If you’re somebody that enjoys Charlotte Bobcats tickets and you’ve been paying attention you already know that the Bobcats, under the direction of Michael Jordan, are involved in a furious flow of actions intended to bring the Bobcats into real relevance in the 2013-14 NBA season. One of those things is a name change back to the beloved Hornets moniker that will take place next season. The rest is a continuing process of improvement that could help Charlotte shed the loser image and regain the glory days of the franchise. Hold on to your hat and hold on to your seats in Time Warner Cable Arena. Charlotte Bobcats tickets are on the comeback trail. That may be a strong statement for a team that finished with only 21 wins in the previous season. But you have to start somewhere and in fact Bobcats ticket holders have to be encouraged. After all, Charlotte won less than ten games in 2011-12.
In the NBA if it doesn’t work you throw it out. Jordan isn’t used to losing so when Mike Dunlap didn’t give Charlotte an immediate winner he was jettisoned and management brought in Steve Clifford to run the show. Jordan will probably have a little more patience with Clifford as Head Coach. The longtime NBA assistant has never coached at this level as the man in charge but he does have a good track record in college, he’s got both Patrick Ewing and Mark Price on his coaching staff, and Bob Weiss is a contributing member of the coach’s crew. Given enough time this group has a real chance to build Bobcats tickets into solid winners in the NBA.
On the court Bobcats fans will now enjoy the services of newly acquired center Al Jefferson. The big man enjoyed a solid season in 2012-13, posting over 17 points a game and over 9 rebounds, a talent that will be appreciated in the scoring starved Charlotte offense. With Jefferson under the basket Bobcats tickets holders can also look for more scoring opportunities for point guard Kemba Walker who led Charlotte with 17 points a game last year and dished out 5.7 assists on average. He’s also a ball hawk and led the Bobcats in steals while staying on the court for 82 games. Jordan is also high on power forward Michael Kidd-Gilchris, who started 77 games for Charlotte in his rookie season. Kidd-Gilchrist can play more than one position and his rebounding will be a big help in improving the Bobcats defense. Michael Jordan may not be able to get on the court but it’s clear he intends to make a comeback and bring Charlotte Bobcats tickets into the upper echelon of the NBA.