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New Orleans Pelicans
By John Delong, The Sports Xchange CHARLOTTE, N.C. – It didn’t take long for Eric Gordon to make an impact on the New Orleans Hornets. In his season debut after missing the first 29 games with an injured right knee, Gordon led the way as the Hornets rallied from a 21-point first-half deficit and beat the Charlotte Bobcats 98-95. Gordon scored a game-high 24 points in 24 minutes off the bench, and was at his best down the stretch making plays and setting up others. He hit a huge 3-pointer, and set up Ryan Anderson for two others and Roger Mason another in the final six minutes. “I didn’t expect that kind of game right off the bat, but I certainly thought that he would be able to help guys and make guys better, and that’s what he did,” Hornets coach Monty Williams said. “Eric has that ability to make plays and make guys better.” “He made a huge difference,” Mason said. “He’s a big part of our team. He’s a presence out there even when he’s not scoring. When you’ve got sho
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Eric Gordon made his return to the lineup Saturday night. And for the better part of 24 minutes, he looked as if he'd never been away.
Gordon had 24 points and seven assists, helping the New Orleans Hornets overcome a 21-point first-half deficit and extend the Charlotte Bobcats' losing streak to 18 games with a 98-95 victory Saturday night.
The Bobcats are one game away...
New Orleans Hornets shooting guard Eric Gordon will make his much-anticipated season debut off the bench Saturday night against the reeling Charlotte Bobcats, losers of 17 straight games.
Gordon, who spent nearly two months in Los Angeles rehabilitating his sore right knee, will likely play about 25 minutes against the Bobcats, he said, as he gradually works back into game conditioning...
Charlotte Bobcats guard Ben Gordon and forward Hakim Warrick connected for a beautiful no-look, alley oop slam on Saturday night. The play occurred during the second quarter of their bout against the visiting New Orleans Hornets.Gordon displayed amazing awareness, court vision, and touch on the play, which resulted in 2 of Warrick's 12 points on the evening.Charlotte's commentators...
Last week, Charlotte Bobcats sideline reporter Stephanie Ready was trying to help sell some apparel from the team's website during a report from the Staples Center.Ready was trying to show off a team sweatshirt that had a special deal attached to it being held by a Bobcats fan.For some reason, the cameraman shooting the report didn't pan over right away to the shirt and Stephanie...
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) -- Eric Gordon had 24 points and seven assists, helping the New Orleans Hornets overcome a 21-point first-half deficit and extend the Charlotte Bobcats' losing streak to 18 games with a 98-95 victory Saturday night.
The Bobcats are one game away from a winless December. They haven't won since Nov. 24.
Gordon, who hadn't played since April 22 following...
Now that Eric Gordon has returned, the question becomes whether the veteran guard wants to remain with New Orleans.
I have a feeling hell learn to love it, an Eastern Conference executive told FOX Sports Ohio.
Gordon, 24, is a 6-foot-3 scorer. He was traded to the Hornets prior to the start of last season. Thats last season, kids. Not this one.
But a bum (and were talking major...
The Bobcats’ 21-point lead in the second quarter was like a violent bout of diarrhea: explosive and cathartic but with a very messy ending. At least we’ll always have that second quarter. Ahead by 3 against the Hornets, the Bobcats raced to a 10-point lead to start the second. Then Michael Kidd-Gilchrist scored 12 of [...]
Well, MKG is developing well, and he showed up his old college teammate tonight...so I guess that's a bright spot...
Oh boy! It’s one of those games nobody in sports journalism cares about! ESPN’s presence will be limited to a guy in a ratty t-shirt that interned for them in 2002. Nobody cares. That is of course, unless you’re a fan of one or both teams. Truth be told...
If they hope to finally snap their lengthy skid, the Charlotte Bobcats must find a way to be more competitive on the road.
For the Chicago Bulls, back-to-back games against two of the NBA's bottom feeders might be just what they needed to get back on track.
The Bobcats will try to avoid their 19th consecutive loss on Monday night when they visit the Bulls, who have won five...
By Nick Parker
CHARLOTTE, N.C. When a team has lost 18 games in a row like the Charlotte Bobcats, the manner of losing varies. But the frustration doesnt as each additional loss seemingly acts as another brick added to a building wall of pressure.
As Kemba Walker sat in the locker room still in uniform 30 minutes after the game with a towel draped over his...