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Tuesday, September 18th, 2012 at 9:20 am  |  4 responses

New Orleans Hornets Sold More Than 12,000 Tickets Per Game, the Most Ever


For the first time since the Hornets moved from Charlotte to New Orleans in 2002, the team has surpassed an average of 12,000 game tickets sold for the upcoming season. Per the Times-Picayune: “The New Orleans Hornets announced Monday they have surpassed an average of 12,000 tickets sold per game this upcoming season, which includes partial and full-season season ticket packages, group sales and suites sold at the New Orleans Arena, according to team spokesman Harold Kaufman. It is the highest tickets sold per game average prior to the season starting since the Hornets relocated from Charlotte, N.C., in 2002. Under new owner Tom Benson, the Hornets have made a push this offseason to either match or exceed last season’s 10,000 season ticket total. The Hornets are expected to be one of the young emerging teams to watch because of No. 1 draft pick Anthony Davis and rookie guard Austin Rivers. Kaufman said they still have season tickets available in all categories.”

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  • spit hot fiyah

    impressive job of quick rebuilding

  • zogs19994

    WHEN IS LIL WAYNE GOING TO BUY HIS 0.067%, SO WE’LL NEVER HEAR HIM CRY ABOUT MISSING PLAYOFF GAMES..

  • http://www.slamonline.com/ Nick Tha Quick

    What you did there. I see it.

  • cbb_fanatic

    They can sell all the tickets they want. As long as a certain freshmen doesn’t get TOO excited and decide to show out for celebrities and other special guests by trying to shoot too much and interrupting the offensive flow and stick to the plays!

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