Charlotte Hornets NBA Schedule
If you are a basketball fan and want to see some of the best NBA games around, StubHub can help you get the best Charlotte Hornets tickets to all of the team's games. Based in Charlotte, North Carolina, the Hornets franchise was established in 1998 as an expansion team and the side has since gone on to host some of the sport's finest players. Great NBA players like Larry Johnson, Robert Parish, Alonzo Mourning, Anthony Mason, Vlade Divac, Muggsy Bogues, Kemba Walker and Dell Curry (who is the father of current NBA stars Stephen and Seth Curry). However, despite having these NBA greats don the Hornets shirt, the side from North Carolina is yet to win any major trophies and are waiting for their first Division title, Conference title and, the biggest prize of all, NBA Finals victory. Can the Charlotte Hornets upset the giants of the NBA like the LA Lakers or Golden State Warriors? Buy and sell Hornets tickets and find out for yourself.
Charlotte Hornets history
The Hornets were known as the Charlotte Bobcats between 2004 and 2014. Some of its players have been awarded several prizes and recognitions. Bobby Phillips – in his 1997-2000 tenure with the Hornets -- set such a strong imprint in the collective memory of the team's fan base, that his number – 13 – was retired after his death in an automobile accident. Michael Jordan acquired the team in 2009 with hopes that his involvement would help bring investor interest in the team. However, the subsequent effects of his acquisition were not immediately felt as the team's poor results were uppermost in most people's minds.
In 2014, they became the New Hornets and they had a very unstable period. 2014 was their first year as the Charlotte Hornets and they are willing to turn things around in this new period that just started. Buy your Hornets tickets today and get ready for a unique opportunity to see this team's shot at glory!
Spectrum Center - home of the Charlotte Hornets
With your Charlotte Hornets NBA tickets you can watch the side play at their impressive home arena - the Spectrum Center. Built in 2005, the indoor arena has a capacity of just over 19,000 for Hornets games and can be expanded to over 20,000 for college basketball games. Located in the city center, the basketball arena replaced the Charlotte Coliseum, the previous home of the Hornets. As well as hosting NBA games, the Spectrum Center is also one of the main music venues for Charlotte and has hosted concerts by Justin Timberlake, Sam Smith and Taylor Swift