One-and-one Trivia: Bobcats-Hornets, one ticket for you and one for your friend Part VIIII or IX

Posted by Andy Durham on October 4, 2009 at 2:39 pm under Professional | 5 Comments to Read

We were a little unsure about this one, since I haven’t traveled to Rome recently, but what in the world is it for Roman numeral number 10????? Are both of the above listings considered admissable in a court of law? Here’s our trivia #9 or either VIIII/IX and you take your pick and then jump in and get your ticket…….

IX is starting to look more recognizable from the days when the people in Rome, Georgia did as the Romans did when they were in Rome….

Hey you learn something new and current every day and if we could just learn to spell all words without have to consult Mr. Webster!

One-and-one Trivia: Bobcats-Hornets, one ticket for you and one for your friend

The Charlotte Bobcats face the New Orleans Hornets next Thursday night at the Greensboro Coliseum. Pick up a couple of FREE tickets here when you get in with the one-and-one trivia question.

One ticket for you and one for your friend when you answer this question.

This afternoon’s question involves the Charlotte Hornets. Name the former Charlotte Hornet coach that had Guilford County coaching and playing connections. He was an assistant college coach and he played college basketball in Guilford County.

Name him and you win the tickets!

The first person in the comment box with the correct answers wins the two tickets to next Thursday’s game courtesy of the Greensboro Coliseum.

When you fill out your required info for leaving your comment/answer be sure to list your correct E-mail address so we can reach you in order to get you your tickets…..


  • Keeping It Real said,

    Jerry Eaves. Played at A&T. Coach of A&T. Asst 99-02. BTW in roman numerals, you can have no more than 3 of the same character consecutively, if I remember correctly.

  • Keeping It Real said,

    The reference above of 99-02 was meant to include that it was with the Hornets.

  • Keeping It Real said,

    Maybe 3X is a charm. After further consideration, I say Gene Littles as it looks like Jerry Eaves did not play college ball in GC.

  • Andy said,

    I think you are right on the Roman numerals call, but for the former Charlotte Hornets coach that played college ball in Guilford County and was once an assistant college coach here, it was not Eaves….

    Question is still open and you have to go back a little further.

  • Andy said,

    You got it and congrats for hanging in there. Please send me your mailing address to durhamandy@live.com and tickets go in the mail on Monday….

    (BTW, Mr. Eaves was an NCAA Champ as a player at Louisville with Scooter and Rodney McCray and ‘Never Nervous” Pervis Ellison, while Gene Littles was a star back at High Point College…..)