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NEW ORLEANS (AP) -- Jordan Crawford scored 26 points and the Washington Wizards spoiled the return of overall No. 1 pick Anthony Davis, beating the New Orleans Hornets 77-70 on Tuesday night.
Bradley Beal added 15 points for the Wizards, who trailed by as many as 13 and never led until the fourth quarter. Washington won for the first time on the road after losing its first eight.
Ryan Anderson led New Orleans with 17 points but did not score in the second half, missing all nine of his shots after going 7 of 12 in the first half. Davis, who missed 11 games with a stress reaction in his left ankle, had 13 points and seven rebounds.
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New Orleans Hornets rookie and top overall draft pick Anthony Davis has been cleared to return to action on Tuesday night against the Washington Wizards.
Davis has missed 11 games because of what trainers called a stress reaction in his left ankle, a condition which could have led to a fracture if not rested and treated.
The rookie out of Kentucky was off to a strong start to his...
Anthony Davis has had an injury-prone rookie season. He suffered a concussion early in the season that caused him to miss time, and now he has missed the New Orleans' Hornets last 11 games with a sprained ankle. However, the number one overall pick is nearing return. He could play tonight against the Washington Wizards.If Davis cannot return tonight, he will probably return...
New Orleans Hornets rookie forward Anthony Davis will play Tuesday night against the Washington Wizards for the first time since a Nov. 17 game against the Milwaukee Bucks. Davis, the No. 1 pick in the June NBA draft, missed 11 consecutive games with a stress reaction in his left ankle.
Hornets Coach Monty Williams said after the team’s shootaround that Davis will come off...
Wednesday Wizards Report Give Wizards fans a real present this Christmas When December rolls around the general public gets in the holiday mood and starts spreading holiday cheer. For us Wizards fans though, December has brought some painful times. You have to go all the way back to the 2007-2008 season to see the last time we had a winning record at this point in December. And...
Jordan Crawford scored 26 points and the Washington Wizards spoiled the return of overall No. 1 pick Anthony Davis, beating the New Orleans Hornets 77-70 on Tuesday night.
Bradley Beal added 15 points for the Wizards, who trailed by as many as 13 and never led until the fourth quarter. Washington won for the first time on the road after losing its first eight away from home this...
As much as Washington Wizards fans would love to see John Wall back on the court, the team's star point guard is nowhere near a return. This is bad news for a club that can't seem to buy a win. Wall, who is battling a stress injury to his right knee, has to be more disappointed than anyone. He should have been back by now. According to Chuck Gormley of CSN Washington...
The New Orleans Hornets are 5-14, have lost eight of their last ten and have been outscored by an average of over seven points per game in those ten games. So things aren't going very well. Good news awaits, however, the New Orleans Time-Picayune is reporting that Davis practiced Monday and could be back as early as Tuesday (H/T to SB Nation).
So what do we make of the soon...
Apparently Doc Rivers was too busy being the head coach of the Boston Celtics to teach his son some valuable lessons in life.
Doc's son Austin Rivers, who plays guard for the New Orleans Hornets (soon to be Pelicans?) has a tough time shopping for groceries, and apparently can't parallel park. If we can take anything from this video it may be showing us that the driving...
New Orleans Hornets owner Tom Benson thought that it was time to mix it up. In hopes of generating excitement for his basketball franchise, he decided to give back the “Hornets” nickname to Charlotte and change the team name to […]
Commercials aired during Tuesday night’s New Orleans Hornets vs. Washington Wizards game for Elimination Chamber and it said The Rock would be there. The Elimination Chamber pay-per-view takes place on February 17th from the New Orleans Arena.
The arena went ahead with advertising The Rock in hopes of boosting ticket sales when they go on sale this weekend. WWE is still not advertising...
– The Rock was featured in an ad that aired locally during the New Orleans Hornets NBA game for WWE Elimination Chamber, which takes place February 17th at the New Orleans Arena. No word on whether he will compete or just make an appearance.
– The following matches were taped for Wednesday’s WWE Main Event:
* Ryback vs. Alberto Del Rio
* Justin Gabriel & Tyson Kidd vs. 3MB