When thinking about the Charlotte Hornets/Bobcats, names like Kemba Walker, Larry Johnson, Muggsy Bogues, Dell Curry and Gerald Wallace are some of the first to come to mind.
There have also been a lot of notable players that came and went through Charlotte.
Most recently, former all-star Dwight Howard was a big name that's tenure in the Queen City didn't last too long.
But who are some of the most notable/recognizable names that played in Charlotte but the average fan might not remember because of how short their tenure was?
Here is a look at 10 of the most notable that you may have forgotten passed through Charlotte, in alphabetical order:
The 1991 No. 2 overall pick had a solid 15-year career including an all-star appearance in 1994.
Known for his time with the New Jersey Nets in the '90s, Anderson was traded to Charlotte in 1997 in a package for Kendall Gill.
Charlotte acquired Belinelli from the Sacramento Kings in a trade prior to that season, and he played in 74 games, becoming a key sixth-man for a Hornets team made the playoffs.
Bennett's NBA career lasted three years in Charlotte.
Chandler played in 51 games, starting 27, and was a part of the Bobcats first-ever playoff appearance.
Instead of letting him play out the final year of his contract, Charlotte traded Chandler to the Dallas Mavericks for Erick Dampier, Matt Carroll, Eduardo Najera and cash considerations.
Chandler went on to become a key factor in the Mavericks 2011 championship run.
Before he became known for bouncing from team to team, Dudley was drafted by the Bobcats in the first round of the 2007 draft.
Dudley averaged just under six points per game in a season-and-a-half with Charlotte before getting traded to Phoenix in 2008 as a part of the Raja Bell and Boris Diaw trade.
After spending the first seven seasons of his career in Washington where was named a 1996 all-star, Howard became a journeyman and signed with the Bobcats during the 2008-09 season.
Howard played 42 games in Charlotte, starting two, averaging 4.1 points per game.
Lee, a career journeyman but solid role player was traded to Charlotte at the 2016 trade deadline and he would average 8.9 points as the team's starting shooting guard for the rest of the season.
The Hornets made the playoffs and took the Miami Heat to seven games with Lee playing 36.7 minutes per game during the series.
Known for his time with the Sacramento Kings, Miller signed with the Hornets in 1998 as an undrafted free agent.
He had some big games, scoring 25 points on 9-9 shooting in March of 1999.
What most people don't remember is that Parish spent two of his final three years in the league with the Charlotte Hornets.
Parish was way past his prime at the age of 41 but signed with the Hornets in 1994 and played in the Queen City until 1996.
Parish was the backup to Alonzo Mourning for those two seasons.
Acquired by the Hornets at the 2015 trade deadline, Williams immediately had to step into the starting point guard role when Kemba Walker went down with an injury.
Williams started 14 games and was named the Eastern Conference Player of the Week in March after leading Charlotte to a 4-0 record while averaging 19.5 points and 10.8 assists in 35.5 minutes played.