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Another injury has ended the season of an NBA player and this time it is the Charlotte Bobcat’s Jeff Taylor. Taylor suffered a ruptured achilles in the Bobcats Friday night win against the Detroit Pistons. The injury happened in the first minute of the game as Taylor didn’t hurt himself through contact. He slipped on […]The post Charlotte Bobcat’s Jeff Taylor Out For Season appeared first on The League News.
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In case you hadn’t heard, the Charlotte Bobcats will be reverting to the Charlotte Hornets next season. The Hornets moniker called Charlotte home from 1988-2002 before moving to New Orleans, where it was then abandoned this year in favor of the Pelicans (lol). Charlotte unveiled three new team logos for the big change next season, and they look pretty familiar. The new logos are...
The Charlotte Bobcats unveiled their new Charlotte Hornets brand identity that will be used when the Hornets name returns to Charlotte for the 2014-15 season. The team’s official release: “The primary logo utilizes the purple and teal color palette and features an aggressive-looking hornet that is ready to attack. Its piercing eyes, raised antennae, expanded wings and pointed...
The Charlotte Bobcats unveiled the logo they will be using next season when the team switches it’s name back to the Charlotte Hornets.
A look at the new Charlotte Hornets logo the team will be using starting in 2014-15: pic.twitter.com/0ORgcQdXFe
— NBA on ESPN (@ESPNNBA) December 22, 2013
FIRST LOOK: New Charlotte Hornets secondary logo pic.twitter.com/dpG4f1ggS6
The Hornets are officially back in Charlotte.
After a long stint in New Orleans, Bobcats owner Michael Jordan unveiled the new brand identity the Charlotte Hornets will use after this NBA season.
Click here to view the new Charlotte Hornets logo.
During a halftime ceremony during the Bobcats game on Saturday night, Jordan unveiled his teams new logo saying, “You guys asked and...
CHARLOTTE, N.C. --It was one of the first signs the buzz is back in Charlotte.
A packed Time Warner Cable Arena was on hand Saturday night as the Bobcats unveiled the new logo for their transition back to the Hornets. Maybe it was the free T-shirt to the first 10,000 or maybe it was the excitement of a three-game winning streak, but more likely it was a city excited to see the...
The Michael Jordan-owned Charlotte Bobcats are officially becoming the Charlotte Hornets beginning next year, and will adopt the same team colors that were so popular in the 90s: purple and teal. That will surely be a hit in terms of […]
Michael Jordan was on hand for the Charlotte Bobcats game against the Utah Jazz tonight to unveil his team’s new logo. Charlotte will be returning to the Hornets name that was synonymous with their competitive teams of the 1990’s.
Jordan also had a few former Hornets on hand to commemorate “bringing the buzz back.”
Did Mike put J’s on the new Hornets mascot logo?
The Charlotte Bobcats unveiled the team's new Hornets logo and branding. The franchise is bringing back Hugo.
It was previously revealed that the Charlotte Bobcats would be changing their name from the Bobcats to the Hornets. After the announcement was made, the question was what will the new logo look like? Will it be the old logo that the Hornets used to have or will it be something new?
At the game last night, Micheal Jordan made an announcement to the Charlotte fans that the logo has...
Kemba Walker scored 34 points and Al Jefferson led a fourth-quarter rally by the Charlotte Bobcats, who overtook the Detroit Pistons 116-106 on Friday night after trailing by as many as 20.
Charlotte was down 14 after three quarters before dominating the fourth. Jefferson scored 13 points during a decisive 16-3 run.
Brandon Jennings had 26 points for Detroit, which rallied from...
Charlotte Bobcats forward Jeff Taylor underwent successful surgery today to repair the rupture in his right Achilles tendon that he suffered in Friday’s game at Detroit. The surgery was performed by foot specialist Dr. Bob Anderson.
Following four weeks of non-weight bearing, Taylor will begin the rehabilitation process. The standard timeline for recovery is 6-9 months
Before Saturday's game between the Bobcats and the Jazz in Charlotte, Jazz forward Enes Kanter decided to have some fun with former teammate Al Jefferson.
Kanter left a special note for Jefferson, who signed with the Bobcats in free agency this past summer, in his locker before the game. In said letter, Kanter promised to "pump fake" Al Jefferson to death and thanked...
The Charlotte Bobcats can secure their longest win streak in three seasons by ending their futility against the Utah Jazz.
The Bobcats will also try to move back to .500 when they attempt to snap their eight-game skid to the visiting Jazz on Saturday night.
Charlotte outscored Detroit 41-17 in the fourth quarter Friday and rallied from a 20-point deficit for a 116-106 victory....
What a week it’s been in Bobcatlandia. On Tuesday the Bobcats solved the Riddle of the Cousins with an out-of-the-box maneuver known as double-teaming. After Sacramento Kings C DeMarcus Cousins went 6-for-8 in the first half and left Al Jefferson utterly ensorcelled, coach Clifford must have gone rogue and decided that a double-team on one [...]