The NBA’s new jenwoods house is set to become the home of the Charlotte Hornets, who have officially become the first NBA franchise to have its home named after a person.
The new home, which the Hornets announced Wednesday, is named after former NBA center and current Hornets coach, jen Wood, who died in 2013.
Wood played his final NBA game in Charlotte on Oct. 26, 2014.
The team named the new home after Wood, Hornets owner and CEO Rich Cho and Wood family member, Johnnie Cochran.
Chorran died last month.
The Hornets have a team practice facility in Charlotte and a practice facility for the Charlotte Skyline Basketball Club, and they also have an office and practice facility on the team’s campus.
The new jennys new home will be named after Wood.
The team’s first home, the old New York Knicks’ practice facility, will be demolished in the next two years and will be rebuilt into a luxury hotel.
The Hornets announced that the team will renovate the new jellys new arena to include a rooftop bar and restaurants.
The arena will also include an expanded basketball court and a new indoor court.