Michael Jordan is “The Greatest Player in Basketball History“ and in my opinion “The Single Greatest Athlete of All Time”. He is the “Embodiment of Elegance” and the “Personification of Professionalism”.
On this week’s episode of QCB Unleashed, QCB talks with Church Boy from Power 98′s Morning Maddhouse about the significance of the Charlotte Bobcats changing back to the Hornets.
LAS VEGAS (AP) Charlotte is the home of the Hornets once again.
The NBA unanimously approved Charlotte’s nickname change from Bobcats to Hornets on Thursday at the league’s Board of Governors meeting. The original Hornets built a supportive fan base in Charlotte from the time they entered the league in 1988 until they moved to New Orleans in 2002.
On The Beat With Brett Jensen Hour 2 7-18-13: Charlotte’s first big star, Kelly Trupicka, sits in studio with Brett Jensen to discuss what the Hornets meant to him and what it was like playing in the Queen City.
On The Beat With Brett Jensen Hour 1 7-18-13: Charlotte Hornets legend Kelly Tripucka sits in studio with Brett Jensen to discuss the old days of when the Hornets were the biggest thing to ever hit Charlotte.
Mac Attack: 07/18/13: Former Charlotte Hornets guard Rex Chapman called the show this morning to share his memories of playing at the Hive, the return of the name to the city, and the celebration tonight at the epicenter that he will be a part of.
WFNZ will be broadcasting LIVE from noon – 7 PM at BUZZ CITY, a Charlotte Hornets inspired party at Alive After Five on Thursday, July 18th at the Epicentre in Uptown Charlotte.
First and foremost, rest in PEACE to James Gandolfini aka “Tony Soprano” who passed away of a heart attack at 51. He was a transcendent American figure who was taken way too early from this world. Hands down, The Sopranos was one of the epic shows in television history.
Spencer Percy of ESPN’s Queen City Hoops blog joins Lewis to break down the Clifford hire, talk trade rumors and look forward to the 2013 NBA Draft. Should we be concerned about Steve Clifford’s lack of NBA head coaching experience? What will associate head coach Patrick Ewing add to the organization? Would trading for DaMarcus Cousins or Chris Bosh be a smart move? And if the Bobcats can’t trade their draft pick, who is the best case scenario at 4th?
First and foremost, it’s not financially responsible. Bosh makes $61.7 million over the next three years of his deal. Even if the Bobcats amnesty Tyrus Thomas, paying Bosh $20M per year is going to clog a salary cap they’ve been working diligently to clean up. Is Bosh worth a third of the cap, every year? Doubtful. He’s on a four year streak where his scoring and rebounding have declined each season.