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Hawks Handle Hornets
Hawks Handle Hornets
The New Orleans Hornets followed their best performance of the season with their worst. After defeating the Orlando Magic by 26 on Friday, the Hornets were handled at home by the Atlanta Hawks Sunday night by the score of 94-72. New Orleans shot a dismal 37.5% from the field.
Hornets Win Playoff Opener
Hornets Win Playoff Opener
The Hornets defeated the Lakers in L.A. Sunday 109-100. With the win, New Orleans takes an early 1-0 lead in the best of seven playoff series. Chris Paul was simply incredible, scoring 33 points, dishing out 14 assists, pulling down 7 rebounds, and swiping 4 steals. Check out the rest of Scott's blog on yesterday's upset win.
Hornets Fall In Home Finale
Hornets Fall In Home Finale
Playing in front of a pathetic crowd of 12,558, the Hornets lost their regular season home finale on Monday night, falling to the Jazz 90-78. New Orleans shot a putrid 37.8% from the field. The Hornets (46-35) now hold the eighth seed in the Western Conference, a half game behind Memphis (46-34) and 1 1/2 games behind Portland (46-33).
Appreciate The Moment Hornet Fans
Appreciate The Moment Hornet Fans
If you're a Hornet fan, chances are, you think about all the uncertainty of the future. Will there be an NBA lockout? Will David West recover from his knee injury? Will he opt out, resign, or test free agency? Will Chris Paul want to stick around New Orleans after next season? You might also have questions about the past. What if Marcus Thornton wasn't traded? What if Gary Chouest purchased the team? At the moment, the Hornets are in the postseason. Enjoy the present.

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