Charlotte Bobcats Owner Michael Jordan Reflects On The Cats Dismal 21-61 Season

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Sunday, 12 May 2013

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Jordan said that raising the cost of a beer to $19 a can helped to offset the low attendance numbers.

CHARLOTTE, North Carolina - It was quite a long season for the Charlotte Bobcats of the NBA as all the players, coaches, cheerleaders, and Bobcat fans will attest to.

The Bobcats ended the season in 29th place out of 30 teams. The Cats finished with a 21-61 record, just ahead of the last place Orlando Magic who ended their season at 20-62.

A highly disappointed Michael Jordan, owner of the Charlotte team, said that toward the end of the season attendance was so bad that hot dog sales were averaging 19 hot dogs per game.

He pointed out that there were actually some games where the cheerleaders simply stopped cheering.

Jordan noted that he had to fire one cheerleader who he caught talking on her cell phone during one of the cheers.

Hercules Confetti with Sporting Chance Magazine said that he interviewed several Bobcat fans who said that they really liked the fact that they could park 45 seconds from the arena gates.

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