Booking New Orleans Hornets Player Appearances
Before moving to New Orleans, the Hornets made their home in Charlotte North Carolina. The NBA expanded in 1988 and the Charlotte Hornets were one of the teams that were added to the league. The team moved to New Orleans in 2002 after the season ended. Sadly, they were temporarily moved to Oklahoma City when Hurricane Katrina devastated New Orleans and the surrounding area. The team moved back to New Orleans where they have resided since 2008, and are members of the Southwest Division in the Western Conference, playing at New Orleans Arena. The Hornets as a whole have made the playoffs twelve times and have won the championship once.
Larry Johnson, Mugsy Bogues (one of the shortest NBA players of all time at 5’3” in height), and Alonzo Mourning were the first three players who made a name for the team when they defeated the Celtics in the first round of the playoffs in 1993. In 2005 another star was born in Chris Paul who was drafted in the first round, just prior to the team’s move to Oklahoma City. The Hornets have continued to make waves in the NBA, making the playoffs in recent years.
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