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Chuckie

Hornets opening night (Will they be able to fill up TWC?)

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We are going to have some competition for Hornets Opening Night. With the release of the football schedule we have home games with Seahawks on Sunday and a Thursday night game with the Saints. These games are the same week that the NBA typically open their regular season.

Was hoping and actually expecting a packed house Opening Night for the Hornets. It going to be interesting to see how this plays out, having to compete with two NFL games one being the Defending Champions and the other a very good division rival the same week.

Will be interesting how people allocate their ticket money for all this. Kinda feels like the NFL stacked the cards against the Hornets coming back. Maybe we just need to unleash McRoberts on whoever schedules the NFL games.

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Seriously? The place will be packed out and will be one of the best game atmospheres we've seen since the Magic swept us.

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Oops....my bad. I'm out

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Do we know what night yet? Isn't the home opener usually on a Friday? I think I did see where one year it was on a Saturday with local hs football I think Saturday would be a good idea this year if possible.

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It will be sold out. I don't think that is a question.

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Yeah that place will be packed out no question.

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I plan on being there. Even my wife is excited about it. I think it will sell out.

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