Found March 19, 2013 on Losers Bracket:
Today we review the not so obvious choice: The 1994-1995 Charlotte Hornets. I can’t really ever get past the teal and purple.  I mean do you think the whole franchise ended up crumbling to the New Orleans Hornets because of bad colors.  How can you possibly play good in those uniforms?  How can you buy and wear gear?   I say it was a big reason the franchise did not work out. First the basics:  Record: 50-32, Finished 2nd in NBA Central Division (Schedule and Results) Arena: Charlotte Coliseum ▪ Attendance: 971,618 (1st of 27) They had the best attendance in the entire league, yet just in a few years moved the franchise.  COLOR PEOPLE COLOR! Playoffs: Lost NBA Eastern Conference First Round (3-1) versus Chicago Bulls.   Yeah, Jordan just kicked your ass.  (Jordan did not win titles every year, one Penny and Shaq kicked their ass in round two.)   Anyways… The roster: You will notice they had a lot of sweet guys.   For instance Michael Adams could really score when he was with the Bu...
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