Malik Monk said he believes the Hornets want him to play some PG at the NBA level.
"I think they want me to do both," Monk said. "I think I can do it pretty good." Monk added that he will thrive next to Kemba Walker because he thinks the All-Star PG plays similar to his Kentucky teammate De'Aaron Fox. The Hornets don't have great depth behind Kemba with only Michael Carter-Williams on the roster, but we'd like Monk a lot more if the Hornets move Nicolas Batum back up to SF to open up more backcourt minutes. Unless that happens, Monk may have a tough time making an immediate fantasy impact.