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Old 04-26-2008, 10:01 PM
 
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I found an autographed photo (NBA licensed) of whoever belongs (or used to) to number 52. Is there anyone that can tell me who he might be or maybe send me to a site that would have the players numbers past and present?

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Old 04-26-2008, 10:23 PM
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Matt geiger and Chucky Brown both wore #52, check out NBA.com for some old rosters, you could also google in charlottte hornets all-time rosters as well
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Old 05-05-2008, 04:01 PM
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Here is some Charlotte Hornets history

Today marks the 15th anniversarry of Alonzo Mourning's game-winning jumper with 0.4 seconds left that beat the Boston Celtics 104-103 and clinched the series for the young Hornets. It's been said this was the loudest moment in the now-gone Coliseum. It's also the most well-known play in the teams history. This game also was the last for Celtics hall-of-famer Kevin McHale.
Little did anyone know at the time but 15 years later, the team is now in New Orleans and the Coliseum is gone. What a great owner we had in George Shinn(Jerk).
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Old 05-06-2008, 03:52 PM
 
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This year's Hornets are surprisingly very good!!! I don't think the Spurs will advance to the next round.

Last year it was the Warriors who overdelivered, ousting the Mavs in round 1. This year it's the Hornets who have overdelivered all season long. My sense is the Hornets are for real... they're not just a one-year wonder like the Warriors, but the Hornets will be an elite team for the next several years at least. Yet another good team in Hell West.

This team looks like having all the pieces: an mpv caliber point guard with scoring & leadership abilities, an allstar power forward, a world-class 3-pt gunner who used to be an allstar, an athletic center who will be an allstar in the future. A team featuring practically 4 all stars

They just need to upgrade the coaching staff, then they will be a championship caliber team in the near future.
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