Time Warner Cable Arena
With a threat of rain, there will be no downpour of balloons.
Democratic officials are moving President Barack Obama’s convention speech Thursday indoors because of the possibility of severe weather.
There is something special going on in Charlotte and it’s not just happening at Mint & Morehead.
This past week a new proposal was presented to give the Charlotte Knights $8.5 million in city money to help build a new stadium uptown. As I heard this news, I thought, “Do we really need another stadium uptown?” Is this a good idea, or a shot in the dark to bring in a MLB franchise?
So last night I went to my first Bobcats game to see what all the fuss, or lack thereof, was this season. A few words came to mind as I watched the Bobcats taking on the Bulls: lackluster, uninspired and pathetic. So here is my recap of one of the worst basketball games I have ever seen.
The Charlotte Bobcats will host an NBA Draft Party on Thursday, June 23 beginning at 6:30 p.m. at Time Warner Cable Arena, and The Drive with Marc James & Taylor Zarzour will be broadcasting live from the arena from 3pm-7pm.
Time Warner Cable Arena, built by the City of Charlotte and operated by Bobcats Sports & Entertainment, is home of the NBA’s Charlotte Bobcats, the AHL’s Charlotte Checkers and is the city of Charlotte and surrounding area’s premier destination for top-rated concerts and events.
Charlotte Bobcats played the Miami Heat at Time Warner Cable Arena on January 3. The Heat defeated the Bobcats 96-82.