Found January 01, 2012 on Fox Sports:
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Coming off one of the worst shooting performances in their history and facing the possibility of playing without Eric Gordon for a third straight game, the New Orleans Hornets could use a reprieve. Their next opponent may bring them one. The Hornets look to bounce back from an ugly loss Sunday when they visit the struggling Sacramento Kings. New Orleans (2-1) started the post-Chris Paul era in fine form with victories over Phoenix and Boston, but had an awful performance in a 93-78 home loss to the Suns on Friday, shooting 28.9 percent - the second-lowest mark in franchise history - and scoring only 33 points after halftime. It was the second straight game for New Orleans without Gordon, who bruised his knee in the season opener and is still listed as day to day while the Hornets try to be cautious with him. Gordon was acquired in the trade that sent Paul to Los Angeles Clippers. Acquired in the trade that sent Paul to the Los Angeles Clippers, Gordon had 20 points including th...
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