You answered out of 6 questions correctly.
The Bobcats were born out of the relocating Charlotte Hornets after the 2002 season.
Time Warner Cable Arena cost $200 million to build.
Bob Johnson made the final payment of the team’s $300 million expansion fee.
The Bobcats first season was 2004-2005.
The first home Charlotte Bobcats game was held on November 5, 2005.
Bobcats played their first season at Charlotte Coliseum and then moved to Charlotte Bobcats Arena which is now called Time Warner Cable Arena.
2009-2010 season the Bobcats qualified for a postseason spot with a record of 44-38.
Gerald Wallace was selected as the first Bobcats player to play in the NBA All-Star Game in 2010.
The Bobcats first head coach was Bernie Bickerstaff.
The Bobcats once shared the arena with the WNBA (Women’s National Basketball Team) the Charlotte Sting before the team shut down on January 3, 2007.
Emeka Okafor was the Bobcats first Rookie of the Year in 2004-05 season.
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