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1990–91 Charlotte Hornets season

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Charlotte Hornets' win on Dec. 23, 1988 changed the course of Charlotte's history

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Larry Bird - Passing Highlights vs. Hornets (1990)

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NBA Veteran Dell Curry Charlotte Hornets 1990 SkyBox Card

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look back at Charlotte Hornets inaugural season

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Kawhi Leonard Wins 2016 NBA Defensive Player of the Year Award

The 1990–91 NBA season was the Charlotte Hornets' third season in the National Basketball Association. After playing one year in the Midwest Division in the Western Conference, the Hornets returned to the Eastern Conference and moved into the Central Division. In the offseason, they signed unrestricted free agent Johnny Newman, who would lead the Hornets in scoring with 16.9 points per game. At midseason, they traded Armen Gilliam to the Philadelphia 76ers for Mike Gminski. The franchise improved seven games over the previous season finishing with 26 wins and 56 losses. However, they finished last place in their division for the third straight season. Top draft pick and Flyin' Illini star Kendall Gill made the All-Rookie First Team, averaging 11.0 points and 1.3 steals per game. Charlotte also hosted the 1991 NBA All-Star Game during the season. The Hornets led the NBA in attendance for the second time in three seasons.
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