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Besides Carolina as a state has always given lackluster support to its pro bball teams. People here would rather watch scrubs at UNC and Duke play.

Charlotte led the NBA in attendance 8 years in a row when we had the hornets.

And your subtle jabs at people who live in the burbs of Charlotte are pretty cool. I grew up in Cotswold. You probably don't know where that is because there isn't any of these around: canyourefinaniceyourhomewithalienonit.jpgchurchs_chicken2.jpg

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MrTouchdown just wants an excuse to wear the bright fruity colors of his childhood. Hornets nostalgists are like glamorized welfare recipients, they have no money and have to beg for what they want. Completely powerless, but as long as they attend Bobcats games, its all good baby. Keep hope alive! Lmao

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By the way, MJ came out today and said this story is 100% bogus.

Do you honestly think he would admit to saying that?

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I like how everyone is claiming Charlotte is a terrible NBA town. This is a historically bad team that may finish with the worst win-loss percentage and 2nd worst point differential in league history, but we still aren't the worst in attendance. Actually, there are 8 teams with worse attendance than us, 3 of which would be in the playoffs if they started today:

http://espn.go.com/nba/attendance

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MrTouchdown just wants an excuse to wear the bright fruity colors of his childhood. Hornets nostalgists are like glamorized welfare recipients, they have no money and have to beg for what they want.

Do you speak from experience?

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"Charlotte led the NBA attendance 8 years in a row"

*puffs chest out*

Hey Kevin Greene, I bet as a Laker fan that makes you real jealous huh? Who needs rings, attendance records and whine and cheese nostalgia is where its at.

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MrTouchdown: "No Mr. Jordan I dont have any money to pay for it. But if you change us to the Hornets I can offer sexual favors! Shinn used to accept them all the time! C'mon Mike puhleeeeeeze?!?!?!"

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LA is a horrible sports town. Sadly, LA is similar to Charlotte sports wise. Had a professional team move, a lot of transplants living there, spread out city, etc. Trolling aside KT, that's what I've been trying to explain to you. The love for the Bobcats in this city is not here bro. They've been here what? 7 years? 8 years? how much longer is it going to take for the owners to realize that the city does not support the team. There are people like myself who are out of college with jobs. We are the target demographics for people who need to to invest in the team by purchasing season tickets/merchandise/going to games and buying $9 beers.

I speak for a lot of people, not everyone, that the interest isn't there. I'm sure winning would help create more buzz for the team but is that ever going to happen?

1. One awful, embarrassing playoff appearnce.

2. One NBA all-star EVER (who I'm pretty sure didn't play more than 4 mins in the game)

3. Maybe the worst drafting team in the NBA the past decade.

4. Owner changes.

5. After Silas is fired, will be looking for what their 6th HC in 8 seasons?

Come on man! Quit trolling and try to look at this like a 17 year old boy and have a convo like an adult! Why would anyone want to invest or partake in this franchise?

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MrTouchdown: "No Mr. Jordan I dont have any money to pay for it. But if you change us to the Hornets I can offer sexual favors! Shinn used to accept them all the time! C'mon Mike puhleeeeeeze?!?!?!"

Meh. Do you spend your welfare/child support money on bobcat tickets?

Because if you do, I'll give you the free tickets I turn down 3-4 times a year. I want your babies to be able to eat bro!

Stop trolling and lets have a discussion like men not some 17 year old punks hiding behind a computer screen.

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You live in Huntersville and are too scared to drive thru half the city after dark. What do you possibly know about Charlotte? Just look at your jokes. You can tell you grew up very sheltered and not around a diverse group of people. Instead of begging the Bobcats, why not convince the New Orleans Hornets to come back home? Or convince the people in NO how manly purple and teal are?

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You live in Huntersville and are too scared to drive thru half the city after dark. What do you possibly know about Charlotte? Just look at your jokes. You can tell you grew up very sheltered and not around a diverse group of people. Instead of begging the Bobcats, why not convince the New Orleans Hornets to come back home? Or convince the people in NO how manly purple and teal are?

I'll admit, there are certain parts of the city that a person like me has no business driving through after 5PM.

As I stated before, I grew up in Cotswold and went to the schools in that area. You act like Huntersville/Cornelius are in fuging Minnesota or somewhere.

Sports are something that should bring us together, not push us apart.

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LA is a horrible sports town. Sadly, LA is similar to Charlotte sports wise. Had a professional team move, a lot of transplants living there,

New York is a terrible sports town. The Brooklyn Dodgers and baseball NY Giants left town.

All these are terrible sports towns:

Teams making more significant moves, in chronological order

This is pure nonsense.

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