Kobi Simmons

Charlotte Hornets #23 - Guard

  • Born: 07/04/97
  • Age: 24
  • Height: 6'5"
  • Weight: 170
  • Seasons: 2017

What to watch for from the Greensboro Swarm in the G League ‘bubble’


Hornets fans can find a multitude of ways to stake interest in the 2020-2021 NBA G League season

Greensboro Swarm announce roster for G League bubble


The Swarm begin play on Feb. 8 at the ESPN Wide World of Sports complex



The Nets are back up to 20 players in training camp, signing 6’3” guard Elie Okobo, who was cut by the Suns last month, and 6’7” small forward Kaiser Gates, a top G League player. The two players...

Highlights from the Hornets first couple days of camp


The Hornets have started their in-between season Gatorade Grind camp. Let’s check in.

List Of G Leaguers That Will Be Participating In In-Market NBA Team Camps


Here’s a list of G Leaguers from the 2019-20 season

Dear NBA Community: Let’s use standing reach as the gold standard for player height


It’s far more important to know how high a player can reach than what his height is. Join me in my crusade to start publicizing each players’ standing reach!

Grizz Verzuz Series Part II: OJ Mayo vs. Dillon Brooks


Battle of former All-Pac 12 performers and polarizing Grizzlies scorers

Video Game Week: Rebuilding the Charlotte Hornets on NBA 2K20


Real Mitch Kupchak > virtual Mitch Kupchak

Ranking Arizona basketball’s recruiting classes under Sean Miller

The Arizona Wildcats have perennially recruited at an elite level under Sean Miller, landing a top-10 class in nine of his 12 years at the helm, including the 2020 class. Which classes have been...

A look at Arizona basketball’s history of one-and-dones

The Arizona Wildcats had three freshmen enter the NBA Draft this year, the latest in a long string of one-and-dones for the program. They have had 11 players go that route since Jerryd Bayless...

Tracking Arizona’s roster turnover during the Sean Miller era

For the second time in three years, the Arizona Wildcats will have an entirely new starting lineup when the 2020-21 season tips off. In total, the Wildcats have lost 14 starters over the past three...

Potential free agency targets for the Hornets


I don’t care if it’s "too early" for this. I need basketball thoughts running through my brain.