Michael Jordan plans to change the Charlotte Bobcats back to the Charlotte Hornets. While he's at it, he should re-sign Larry Johnson's Grandmama.
Michael Jordan intends to bring the Charlotte Hornets back and that makes Kobe Bryant feel mischievous. After the Charlotte Bobcats announced their intention to change their name to the Hornets, the Black Mamba took to Twitter to do some serious trolling. Show More Summary
So the "buzz" is real again in Charlotte. After several months, heck, even years, of fans wanting the Hornets name and mascot to return to Charlotte's NBA team, Charlotte Bobcats owner Michael Jordan announced last evening that the team...Show More Summary
When Michael Jordan announced Tuesday evening that the Charlotte Bobcats will officially begin the rebranding process associated with bringing the Hornets moniker back to the city it originated (and belongs) in, you may have been able to hear the cheers as far away as New Orleans. Show More Summary
After nine years of misery, failure and heartbreak, the Charlotte Bobcats intend to change their nickname to the Hornets. Michael Jordan, team owner and one of the greatest winners in NBA history, made the announcement at a press conference on Tuesday evening. Show More Summary
Bobcats owner Michael Jordan says he's changing his team's name to the Charlotte Hornets.
Maybe this will change their luck. Michael Jordan, owner of the Charlotte Bobcats, is expected to announce today that the Bobcats will become the Hornets, according to the Associated Press. The Bobcats name became available when the team, which had moved … Continue reading ?
With the New Orleans Pelicans officially renouncing the Hornets name following the 2013 season, it was only a matter of time before the Charlotte Bobcats picked it up. The official announcement for Charlotte's re-acquisition of the "Hornets" nickname is expected on Tuesday, per the Charlotte Observer. Show More Summary
Charlotte Bobcats owner Michael Jordan is changing his team’s name to the Hornets, said a person familiar with the situation. The person said Jordan will detail the timetable for the change to be completed at a press conference the Bobcats have scheduled for Tuesday. The person spoke to The Associated Press Monday on condition of anonymity [...]
Position: Head Coach Location: Charlotte, North Carolina Company: Charlotte Bobcats, NBA team The Charlotte Bobcats are a team entering only its 10th year in the NBA. We came into the league as an expansion team in 2004, and have since made the playoffs once, the only season we ever finished a season with a winning record. Show More Summary
A person familiar with the situation says Charlotte Bobcats owner Michael Jordan is changing his team's name to the Hornets.
Ever since the Charlotte Hornets moved to New Orleans and Charlotte added the Bobcats, the city has had a terrible basketball product. The record of the new franchise has been abysmal, and now they look to shed the Bobcats moniker and become the Hornets once more. Show More Summary
The Charlotte Observer, among other news outlets, is reporting that the Charlotte Bobcats will be renamed the Charlotte Hornets. The date for the change is uncertain, but almost certainly not before the 2014-2015 season at the earliest. Also undecided (or at least unannounced) are what the new Hornets colors will be. As positive as a [...]
Thanks to the New Orleans Pelicans giving up the nickname "Hornets," the Charlotte Bobcats are finally going to reclaim their old Hornets moniker with a name change, and it seems like there a handful of other teams who should follow suit. Show More Summary
If a report from CBS Sports is true, we could be seeing the end of the Charlotte Bobcats. Primarily because of a huge groundswell of fan support, Charlotte Bobcats officials have begun the process to officially rebrand the team to the Charlotte Hornets.... Read Full Post
The Charlotte Bobcats name change options being considered by owner Michael Jordan include the choice to change back to the Charlotte Hornets. As previously reported by The Inquisitr, the potential Charlotte Bobcats name change to Hornets is not the only major change happening for this basketball team. The Charlotte Bobcats recently fired coach Mike Dunlap. [...]Show More Summary
Charlotte Bobcats fans can rejoice—it appears that the Hornets moniker is on its way back to North Carolina. According to a report from CBS, the Bobcats have started the process to have the team name changed back to the Charlotte Hornets. Show More Summary
The Charlotte Bobcats have begun the process of changing the team name to the Hornets, according to CBS Sports. The Charlotte Hornets played in North Carolina as an expansion team from 1988 until 2002 when owner George Shinn moved the franchise to New Orleans. Show More Summary
A player finding the right fit is always the most underrated part in judging his NBA journey. For instance, when the Charlotte Bobcats select a player, it's hard not to assume the worst. Their organization has been filled with ineptitude almost since being founded and that has only gotten worse. Show More Summary