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'00 CHA Hornets vs. '10 CHA Bobcats

Who would win head to head?   16 votes

  1. 1. Who would win head to head?

    • 2000 Charlotte Hornets
      4
    • 2010 Charlotte Bobcats
      12

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2000 Charlotte Hornets (49-33)

PG-David Wesley

SG-Eddie Jones

SF-Anthony Mason

PF/C-Elden Campbell

C-Derrick Coleman

Bench

PG-Baron Davis (rookie season)

SG-Bobby Phills (he passed 1/12/00, RIP)

SG-Ricky Davis

SF-Eddie Robinson (rookie season)

PF/C-Brad Miller

C-Todd Fuller

Head Coach

Paul Silas

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2010 Charlotte Bobcats (21-19 as of 1/21/10)

PG-Raymond Felton

SG-Stephen Jackson

SF-Gerald Wallace

PF-Boris Diaw

C-Nazr Mohammed

Bench

PG-DJ Augustin

SG-Flip Murray

SF-Stephen Graham

PF-Derrick Brown

C-Tyson Chandler

C-DeSagana Diop

Head Coach

Larry Brown

WHO WOULD WIN IN A HEAD TO HEAD MATCHUP?

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Eddie Jones checking Stephen Jackson? No chance. The Bees would have an advantage inside, but Felton/Jack would be the difference.

Bobcats by eight.

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Cats. Now if you put the Baron Davis that was a superstar in the starting lineup, it would be a much better game.

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I never thought I would love an NBA team as much as I did the Hornets in the late 90s, early 2000s. Yet starting last season when we got hot and made a nice run and of course going into this year when we got Jack, I feel that I love these team MORE than any of those Hornet teams.

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Bobcats win

but loose terribly in the logo department.. :nonod:

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Bobcats win on the starting 5. If you progress some of those bench players to maybe 03-04 then it becomes a different story

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Eddie Jones checking Stephen Jackson? No chance. The Bees would have an advantage inside, but Felton/Jack would be the difference.

Bobcats by eight.

That.

The inside game of the big 3 (Hornets) was bar-none compared to our inside game.

That being said Jones was known for his defense and perimeter, but checking a 6-8 Wing with handles like Jack is just asking for trouble.

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Bobcats win

but loose terribly in the logo department.. :nonod:

I didnt like the logo at first but im warming up to it now. I like the new one too, the one on center court of the arena. I also love that they got rid of the orange jerseys. Those were awful and I like the new white ones plus the pin stripe looks nice too.

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Yeah the new jerseys are more sleek and professional looking. The new logo is flashier as well. As for the Hornets, I like the actual bee in the logo, but the font they used looks cheap compared to today's standards. I actually like the Bobcats dark blue and orange color scheme better than the teal & purple we had with the Hornets.

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I picked the Hornets, I think the NBA was overall better back then, especially the Eastern Conference.

I think the Bobcats will win a playoff series though.

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That's a tough one. Before Phills died people thought we could win the east. I loved the Hornets but i never remember them dominating anyone like we are doing right now. I think i would have to go with Bobcats right now. As for the rest of the discussion.....Logo and name were better with the Hornets for me, but i love the Bobcats colors. I think we have the best colors out of every sports team. That orange and blue is sweet. The new Bobcats logo i really like though. The one that is Bobcats_Ball aviatar.

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