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Saturday Sit-Down with Andy Cook, stage manager for Hornets game operations

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He's one of the people behind the curtain at Time Warner Cable Arena and he accompanied the Hornets to China.

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Andy Cook is one of many people who work to make the game experience at Time Warner Cable Arena one of the best in the NBA for Charlotte Hornets fans. He also accompanied the team to China. He gives us an inside look at the trip, the origins of Frank Kaminksky's dance moves and a funny Chris Paul story. He also shares what it takes to bring up the lights on a Hornets home game.

PLUS, Doug recaps the final two games of the Hornets' preseason action. Tune in live Tuesday at 6 p.m. and get ready for the start of the Hornets 2015-16 season.

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