At 12:41 pm EST, with approximately 2 hours left before the NBA’s trade deadline, the Charlotte Observer’s Rick Bonnell broke the news that the Charlotte Bobcats completed a deal with the Milwaukee Bucks that saw Charlotte acquiring Luke Ridnour and Gary Neal and the Cats sending Ramon Sessions and Jeff Adrien to Milwaukee. Charlotte has two new players to embrace so I thought a brief introduction was in order
In anticipation of his own bobblehead night, Dell Curry discussed the Bobcats, his wife’s impression of the bobblehead, Bobcats trade rumors including Evan Turner and appearing in the Shooting Stars Competition at the All-Star game.
Bobcats Executive Vice Pres. Pete Guelli Talks About The “New” Charlotte Hornets. Pete talks about the process the Bobcats went through in order to make the switch back to the Hornets.
Head coach of the Charlotte Bobcats, Steve Clifford, joins Mac and Jim, a day after the Bobcats held on to knock off the Toronto Raptors.
Aside from a few national radio hosts, everyone that knows anything about the Queen City is happy that the Hornets name is back & the logo has been revealed. Len Martez & Colin Hoggard discuss […]
In anticipation of revealing the Hornets new logo on Saturday, the Bobcats president talks to Mac and Jim.
2013 was a great year to be a sports fan in Charlotte! From the Carolina Panthers’ winning season & hopefully NFL Playoff run to the Charlotte Hornets name and identity coming back to the Queen City, there have been many story lines from the past year to make any Charlottean proud to root for the home team. Check out our Top 10 stories from this year, and then let us know what your big sports stories are from 2013!
The Charlotte Bobcats announced today that the organization will introduce the brand identity of the Charlotte Hornets during halftime of the first Buzz City Night on Dec. 21 vs. the Utah Jazz. The Dec. 21 Buzz City Night is driven by Mercedes-Benz and will include Mercedes-Benz sponsoring a Buzz City long-sleeve T-shirt giveaway to the first 10,000 fans in attendance.
Why the Sports Guy is driving me out of my mind.
Charlotte Bobcats owner Michael Jordan says his team will use purple and teal as its primary colors when it changes its name to the Hornets next season.