Charlotte Hornets Tickets
About Charlotte Hornets
The Charlotte Hornets are an American basketball team based in Charlotte, North Carolina. This team has had their ups and downs but always managed to stay on the radar of being a top competitor. Grab your teal and grey and be one of the thousands of fans ready to cheer them on. Get your cheap Charlotte Hornets tickets before they sell out!
The Charlotte Hornets were established in 1988. In 2002, the team relocated to New Orleans and became the New Orleans Pelicans. The team returned to being the Charlotte Hornets in 2014 when the team re-branded once again. Despite their relatively new status in the NBA, the Hornets have found success and carry a dedicated group of fans who show up to the Spectrum Center in masses to cheer the team on. There is nothing quite like the atmosphere at a Hornets game: the energy of the crowd and the pace of the game is something that must be experienced in person. The Hornets recently came under the ownership of NBA icon Michael Jordan, who helped change the Charlotte Bobcats to the Charlotte Hornets. Under the new leadership of MJ, the Hornets are on their way to becoming major contenders in the NBA. Be sure to catch current NBA greats Kemba Walker and Dwight Howard run the court. Get your cheap tickets here now before all the great seats sell out!
The rivalry between the Hornets and Miami Heat has been ongoing for years. When Lebron James joined the Heat in the 2010-2011 season, he helped contribute to 15 wins against the Hornets. But since then, the competition has been fairly even with both teams bringing their A-game to each match. They know they have something to prove and put their skills to the test. The Boston Celtics also is a top competitor to the Hornets. These two teams have each had their major wins and losses, but when put up against each other they always have an intense game.
The Spectrum center is an arena located in Uptown Charlotte, North Carolina. The venue opened in October 2005. Previous names for this arena include the Charlotte Bobcats Arena and the Time Warner Cable Arena. A new scoreboard was installed the summer of 2016 and cost $7 million. The Spectrum Center has made recent changes to the venue to be more environmentally friendly. Changes include conserving water usage through low flow adapters, utilizing low voltage control systems to control energy, and using earth-friendly plates, bowls, napkins, and utensils within the food service.
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