NOLA = New Orleans Louisiana
It is a common initialism used for the city. It differentiated the uniforms from the ones used in Charlotte, the original home of the team. Charlotte renamed its Bobcats the Hornets when the New Orleans team was renamed the Pelicans in 2013.
Anywhere from $45,000 - $3 Million per year.
he does not own all of it he just bought majority ownership stocks off of johnson (BET) founder/owner for 275 million which is pretty much buying all of it he has every say in what happens no exceptions but he really owns 65 percent of the stocks which makes him lead owner it is also owned by nelly bank of american and about 15 other investors
So far Gerald Wallace, scored 41 points in a March 2006 game against Atlanta.
There are 4
Carolina @ Chapel Hill
NBA promised Charlotte leaders that the city would be granted an NBA expansion team for the 2004-05 season. On December 18, 2002, a group led by Black Entertainment Television founder Robert Johnson was awarded the franchise.
their first NBA game was November 4, 2004
In the year 2006
Lakers probably and hornets
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No, not close. The Bobcats are actually pretty "unpopular." The most popular team in North Carolina would be the college basketball team, UNC Tarheels. They consistently win every year and is always a title contender. The North Carolina Tarheels is the most popular team in North Carolina. No, not close. The Bobcats are actually pretty "unpopular." The most popular team in North Carolina would be the college basketball team, UNC Tarheels. They consistently win every year and is always a title contender. The North Carolina Tarheels is the most popular team in North Carolina.
Bobcats, along with Charlotte Flight and Charlotte Dragons were the top three choices as voted by fans. The Charlotte Regional Sports Commission aided with the "Help Name The Team" effort that drew over 1,250 suggestions. The bobcat, an expert at survival according to the North Carolina Wildlife Commission, is athletic, fierce and an indigenous predator to the Carolinas.
Charlotte, already being home to the Carolina Panthers of the National Football League, made the cat-related name a natural choice for the area's new basketball team.
There is also speculation as to whether or not the "Bob" in Bobcats is a further reference to Robert "Bob" Johnson, the original owner of the team.
I'm assuming your asking what state they're in, if so, they are in the state of North Carolina.
I heard they train in wilmington, nc but ive never personally seen them train there
The Bobcats' first game took place on November 4, 2004 and was a 103-96 loss to the Washington Wizards.
Yes they have a mascot
NBA Draft: 2001 / Round: 1 / Pick: 25