10 Greatest Moments in Charlotte Bobcats History

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_The Charlotte Bobcats are set to become the Charlotte Hornets. Let's take a look at the greatest moments in Bobcats history._

#10 – 2006: The Bobcats select Adam Morrison with the 3rd overall pick in the draft, wisely bypassing as many as one million other people on the planet who would have been worse selections.

#9 – 2003 to 2009: Despite being Charlotte's most embarrassing sports team, the Bobcats successfully never employ Charlotte's most embarrassing athlete, Jake Delhomme.

#8 – 2011: The Bobcats trade for Byron Mullens. While Mullens is a worthless basketball player, the gawky dork is still quite entertaining to watch for those who enjoy mocking people.

#7 – 2012: While finishing the season with the worst winning percentage in NBA history at .106, Bobcats' team owner Michael Jordan probably had lots of good rounds on the golf course in 2012.

#6 – 2010: Charlotte dumps head coach Larry Brown, successfully becoming the first NBA franchise to convince Brown that maybe he should finally stop taking jobs in the NBA.

#5 – 2005: The Bobcats average just 14,431 fans per game, their lowest total ever, meaning a record number of people were not subjected to Bobcats basketball.

#4 – 2010: The Bobcats post their only winning season in history at 44-38 and make the playoffs, greatly shaming the rest of the NBA.

#3 – 2010: Team owner Michael Jordan appears in ads for Hanes sporting a Hitler mustache, but there is thankfully no Bobcats apparel or logos pictured in the ad.

#2 – 2005: Emeka Okafor is named Rookie of the Year. Wait. What? He was? Wow. What a horrible rookie class. My god.

#1 – 2013: For the ninth consecutive season, marking every season of the franchise's existence, no Bobcats players appear anywhere on the NBA's jersey sales rankings list, meaning few people will feel ripped off about having to replace an obsolete Bobcats jersey.