The Charlotte Hornets thrilled fans around the country last year when they earned a bid to the 2015 - 2016 NBA playoffs. In fact, the Hornets nearly advanced deep into postseason, but ultimately lost in the first round in a disappointing 3 - 4 series with perennial contenders the Miami Heat. It was a tough blow for Charlotte, who will be looking to tighten up their defense in the 2016 - 2017 NBA regular season. Find out if their adjustments over the summer have paid off when the team returns to Spectrum Center this fall. Secure seats at the game and buy your Charlotte Hornets tickets right here at Razorgator!
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It has been a long time since players and fans of the Charlotte Hornets had anything to cheer about, but they finally got their moment on Tuesday night. They hosted the Brooklyn Nets, who were 9-42 going into the game. Although it was somewhat of a close call against a far inferior team, the Hornets still managed to seize the much-needed win with a 111-107 result. Before that, the team had lost their last seven games in a row. Now they will try to capitalize on the momentum when they host the Los Angeles Clippers on Saturday, February 11. Tickets are on sale and available for prices starting at $28.
The Charlotte Hornets finally managed to snap their five-game losing streak at home last Wednesday night! It was a huge sigh of relief for both the team and fans alike. The much-needed victory came at the expense of the Portland Trail Blazers. Although the visitors took the early lead with 26-23 points at the end of the first quarter, the Hornets came zipping back to win the game 107-85. Catch Charlotte in action against perennial playoff contenders Steph Curry and the rest of the Golden State Warriors on Wednesday, January 25 at Spectrum Center. Tickets are already on sale and currently available for purchase starting at prices as low as $51.
The Charlotte Hornets are having one of their best seasons in decades. They currently are holding tight to the fourth spot in the Eastern conference and that position was even more solidified when they beat the Oklahoma City Thunder on January 4. The Hornets were able to come off the tip off with aggression and teamwork, which resulted in a five-point lead when the quarter came to a close. The Thunder rallied back in the third quarter to take the lead by one point, leaving it all down to the fourth and final quarter. Luckily, the Hornets turned on the gas and scored 36 points to win the game, 123-112. See them play again live on January 7 when you purchase your tickets today.
The Charlotte Hornets just finished up a five-game road trip, finishing things off with a much needed win over the Atlanta Hawks on Saturday. Unfortunately, the rest of the trip didn’t go nearly as well, with Charlotte dropping the previous four in a row against the Cleveland Cavaliers, Indiana Pacers, Washington Wizards and Boston Celtics. After returning to friendlier territory in North Carolina on Tuesday, things went better for the Hornets, who beat the Lakers 117-113. Charlotte plays at home again this Friday, Dec. 23, against the Chicago Bulls. Great seats at the Spectrum Center are just a few clicks away! Tickets for Friday’s game can be purchased from us now for $35.
It’s been a week of win-loss rotation for the Charlotte Hornets, but they are happy with two wins over the Dallas Mavericks this week. Those victories were sandwiched by a heartbreaker at home against the Timberwolves on Saturday. After controlling the lead until the final minutes, the Hornets let Minnesota tie the score as time ran out. In overtime, the Wolves controlled the game, taking the night with a 125-120 final. Charlotte will look to recover from that disappointment this week as they tackle the Pistons and Magic at home. See them in action this Wednesday and Friday (Dec. 7 and 9) when you purchase tickets from us now starting at just $3!
The good news for the Charlotte Hornets is that, if they follow their current pattern, they will win their next two games. The bad news is that they also lost their last two games. Ever since early November, the Hornets have been following up a pair of losses with a pair of wins. They most recently blew a 116 - 121 overtime opportunity against the New Orleans Pelicans and followed it up with a 90 - 105 loss to the Memphis Grizzlies. Fans will have to wait and see if their current pattern neutralizes those defeats. Their next home game is Saturday, November 26 against the New York Knicks. Tickets are $23 and up.
The Charlotte Hornets are on a roll, having won their last three games in a row. Their latest victory was against the Pacers on November 7. The Hornets dominated the entire game to win 122-100. The Hornets came out ready to play, and they scored on all of their first 12 possessions to get into a quick 21-point lead. It wasn't until Marvin Williams missed with just under six minutes left in the first quarter that the Hornets did not score on a possession. Kemba Walker had 24 points and had 10 assists. The Hornets host the Jazz and the Raptors on the 9 and 11 respectively. You still have a chance to grab your tickets, with prices starting at just $3.
To begin the NBA season, the Charlotte Hornets will take a two-game road trip to Milwaukee and Miami before playing their home opener against the Celtics on Saturday, Oct. 29. Charlotte lost several key players after losing to the Heat in seven games in the first round of the playoffs earlier this year, but after regrouping this offseason, they are looking to make a postseason appearance again in 2017. The current starting lineup has Marvin Williams at power forward, Nick Batum at shooting guard, Roy Hibbert at center, Michael Kidd-Gilchrist as small forward, with Kemba Walker taking point. Be there for the first Hornets home game of the year—tickets for Saturday’s game are available for purchase now starting at $10!
The Charlotte Hornets are using the preseason to prove to NBA fans that this is not a team to be taken lightly. Nicolas Batum was a big signing before the start of the 2015-2016 season, and now that he is entrenched as one of the team’s top scoring options, star point guard Kemba Walker is seeing the floor open up a little more for his incredible playmaking abilities. With the addition of Roy Hibbert to clog the middle and Marco Belinelli bringing savvy and experience, this could be a very exciting season for the young team. The Hornets will have its home opener against the Boston Celtics on October 29, and tickets for that game start as $23.
The Charlotte Hornets are busy preparing for the start of their preseason, which will be on October 3 in Dallas against the Mavericks. The team worked hard last season to do better than the 33 games they won in the 2014-2015 season, and made their way to the first round of the Eastern Conference Playoffs. The Hornets have a chance this year, but will have to make sure to find replacements for Al Jefferson and Jeremy Lin. The projected starting lineup includes Kemba Walker, Nicolas Batum, Michael Kidd Gilchrist, Marvin Williams and Cody Zeller. Get your tickets for the 2016-2017 season now, including for the preseason opener on the 3 or the following game at home on the 6 against the Celtics. Tickets start at just $5.
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