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Pro Sports Daily:
New Orleans Pelicans
CHICAGO -- New Orleans may not have a reputation for being a hard-nosed, physical team. But the Hornets
went into Chicago on Saturday and beat one of the league's better defensive squads at its own game. New Orleans limited the Bulls to 33 percent shooting and pulled off a surprising 89-82 victory over
Chicago at the United Center. "We don't get a lot of credit or notoriety for being a physical team, but that's something we've prided
ourselves on since I've been here," Hornets coach Monty Williams said. "I don't think we outworked them. I
think the ball came our way a few times. It was just a major battle in that paint." New Orleans played without No. 1 overall draft pick Anthony Davis, who suffered a concussion in Friday's
win over Utah, and shooting guard Eric Gordon, who will miss several weeks with a knee injury. This was a physical, defensive contest throughout. The Hornets built a 10-point lead midway through th...
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Hornets head coach Monty Williams blasted the NBA for its concussion policy after Anthony Davis was unable to travel with the team.
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NEW ORLEANS (AP) -- Anthony Davis, the overall No. 1 draft pick of the New Orleans, has left Friday night's game against Utah and is being tested for a possible concussion and will not return.
Davis had eight points -- all on dunks in the first half -- six rebounds and two blocks. He was injured with 4:51 left in the first half. The Hornets released an official statement that...
CLEVELAND - Don't shed any tears for the Chicago Bulls. Sure, they are missing their best player, point guard Derrick Rose, who is recovering from a torn ACL. But this is still a formidable opponent. Just ask the Cleveland Cavaliers. The Bulls annihilated the Cavs on Friday, winning 115-86 before a sell-out crowd at Quicken Loans Arena. Chicago (2-0) has beaten the Cavs...
Anthony Davis has been unable to travel with the New Orleans Hornets this weekend after he was inadvertently elbowed in the head by teammate Austin Rivers during Friday’s win over the Utah Jazz. This has annoyed Hornets coach Monty Williams, because Davis supposedly feels fine but has to undergo a series of tests before he is cleared to return to the team, per NBA policy.
New Orleans Hornets coach Monty Williams blasted the NBA's protocols for determining when a player can return from a concussion, a day after No. 1 draft pick Anthony Davis suffered a mild one.
Williams unloaded before Saturday's game against the Chicago Bulls, saying the league is treating ''everybody like they have white gloves and pink drawers.'' He says...
Let’s head to the Windy City to see the local media covering the CHICAGO BULLS. Newspaper- Chicago is a two newspaper town, with both the Sun Times and the Tribune serving the city. Both papers’ online sports pages provide comprehensive coverage of the Bulls. Both also have space dedicated to the team. The Sun Times utilize
NEW ORLEANS (AP) -- Greivis Vasquez hit a driving layup with 1.3 seconds left, leading New Orleans to an 88-86 victory over the Utah Jazz on Friday night even though the Hornets played without rookie center Anthony Davis for the second half.
Davis, the No. 1 overall pick in the draft, left with 4:51 to play in the first half after taking an inadvertent elbow to the temple from fellow...
Richard Hamilton and Carlos Boozer each scored 19 points and the Chicago Bulls routed the Cleveland Cavaliers 115-86 on Friday night.
Nate Robinson added 16 points and 12 assists for the Bulls, who led the entire game after Boozer hit a jumper 23 seconds in. Chicago made 14 of 19 from the field in the first quarter and led 36-16 with 10:34 remaining in the second.
The Bulls shot...
It was an ugly, ugly game.
Well, that sure was discouraging.
I wasn’t expecting much from the Cavs on Friday night. While I enjoyed the Cavs opening night win against the Wizards, the Bulls are an entirely different basketball beast. The Bulls have veteran players who know what they’re doing on both ends of the floor. Chicago is patient on offense and they move the ball to...
NEW ORLEANS -- With rookie sensation Anthony Davis in the locker room nursing a concussion, Greivis Vasquez turned the corner for a driving layup with 1.3 seconds left to lift the New Orleans Hornets to an 88-86 victory over the Utah Jazz Friday night. Vasquez's layup came after Paul Millsap nailed a 3-pointer from the right baseline to tie the game, 86-86, with 7.1 seconds...
NBA-TV made some history on the NBA's opening night thanks in part to the San Antonio Spurs-New Orleans Hornets game. NBA-TV showed a double-header showcasing not only the Spurs-Hornets but the Blazers-Lakers game which averaged 758,000 viewers who tuned in. This marked the networks most-viewed opening night.
For the Spurs-Hornets game, it averaged 638,000 viewers according...