Spectrum Center is an indoor field situated in Uptown Charlotte, North Carolina. It is possessed by the city of Charlotte and worked by its fundamental inhabitant, the NBA's Charlotte Hornets. The field seats 19,077 for NBA games however can be extended to 20,200 for school b-ball games.
The field opened in October 2005 as Charlotte Bobcats Arena and later ended up Time Warner Cable Arena when the naming rights were acquired in 2008. At the point when Charter Communications acquired Time Warner Cable in 2016, the name was again changed to mirror the Spectrum exchange name.
The field was initially expected to have the first Hornets establishment in the mid 2000s. The Hornets' field, the Charlotte Coliseum, was viewed as obsolete in spite of being just 13 years of age.
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