Charlotte Hornets Tickets

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4.3

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Fun night!

Spectrum Center - Charlotte

Really enjoyed the game. The game was exciting and our family enjoyed the entertainment during the breaks. Great family fun!

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Fun night at the Hornets game

Spectrum Center - Charlotte

Good food, drinks, etc. Polite workers was a nice surprise. Enjoyed it very much.

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Go Hornets

Spectrum Center - Charlotte

My experience was pleasurable. The employees did a great job in directing us on which direction to get snacks and to get to our seats. I will definenatly be going again. Besides that WE WON!!!

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Loud neighborhood

Spectrum Center - Charlotte

I try to take my son to 2 or 3 games a year since we live 2 hours away, we both look forward to the time together, but this game was not too fun. The game was good itself but everyone around us was having loud conversations, we heard about everything they did last week and what they wanted to do on the weekend. People need to remember that some fans really want to see and hear the GAME! Tickets seemed a little expensive for his one so we had to sit upstairs, guess next time I’ll have to by the higher priced seats so we can enjoy it more. Great win though!!

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Its was a great experience

Spectrum Center - Charlotte

This was the first time we had been to a professional game and we had a blast

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Great family fun!

Spectrum Center - Charlotte

A group of five adults and a toddler enjoying a game between our previous hometown and our current hometown.....A win- win situation.

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We are losers...again...

Spectrum Center - Charlotte

I mean the Spectrum Center is fancy, but we lose the game after all. Hornets have a huge space to develop themselves.

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Excellent

Spectrum Center - Charlotte

Ease of use and delivery of tickets in a timely manner.

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GREAT!

Spectrum Center - Charlotte

Ease of ORDERING Tickets was great and the follow-up customer service was even better. Thank you!

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Charlotte Hornets vs Brooklyn Nets

Spectrum Center - Charlotte

Awesome game between Hornets and Nets. I had great seats and my son enjoyed the experience.

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Charlotte Hornets at Spectrum Center

The Charlotte Hornets embark on their 14th season at Spectrum Center (formerly known as Time Warner Cable Arena and Charlotte Bobcats Arena), the crescent-shaped venue boasting expansive concourses and welcoming galleries with artwork unique to the Carolinas.

This season will mark the 30th Anniversary of the inaugural 1988-89 Hornets season, and the team will break out white "classic" pinstriped uniforms to commemorate the milestone.

Charlotte Hornets 2018-19 Season

Coming off their second straight 36-46 finish, the Hornets started righting their ship at the top, hiring Mitch Kupchak as president of basketball operations & general manager and ex-San Antonio Spurs assistant James Borrego as head coach.

Borrego's choices will be many as he tries to guide the team into the Playoffs for the first time since the 2015-16 season. Point guard and top scorer Kemba Walker (22.1 points per game) returns to direct the offense, with Tony Parker, signed as a free agent after 17 seasons with the San Antonio Spurs, to back him up.

The Hornets have a variety of options at the wing positions, with competition between Nicolas Batum, Michael Kidd-Gilchrist, Jeremy Lamb, rising second-year man Malik Monk, and rookie Miles Bridges, the No. 12 pick in June's NBA draft. Former lottery pick Frank Kaminsky could push Marvin Williams at one forward position, while returning centers Cody Zeller and Willy Hernangomez are joined by new acquisition Bismack Biyombo in the middle.

Charlotte Hornets History

The original Charlotte Hornets franchise joined the NBA in 1988, and, thanks to players such as Larry Johnson, Alonzo Mourning, and Kendall Gill (and, later, Glen Rice, Anthony Mason, and Jamal Mashburn), enjoyed substantial success in the decade starting with the 1992-93 season. Even with seven Playoffs appearances in those 10 years, though, owner George Shinn moved the franchise to New Orleans in 2002.

But the NBA returned to Charlotte for the 2004-05 season with the expansion Bobcats, led by owner Robert L. Johnson, the first African American majority owner of a team in one of the four major sports. In 2010, Basketball Hall-of-Famer Michael Jordan took over majority ownership of the franchise, and in 2014, Jordan's team re-adopted the Charlotte Hornets name after the previous New Orleans Hornets became the Pelicans.

During the 2017-18 season, two-time All-Star Walker became Charlotte's all-time leading scorer, surpassing original Hornet Dell Curry.