corner as time expired for a 102-100 win by the Hornets. AdThe Warriors have won three straight after having consecutive victories seven different times previously without winning a third in a row. Warriors: Golden State matched its longest home winning streak at three straight, also done from Jan. 25-30.
Jordan talks to Hornets about being uncomfortable, winning
CHARLOTTE, N.C. Michael Jordan helped build the Chicago Bulls into a winner as a player. Jordan took questions from players and spoke directly about the difference between what it takes to win in the regular season and the playoffs. Hornets center Cody Zeller said that was an important message for a young team to hear. Hornets guard Terry Rozier joked that after watching the Last Dance he probably would have got into a few fistfights with Jordan, too. One thing with being teammates with guys in this league is you have to learn who they are first.