Kaminsky stays hot, Hornets top Hawks 105-90

Nicolas Batum and Kemba Walker each had 16 points and the Charlotte Hornets handed the slumping Atlanta Hawks their fourth straight loss, 105-90

Charlotte Hornets' Marvin Williams (2) reacts after a

Charlotte Hornets' Marvin Williams (2) reacts after a dunk against the Atlanta Hawks during the second half of an NBA basketball game in Charlotte, N.C., Monday, March 20, 2017. The Hornets won 105-90. (AP Photo/Chuck Burton) (Credit: AP)

(AP) -- Hornets second-year forward Frank Kaminsky said his biggest problem on the court has been letting go of the past.

"I'm always thinking through stuff, and it's hard to get over things," Kaminsky said. "When you miss four of five shots early in the season, it's hard. I was getting down on myself."

But not anymore.

Nicolas Batum and Kemba Walker each had 16 points and increasingly...

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