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  • Charlotte Hornets' Malik Monk looks ahead to upcoming NBA season

    2017 first round draft pick discuses his comeback from injury, being underestimated, and having confidence in himself in his rookie pro season.

Charlotte Hornets' Malik Monk looks ahead to upcoming NBA season

2017 first round draft pick discuses his comeback from injury, being underestimated, and having confidence in himself in his rookie pro season.
David T. Foster III dtfoster@charlotteobserver.com