Charlotte Hornets

Charlotte Hornets may refer to several sports teams based in Charlotte, North Carolina:

  • Charlotte Hornets, a professional basketball team in the NBA that is today known as the New Orleans Hornets, but was based in Charlotte, North Carolina from 1988–2002, before relocating to New Orleans.
  • Charlotte Hornets (baseball), a minor league baseball team that was based in Charlotte, North Carolina (1901–1973)
  • Charlotte Hornets (WFL), a defunct World Football League team (1974–1975)

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List Of National Basketball Association Top Individual Game Scores
2 9. 50.4 11-28-1992 Reggie Miller at Charlotte Hornets 38 16-29 4-11 21-23 10. 50.0 3-24-1990 Tom Chambers vs Seattle SuperSonics 42 22-32 0-0 16-18 11. 49.8 4-29-1992 ...
Jerry Sichting - Professional Career - Portland Trail Blazers, Charlotte Hornets, Milwaukee Bucks - 1988–1990
... Trail Blazers during the 1988–89 season and then was traded to the Charlotte Hornets for his last full season ...
List Of Career Achievements By Michael Jordan - Triple-doubles
... Charlotte Hornets W 121-101 16. 01989-04-06April 6, 1989 at Detroit Pistons L 108-115 17. 01989-04-09April 9, 1989 at Atlanta Hawks L 100-108 40 10 ... Charlotte Hornets W 114-96 24. 01992-02-21February 21, 1992 at Atlanta Hawks W 103-88 25. 01992-12-09December 9, 1992 vs ... Philadelphia 76ers L 96-98 27. 01992-12-29December 29, 1992 at Charlotte Hornets W 114-103 28. 01993-01-15January 15, 1993 vs ...
World Football League - History - 1974 Season
... The Detroit Wheels were looking to move to Charlotte, North Carolina, and the Florida Blazers made overtures of bringing the first place club to Atlanta ... Storm's players were reportedly being fed by sympathetic local fans, while the Charlotte Hornets had their uniforms impounded for not paying a laundry ... a week later by the New York Stars, who relocated to Charlotte as the Charlotte Hornets ...

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