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Hornets Whip Warriors 102-87
The New Orleans Hornets put together one of their most impressive performances of the season Wednesday night in Oakland, whipping the Golden State Warriors 102-87. Former Warrior and current Hornet Marco Belinelli (pictured above) scored 22 points and dished out 6 assists for the winning team.
Hornets Beat Nets Behind Big 4th Quarter
Going into Saturday night's matchup with the New Jersey Nets, the Hornets had only one win this year when trailing after 3 quarters. Last night, they were down 12 heading into the 4th, but remained poised. Clutch shooting and superb defense paid big dividends as New Orleans earned a 102-94 victory.
Nuggets Knock Off Hornets 110-97
The New Orleans Hornets lost their 4th straight Friday night after falling on the road to the Denver Nuggets by the score of 110-97. Hornet power forward Lance Thomas led the fleur-de-bees in scoring with a career-high 18.
Blazers Smoke Hornets 86-74
The New Orleans Hornets began a 4 game road trip with a loss Monday night to the Portland Trail Blazers. A measly 10 point 3rd quarter doomed the Hornets on their way to an 86-74 loss.
Raptors Rip Hornets 95-84
Playing in their first home game in 16 days, the New Orleans Hornets played like a heavy road underdog to the lowly Toronto Raptors. As a result, they fell to 8-27 on the season. Hornet shooting guard Marco Belinelli (pictured above) scored 20 points in defeat.
Hornets Beat Cavs 89-84
The New Orleans Hornets collected their 3rd road win in the last week after beating the Cleveland Cavaliers Wednesday night by the score of 89-84. It was the third game in three nights for the fleur-de-bees, making the victory that much more impressive. Chris Kaman finished with a double-double, scoring 21 points and pulling down 13 boards.
Thunder End Hornets Win Streak
The New Orleans Hornets 3 game winning streak was snapped Monday night in Oklahoma City against the Thunder with a 101-93 defeat. Despite trailing by 22 at the half, the scrappy Hornets pulled to within 6 with less than a minute to go in regulation.
Hornets End Knicks Win Streak And Continue Their Own
Despite all the Linsanity, the New Orleans Hornets walked into Madison Square Garden Friday night and linded the Knicks 7 game winning streak, beating New York 89-85. Despite several key injuries and three players on 10 day contracts, New Orleans has won 3 in a row.
Hornets Win Second Straight
After losing 23 of 25 games, the New Orleans Hornets have won two in a row. Marco Belinelli (pictured above) made a career-high six 3-pointers to lead the Hornets past the Milwaukee Bucks by the score of 92-89. Chris Kaman and Gustavo Ayon both chipped in with double-doubles.
Hornets Sting Jazz 86-80
With only 9 healthy players in uniform Monday night, the New Orleans Hornets defeated the Utah Jazz 86-80. Starting Center Emeka Okafor missed the game with a sore left knee. Chris Kaman started in his place and had his best game as a Hornet, finishing with 27 points, 13 rebounds, 2 assists, 2 steals, and 1 block.

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