Who are the best Hornets and Bobcats players to wear each jersey number in Charlotte history?
There are a handful of numbers 1-55 that haven't been worn and 88 being the only number worn higher than 55.
Let's take a look:
Three players have worn the double zeroes in Charlotte history and Parish is easily the most accomplished.
The former Celtics 4x NBA champion and 9x all-star spent the 1994-96 seasons in Charlotte and only averaged under five points per game in two seasons before he retired in 1997.
Bridges has only played with the Hornets for a season-and-a-half but his high-flying dunks and high potential already make him the best player to wear number zero.
A lot of good players have worn number one in Charlotte's history but Bogues' impact gives him the nod.
As the shortest player in NBA history, Bogues was a part of some of the most successful Hornets teams and is a Charlotte icon.
Johnson played with the Hornets from 1992-96 and was a two-time all-star and was named first-team All-NBA in 1993.
Johnson was the team's first star and helped them make the playoffs for the first time.
"Crash" is the greatest Bobcat ever.
Wallace was the Bobcats first-ever all-star and was named to the all-defensive team in 2010.
His 17.2 points per game in the 2000-01 season was his best year.
Campbell arrived in Charlotte as a part of the Glen Rice trade in 1999 and had 3.5 solid seasons with the team before they moved to New Orleans.
He averaged 13.5 points and 7.7 rebounds per game in Charlotte and was a part of three playoff appearances for the Hornets.
Jones was a focal part of the trade for Glen Rice in 1999 and he made his mark in Charlotte despite only playing there for two seasons.
He was named an all-star starter in 1999-00 after averaging 20.1 points, 4.8 rebounds and 2.7 steals per game.
The 2.7 steals led the league that year.
Tripucka was the first player to ever wear the Hornets uniform and his 22.6 points per game in 1988-89 was one of the best seasons by any player in Charlotte history.
He wore number 0 in his first stint with the team.
Biyombo is a solid rebounder and defender and has been a reliable backup center with the occasional start for Charlotte.
Henderson was the 2009 12th overall pick and put up solid numbers during his six seasons with the team.
He averaged at least 15 points per game from 2011-13 and was a starter during the Bobcats 2013-14 playoff appearance.
Bogans was a defensive stopper and averaged 9.6 points per game, the highest of his career, during his one season with Charlotte in 2004-05.
McRoberts only spent a season-and-a-half with the Bobcats but his 2013-14 campaign consisted of 78 starts averaging 8.5 points, 4.8 rebounds and 4.3 assists per game as Charlotte made the playoffs.
Howard was one of the best centers in the 2010s and his year-long stint from 2017-18 in Charlotte was still one of the more dominant seasons by a Hornets center.
Howard reportedly caused some locker room issues but he started all 81 games he played and averaged 16.6 points and 12.5 rebounds per game.
However, Gill was the more talented player during his 1990-93 stint with the team.
His best season with Charlotte was when he averaged 20.5 points per game in the 1991-92 campaign.
The late Anthony Mason was one of the toughest players in NBA history and his three seasons with the Hornets from 1996-00 were no different.
Anthony averaged 13.5 points and 10 rebounds per game with Charlotte.
Mason was named third-team all-defense in 1997.
No question here. Arguably the greatest Hornet of all-time, the franchise all-time leading scorer and is one of two players in team history to be named All-NBA.
He played 61 games that year.
Plumlee brings recent bad memories for Hornets fans as one of the worst trades in team history.
He is the only player to wear 18 and only played in 13 games after arriving in Charlotte in February 2017.
He was eventually traded for Dwight Howard.
Bell was traded to Charlotte in 2008 and immediately became a contributor for the Bobcats.
He averaged 13 points and 4.0 rebounds in 45 games and 44 starts with Charlotte.
Felton didn't live up to the high expectations of Chris Paul and Deron Williams who were drafted before him but he is the best player to wear 20 for Charlotte.
He averaged 10.5 points in 24 minutes per game.
Newman played for the Hornets from 1990-93 and averaged a career-best 16.9 points per game his first year with the team.
Newman was the team's starting small forward for 181 of the 218 games he played and was a key contributor for the 1992-93 playoff team.
The electrifying dunks that Richardson threw down were some of his most memorable moments but in two years with the Bobcats he averaged 20.2 points in 96 games. That included a career-high 38.4 minutes per game.
Mashburn averaged 20.1 points, 7.6 rebounds and 5.4 assists per game in his first season with the Hornets in 2000-01.
In the playoffs that year, he averaged 24.9 points per game and helped Charlotte make the semifinals.
Unfortunately, he became an all-star when the team had already moved to New Orleans.
Big Al helped change the Bobcats/Hornets franchise in the mid-2010s and is the greatest free-agent acquisition in team history.
Ellis is the only player to wear 28. He played 50 games in the 1993-94 season.
Who else? Curry is one of the most recognizable faces in Hornets history and can now be seen on the sidelines for Fox Sports before and after every game.
Curry played with the original Hornets from 1988-98 and was named Sixth Man Of The Year in 1994.
Diaw's time with Charlotte didn't end on great terms but he was a key contributor for the Bobcats 2010-11 playoff team.
In three seasons with Charlotte, Diaw averaged 11.2 points and 5.3 rebounds in 260 games.
The 7x NBA all-star and 1992 No. 2 overall pick spent 1992-95 with the Hornets and is right behind Walker when it comes to the team's best players ever.
Mourning has the greatest shot in team history when he hit a buzzer-beater to beat the Boston Celtics in Game 4 of the 1993 first-round playoffs to advance and he averaged 21.3 points per game during his Charlotte tenure.
Yikes. Morrison is known for being one of the biggest draft busts in NBA history and sadly, he is the best player to wear 35 for Charlotte.
Morrison averaged a respectable 11.8 points per game as a rookie but shot just 37 percent from the field. He then tore his ACL and went on to be the Bobcats biggest draft bust ever.
He did win two rings with the Lakers later on.
Tolbert is the only Hornet to wear this number. It was during his second stint with the team in 1994.
Zeller is the longest-tenured player on the current Hornets team and has been a solid center for Charlotte since being drafted fourth-overall in 2013.
Rice was brought to Charlotte in the Mourning trade and went on to be one of the Hornets greatest players ever.
Rice's best season came in 1996-96 when he averaged 26.8 points per game and he was a 3x all-star with Charlotte, including being named the all-star game MVP in 1997.
There hasn't been a good batch of players to wear number 43, so Tolliver gets the honor thanks to a respectable 64 games with the Bobcats in 2013-14.
Coleman played with the Hornets from 1999-01, which was past his prime, but still averaged 12.6 points, 7.6 rebounds and 1.1 blocks per game in Charlotte.
Gilliam played just 85 games with the Hornets from 1989-91 but averaged a career-best 19.8 points and 9.4 rebounds per game in 1990.
The former center averaged 10.5 points per game in 204 games with the Hornets.
In 2001-02, Nailon averaged 10.8 points in 24.2 minutes per game and participated in the NBA Rising Stars game.
Wingate was a reliable reserve for the Hornets from 1992-95 and was a part of Charlotte's 1993 and 95' playoff teams.
Williams is the only player to wear 88 and only played five games for the Bobcats in 2007.