Martin tallied six points (2-7 FG, 1-3 3Pt, 1-1 FT), four rebounds, four assists and one block in 24 minutes during Wednesday's 113-108 victory over Brooklyn.
Martin saw additional run Wednesday with a number of the regular rotational pieces on the sidelines. He is yet to carve out a consistent role for the Hornets but is typically able to provide nice energy off the bench. He is not worth picking up right now, however, those in deeper formats could keep an eye on things as the Hornets may soon elect to go primarily with their youth.
Martin was assigned to the G League on Monday.
Martin hasn't seen much playing time with the Hornets recently, tallying just 19 minutes across the team's past 11 games. He's appeared in five games for Greensboro this season and is averaging 18.4 points, 8.2 rebounds, 4.6 assists and 2.0 steals in 35.5 minutes per game.
Martin was recalled from the G League for Sunday's game against Atlanta, Rick Bonnell of The Charlotte Observer reports.
Martin hasn't seen NBA action since Nov. 27 but will rejoin the Hornets for Sunday's contest. The 24-year-old found some time in the rotation early on this season and is averaging 2.9 points, 2.3 rebounds and 1.1 assists in 11.8 minutes, but he'll likely make a return to Greensboro given the team is currently in good health.
Martin accounted for 30 points (10-18 FG, 6-11 3Pt, 3-3 FT), eight rebounds, five assists, a steal and a block in 36 minutes during Friday's loss to Lakeland.
Although the Swarm weren't able to close, Martin managed to drop a season-best 30 points as well as a well-rounded line. Since he's the closest to earning a regular NBA role, Martin's seen action in just four G-League games this season, averaging 18.0 points, 8.0 rebounds, 5.3 assists and 1.8 steals in 34.7 minutes in those appearances.
Martin was assigned to the G League on Thursday.
Martin will return to Greensboro after spending just one day with the big club. In three games with the Swarm this season, Martin is averaging 14.0 points, 8.0 rebounds, 5.3 assists and 2.0 steals in 34.3 minutes.
The Hornets recalled Martin from the G League's Greensboro Swarm on Wednesday.
The rookie has been included in the Hornets' rotation for much of the season, but Nicolas Batum's recent return from a fractured finger has resulted in Martin's role declining. Batum experienced some left hand discomfort coming out of Monday's loss to the Suns but is expected to play Wednesday versus the Warriors, so Martin shouldn't be expected to see meaningful minutes even though he's back with the parent club.
Martin finished with 18 points (8-12 FG, 0-2 3Pt, 1-1 FT), nine rebounds, four assists and three steals in 34 minutes during Sunday's loss to the Go-Go.
Martin just missed out on his first double-double of the season in Sunday's efficient scoring effort. The rookie guard's seen action in just two G-League games this season and is averaging 14.5 points, 8.5 rebounds, 5.0 assists and 2.5 steals across 33.6 minutes in those two contests. Off all Greensboro's players, Martin's the closest to establishing a consistent role for Charlotte as he's played in 16-of-21 games for the parent club.
Martin supplied 11 points (5-10 FG, 1-5 3Pt), eight rebounds, six assists and two steals in 33 minutes during Friday's win over the Go-Go.
Martin impressed in his first G-League game, leading the Swarm in assists and finishing second on the team in rebounding. His role in Charlotte's declined recently as the rookie's averaging just 5.6 minutes over his last five games, which could indicate that he'll be seeing more time for Greensboro going forward.
Martin was assigned to the G League on Friday.
Martin was also sent to Greensboro last weekend, but it was a quick stay since he was only with the team for one practice. The rookie second-round pick is averaging only 5.6 minutes over his last five games, so he could be in for a longer trip this time around.
Martin was recalled from the G League on Sunday.
Martin was assigned to Greensboro earlier Sunday so he could practice with the team, but he'll now return to the parent club. The 24-year-old has seen limited action recently with only 17 total minutes across the last five games.
Martin was assigned to the G League on Sunday, Rod Boone of The Athletic reports.
Martin has fallen out of the rotation recently, playing a total of 17 minutes over the last five games. The rookie second-round pick averaged 5.7 points, 4.3 rebounds, 2.3 assists and 1.3 steals in 21.3 minutes over the previous six games, so he could certainly finds his way back into the rotation at some point. For now, Marin will join Greensboro in the G League.
Martin had seven points (2-6 FG, 0-2 3Pt, 3-6 FT), six rebounds, five assists, and three steals in 26 minutes during Friday's 109-106 victory over Detroit.
Martin continues to impress on both ends of the floor, earning himself meaningful minutes during Friday's win. The coaching staff loves his energy on both ends of the floor and while that may not always translate into statistical production, it appears he is going to get a nice opportunity. He is unlikely to be a standard league player anytime soon, although, the steals are nice. Those in deeper formats should keep an eye on him to see if he can build on his recent strong play.
Martin managed nine points (4-7 FG, 0-2 3Pt, 1-2 FT), three rebounds, two assists and two steals in 21 minutes during Saturday's 115-110 loss to the Pelicans.
Martin finished with a career high scoring total and has logged double-digit minutes in three straight games, combining for 70 minutes during this recent stretch. He had seen single-digit minutes in four of his first five appearances while combining for 32 minutes, so Martin has clearly been more involved lately.
Martin was assigned to the G League on Thursday.
Martin has appeared in all but one of the Hornets' games this season, and he saw a career-high 33 minutes during Tuesday's two-point win over Indiana, posting 11 rebounds, three assists and a steal. He may move back and forth between the NBA and the G League for much of the season.
Martin missed both his shot attempts from the field but contributed 11 rebounds, three assists and one steal in 33 minutes Tuesday in the Hornets' 122-120 overtime win over the Pacers.
The rookie's performance came out of nowhere, as he had received exactly 33 minutes in the Hornets' first six games before matching that total entirely as coach James Borrego rode the bench heavily in the comeback win. Considering the Nevada product was regarded mainly as a scorer and creator coming out of college, he probably won't represent an appealing rebounds streamer even if he begins seeing a more consistent role off the bench.
Martin has averaged 1.6 points and 1.2 rebounds in 6.4 minutes per game in his first five games this season.
Martin played 17 minutes in his NBA debut back on Oct. 25 but has tallied 15 total minutes in the last four games. While playing every game since his debut, Martin seems to be buried at the bottom of the bench, so he shouldn't have any sort of upside going forward unless he starts seeing more meaningful minutes.
Martin (ankle) will be available for Wednesday's game against the Bulls.
Martin tweaked his ankle earlier in training camp, but he was spotted running full-court drills in practice Friday and has since been given the green light. He's not expected to make much of an impact, however, considering his current role in the rotation.
Martin (ankle) was spotted participating in full-court drills Friday night, Rick Bonnell of The Charlotte Observer reports.
Martin has been sidelined with a right ankle sprain, but it's good to see that he's running the floor, even during a practice setting. He'll be considered questionable for Wednesday's regular-season opener Wednesday against Chicago.
Martin (ankle) is out for Wednesday's exhibition contest against Detroit.
It appeared as though Martin would be able to play in the preseason finale Thursday after being sidelined for over a week with a sprained right ankle. The Hornets had other plans though. The rookie's injury will likely not carry over into the regular season, bearing any additional injuries.
Martin (ankle) is now listed as probable for Wednesday's preseason game against the Pistons, Rod Boone of The Athletic reports.
Martin has been sidelined for the last week or so with a sprained right ankle, but it looks like the rookie will finally be good to go in what should be a prime opportunity to showcase his talents before the start of the regular season. Barring any injuries, Martin is expected to play depth role in the Hornets' backcourt this season.
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