Charlotte Hornets

June 26, 2014 11:22 AM

Charlotte Hornets unveil new court design featuring honeycomb pattern

The Charlotte Hornets unveiled their new court design Thursday morning, featuring a pattern of honeycomb-shaped cells, a teal border, purple lanes and a large Hornets logo at mid-court.

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