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The Charlotte Hornets have been a marquee NBA franchise for years, even after transitioning from Hornets to Bobcats and back again. And as such, the team has brought its iconic teal and purple color scheme into the NBA Playoffs many times, with some great NBA players representing the team and the city in the postseason.
In the team’s last ten years as the Charlotte Hornets before rebranding to the Bobcats, the Hornets made the playoffs in seven out of ten seasons, thanks to an array of sharp shooters and otherwise excellent players that always made it seem like the Hornets were right on the verge of a breakthrough in the loaded Eastern Conference.
Headlining the Hornets during these playoff appearances were two of the greatest shooters of their era, Glen Rice and Dell Curry. Both were tremendous from outside and beyond the arc, preventing defenses from crowding the paint too much, as doing so would have set them both up with tons of dangerous open looks. For the Hornets, their roster and offensive structure paid off, as the team was able to get through the first round in more than half of those playoff appearances during this portion of team history.
During this time, the team forged several rivalries with their opponents throughout the Eastern Conference. Included in that list were teams like the New York Knicks and Chicago Bulls, both of whom the Hornets had multiple high-stakes playoff matchups with in the 1990s.
Overall, an argument could be made that the Miami Heat are among the top playoff rivals of the Hornets. The teams have squared off with a spot in the next round of the playoffs on the line during the 1990s, as well as during the Charlotte Bobcats era, and again after the team rebranded back into the Charlotte Hornets. And given their proximity to one another geographically, it makes sense for the Hornets and Heat to consider one another rivals.
Frequently Asked Questions About Charlotte Hornets Playoff Tickets and Event Information
When do Charlotte Hornets playoff tickets go on sale?
Hornets playoffs tickets usually go on sale near the end of March or in early April. When exactly this happens depends on when the Hornets actually clinch a spot in the playoffs. Depending on the season, it may take longer for Hornets playoff tickets to go on sale than if they clinch comfortably.
How much are Charlotte Hornets playoff tickets?
Hornets playoff ticket prices on the secondary market can vary depending on a number of factors. Typically, Hornets playoff tickets can be found for as low as $61.00, with an average price of $141.00.
How to get cheap Charlotte Hornets playoff tickets?
If you’re looking for cheap Hornets playoff tickets, tickets can be found for as low as $61.00. Additionally, once you click on your preferred event date, use the “sort by price” button located in the top left hand corner of the event page to sort all available Hornets playoff tickets by cheapest tickets available.
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