Jeff Taylor is active to face the 76ers on Friday.
Jeff Taylor will be inactive on Wednesday.
Jeff Taylor's 24-game suspension for his involvement in a domestic violence case ended on Monday, but the Hornets don't plan on activating him immediately.
Despite the NBPA's willingness, Jeff Taylor will reportedly not appeal his 24-game suspension for his involvement in a domestic violence case.
The NBPA is set to file an appeal on Jeff Taylor's 24-game suspension for his involvement in a domestic violence case.
Jeff Taylor has been suspended 24 games without pay for his involvement in a domestic violence case.
Jeff Taylor pleaded guilty to a domestic violence charge in Michigan.
Jeff Taylor's pre-trial hearing on charges including domestic assault has been moved to Oct. 29, the same day the Hornets play their season opener.
Jeff Taylor is scheduled for a preliminary hearing on Tuesday in Michigan, where he faces multiple charges including assault and battery, domestic assault and malicious destruction of property.
General manager Rich Cho said on Monday the team was compelled to react quickly to Jeff Taylor's Thursday arrest.
NBPA executive director Michele Roberts warns team and league against taking hasty action Jeff Taylor's case.
The Hornets announced on Friday that Jeff Taylor will not be participating in any team activities following his Thursday arrest in Michigan.
Jeff Taylor faces up to a year in jail on charges of assault and battery, domestic violence, and malicious destruction of a building, all misdemeanors.
Jeff Taylor has been accused of assaulting his girlfriend and a hotel employee in East Lansing.