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This is a list of the accomplishments and records of the current Charlotte Hornets. The Hornets, known from their creation in 2004 until May 2014 as the Charlotte Bobcats, are an American professional basketball team currently playing in the National Basketball Association (NBA). The current Hornets are the second NBA team to have played under that name. The original Hornets played in Charlotte from 1988 until moving to New Orleans in 2002; since 2013, they have been known as the New Orleans Pelicans.

Contents

1 Individual Accomplishments and Awards

1.1 All-NBA Team

1.1.1 Second Team 1.1.2 Third Team

1.2 All-NBA Defensive Team

1.2.1 First Team 1.2.2 Second Team

1.3 Executive of the Year 1.4 Sixth Man of the Year 1.5 Rookie of the Year 1.6 NBA Sportsmanship Award 1.7 NBA All-Rookie First Team 1.8 NBA All-Rookie Second Team 1.9 All-Stars and All-Star Weekend participants

1.9.1 NBA All-Stars 1.9.2 All-Star Game MVP 1.9.3 NBA Rising Stars Challenge 1.9.4 Slam Dunk Contest 1.9.5 Three-point Shootout

1.10 Basketball Hall of Famers 1.11 FIBA Hall of Famers 1.12 Retired numbers

2 Other franchise records

2.1 Team (regular season)

3 References

Individual Accomplishments and Awards[edit]

All-NBA Team[edit] Second Team[edit]

Larry Johnson – 1993 Glen Rice – 1997

Third Team[edit]

Anthony Mason – 1997 Glen Rice – 1998 Eddie Jones – 2000 Al Jefferson – 2014

All-NBA Defensive Team[edit] First Team[edit]

Gerald Wallace – 2010

Second Team[edit]

Anthony Mason – 1997 Eddie Jones – 1999, 2000 P.J. Brown – 2001

Executive of the Year[edit]

Bob Bass – 1997

Sixth Man of the Year[edit]

Dell Curry – 1994

Rookie of the Year[edit]

Larry Johnson – 1992 Emeka Okafor – 2005

NBA Sportsmanship Award[edit]

Kemba Walker – 2017

NBA All-Rookie First Team[edit]

Kendall Gill – 1991 Larry Johnson – 1992 Alonzo Mourning – 1993 Emeka Okafor – 2005

NBA All-Rookie Second Team[edit]

Rex Chapman – 1989 J.R. Reid – 1990 Raymond Felton – 2006 Wálter Herrmann – 2007 Adam Morrison – 2007 D. J. Augustin – 2009 Michael Kidd-Gilchrist – 2013 Cody Zeller – 2014

Larry Johnson won Rookie of the Year honors in 1992.

All-Stars and All-Star Weekend participants[edit]

Gerald Wallace was selected as NBA All-Stars in 2010.

NBA All-Stars[edit]

Larry Johnson – 1993, 1995 Alonzo Mourning – 1994, 1995 Glen Rice – 1996, 1997, 1998 Eddie Jones – 2000 Baron Davis – 2002 Gerald Wallace – 2010 Kemba Walker - 2017, 2018

All-Star Game MVP[edit]

Glen Rice – 1997

NBA Rising Stars Challenge[edit]

George Zidek – 1996 (East) Baron Davis – 2001 (Sophomores) Lee Nailon – 2002 (Sophomores) Emeka Okafor – 2005 (Rookies) Emeka Okafor – 2006 (Sophomores) Adam Morrison – 2007 (Rookies) Raymond Felton – 2007 (Sophomores) Kemba Walker – 2012 (Team Shaq) Michael Kidd-Gilchrist – 2013 (Team Shaq) Kemba Walker – 2013 (Team Shaq) Cody Zeller – 2015 (Team USA) Frank Kaminsky – 2017 (Team USA)

Slam Dunk Contest[edit]

Rex Chapman – 1990, 1991 Kendall Gill – 1991 Larry Johnson – 1992 Ricky Davis – 2000 Baron Davis – 2001 Gerald Wallace – 2010

Three-point Shootout[edit]

Dell Curry – 1992, 1994 Scott Burrell – 1995 Glen Rice – 1996, 1997, 1998 Kemba Walker – 2017

Basketball Hall of Famers[edit]

Charlotte Hornets Hall of Famers

Players

No. Name Position Tenure Inducted

00 Robert Parish C 1994–96 2003

33 Alonzo Mourning C/F 1992–95 2014

Coaches

Name Position Tenure Inducted

Dave Cowens 1 Coach 1996–99 1991

Larry Brown 2 Coach 2008–10 2002

Notes:

1 Inducted as player. 2 Coached the team when they were known as the Charlotte Bobcats.

FIBA Hall of Famers[edit]

Charlotte Hornets Hall of Famers

Players

No. Name Position Tenure Inducted

12 Vlade Divac C 1996–98 2010

Retired numbers[edit]

Charlotte Hornets retired numbers

No. Player Position Tenure

13 Bobby Phills G 1997–2000

The Charlotte Hornets retired Phills' number on February 9, 2000 after he was killed in an automobile accident in Charlotte. His jersey hung from the rafters of the Charlotte Coliseum until the franchise relocated in May 2002. It was displayed in the New Orleans Arena until the franchise became the Pelicans in 2013. On November 1, 2014, his jersey was returned to Charlotte, where it was re-honored and currently hangs in Spectrum Center.[1][2][3]

Other franchise records[edit] Team (regular season)[edit]

Largest margin of victory in a game – 61 (Score: 140 – 79) Mar. 22, 2018 vs. Memphis [4] Largest margin of victory in a playoffs game - 30 (Score: 119 – 89) May 3, 1993 vs. Boston Celtics [5]

in Eastern Conference First Round

Biggest comeback to win a game – 24 Oct 29, 2014 vs. Milwaukee[6]

References[edit]

^ "Hornets to Bring Phills' Retired Jersey Back to Charlotte". Charlotte Hornets. October 23, 2014. Retrieved January 31, 2016.  ^ "Phills' No. 13 jersey raised again in Charlotte". USA Today. Associated Press. November 1, 2014. Retrieved November 12, 2014.  ^ "Charlotte Hornets re-hang Bobby Phills' jersey Saturday night". WGHP Fox 8. November 2, 2014. Retrieved November 12, 2014.  ^ "What record did Kemba Walker break in the Charlotte Hornets' blowout win?". Charlotte Observer. March 22, 2018. Retrieved March 23, 2018.  ^ http://www.landofbasketball.com/teams/stats/biggest_wins_hornets.htm ^ "Charlotte Hornets comeback starts with boos". News & Observer. October 29, 2014. Retrieved March 23, 2018. 

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Charlotte Hornets

Founded in 1988 Formerly the Charlotte Bobcats (2004–14) Based in Charlotte, North Carolina

Franchise

History Seasons 1988 Expansion Draft 2004 Expansion Draft Draft history All-time roster Head coaches Accomplishments Broadcasters Current season

Arenas

Charlotte Coliseum Spectrum Center

Administration

Owner Michael Jordan President of basketball operations / General manager Mitch Kupchak Head coach vacant

General managers

Scheer Bass Bickerstaff Higgins Cho Peterson (interim) Kupchak

G League affiliate

Greensboro Swarm

Retired numbers

13

Hall of Famers

Robert Parish Alonzo Mourning Dave Cowens Larry Brown

Culture and lore

Buzz City George Shinn Hugo Charlotte Honey Bees "Grandmama" "Zo"

NBA Playoff Appearances (10)

1993 1995 1997 1998 2000 2001 2002 2010 2014 2016

Media

TV Fox Sports Carolinas Fox Sports Southeast Radio WFNZ Announcers Eric Collins Dell Curry Stephanie

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