Found February 18, 2012 on The New York Post:
There’s been little for the New Orleans Hornets to cheer about this season, but you wouldn’t have been able to tell that from watching them play the Knicks last night at the Garden. The Hornets, who entered last night’s game last in the Western Conference, harassed Jeremy...

Source: Hornets Resume Kaman Trade Talks

The Hornets are not shopping Chris Kaman, but would be open to trading him in the right deal, sources say.

New Orleans Hornets: Winners Of Two Straight, Will Head Into New York to Battle Lin and Knicks

Well for the first time since opening the season at 2-0 the New Orleans Hornets have come out victorious in their past two games to match that win streak.  Monday night they stormed to a huge lead then were able to hold off the Utah Jazz late for an 86-80 win.  They followed that with a close 92-89 thriller over the Milwaukee Bucks to improve to a mere 6-23 on the season. Against...

New Orleans Hornets (6-23) at New York Knicks (15-15), 8 p.m. (ET)

Some think New Orleans will try to put an end to the Lin- sanity that has engulfed New York City on Friday. Others think it will be Carmelo Anthony.

Ariza, Hornets halt Knicks winning streak

Jeremy Lin had 26 points, but the undermanned Hornets halted the Knicks' magical seven-game win streak with an 89-85 victory at MSG. Trevor Ariza had 25 points for New Orleans.
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