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Greensboro Swarm Tickets
Team: Greensboro Swarm
Location: Greensboro, N.C.
League: NBA G-League, formerly the NBA Development League
NBA Affiliated: Charlotte Hornets
Coach: Joe Wolf
Greensboro Swarm TicketsSince 2016, prospective Charlotte Hornets and other NBA players have come through the Greensboro Swarm for development and to prove themselves on their way to the big leagues. Players who have played for the Hornets after spending time competing on the Swarm include standout Florida State Seminoles alum Dwayne Bacon and twin brothers Caleb Martin and Cody Martin. The Martin Twins, who at various points have made the nearly 90-mile trip between Greensboro and Charlotte, are from Cooleemee, N.C. — within an hour of Greensboro and not much farther from their parent team in Charlotte. The brothers also shared spots on the University of Nevada Wolfpack roster in 2017 and 2018. Swarm fans may also recognize Joel Berry II, who was the starting point guard for the 2017 NCAA Tournament champion North Carolina Tar Heels. Score tickets to a Greensboro Swarm game at StubHub.
Who is the head coach of the Greensboro Swarm?Joe Wolf, who became the Greensboro Swarm head coach in 2018, is no stranger to "Tobacco Road" or the NBA. In the mid-1980s, Wolf was a four-year member of the North Carolina Tar Heels under Dean Smith. Two of those teams reached the Elite Eight round of the NCAA Basketball Tournament. His NBA journey began in 1987 as the 13th overall pick in that year’s draft. Wolf had two tours with the Charlotte Hornets and played for six other NBA teams throughout his eleven-year career. The coaching portion of Wolf’s basketball life includes time as an assistant coach for the Milwaukee Bucks (2008-2013) and Brooklyn Nets (2014-2017), as well as head coach of the Idaho Stampede of the Continental Basketball League and the Colorado 14ers of the NBA Development League.
When did the Greensboro Swarm get its first win in franchise history?It took six games for the Greensboro Swarm to enter the win column as a franchise. That win came on Nov. 25, 2016, in a 109-88 game over the Erie BayHawks. The Swarm captured the second of a back-to-back over Erie with a much closer 96-95 win on November 26, 2016.
What was the record of the Greensboro Swarm in 2019?In the 2018-2019 season, the Greensboro Swarm accumulated 24 wins against 26 losses, which represents the best performance in the Greensboro Swarm’s brief history in the G-League. The prior two seasons, the Greensboro Swarm went 19-31 and 16-34 respectively.
Who are the rivals of the Greensboro Swarm?The Greensboro Swarm share the Eastern Conference with the College Park Skyhawks, located only minutes from the home of the parent club Atlanta Hawks. Other nearby Eastern Conference foes include the Capital City Go-Go (Washington Wizards), Lakeland Magic (Orlando Magic) and Delaware Blue Coats (Philadelphia 76ers).
Where is the Swarm Fieldhouse?With a seating capacity of just over 2,100, the Swarm Fieldhouse forms part of the Greensboro Coliseum Complex. The centerpiece of the complex, the Greensboro Coliseum, has hosted some of the most prominent events in college basketball, including the 1974 NCAA Final Four and host of Atlantic Coast Conference men’s and women’s basketball tournaments and NCAA Basketball Tournament games. The Fieldhouse was christened on Nov. 12, 2016, with a 120-99 loss by the expansion Greensboro Swarm to the Fort Wayne Fire Ants. The 21-point margin of defeat by the Greensboro Swarm in that inaugural home game was roughly half of the 80-37 deficit Greensboro faced at halftime. Notwithstanding the first game, the 2016-2017 Greensboro Swarm would notch 19 victories.
How can I see the Greensboro Swarm?Witness the development of future stars of the Charlotte Hornets at the Swarm Fieldhouse by visiting StubHub. You can purchase tickets on the website or the app; both are guaranteed by FanProtect.
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