Found March 01, 2012 on
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A month ago, the Hornets sent Chris Kaman home so they could find a suitable trade partner for him and simultaneously get some minutes for young guys like Al-Farouq Aminu, Jason Smith and Gustavo Ayon. The San Antonio Spurs reportedly were interested in Kaman, but the Hornets were asking too much in return.
It now seems things have changed. ESPN's Chris Broussard reports the price for Kaman has come down greatly in the last month.
"Kaman will almost certainly be moved. New Orleans has no use for him and simply wants to get something -- even if it's just a second-round draft pick -- for him, according to sources. A month ago, when the Hornets told Kaman to stay home and wait to be traded, they were asking for a young player, a draft pick and an expiring contract. Now, their aspirations aren't so lofty. Golden State, Houston and Miami have interest in Kaman."
This is both good news and bad news. It's good news because the Spurs didn't have the asset...
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Plenty of names will be floated around in the next week-plus as the NBA trade deadline approaches on March 15th. Over the next week, I am going to take a look at which players are likely to be dealt and what teams might be interested in acquiring said player. Earlier this season, the New Orleans Hornets put Chris Kaman on the trade block and will almost certainly move him in...
Chris Kaman had 20 points and 13 rebounds, Jarrett Jack hit a key basket down the stretch and the New Orleans Hornets beat the Dallas Mavericks 97-92 on Friday night.
The Hornets led for the entire second half but did not secure the win until Jack hit a leaning jumper with 17.9 seconds left, giving them a 93-89 lead. Xavier Henry added a season-high 19 points off the bench. Jack...
NEW ORLEANS (AP) -- Chris Kaman had 20 points and 13 rebounds, Jarrett Jack hit a key basket down the stretch and the New Orleans Hornets beat the Dallas Mavericks 97-92 on Friday night.
The Hornets led for the entire second half but did not secure the win until Jack hit a leaning jumper with 17.9 seconds left, giving them a 93-89 lead. Xavier Henry added a season-high 19 points...
The Hornets have been using Jarrett Jack off the bench to bring stability to an inexperienced second unit.
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The second half of the NBA season got under way last night and the Bulls vs. Heat debate is in full force. Miami and Chicago sit atop the Eastern Conference and there isn't much debate that one of them will make it to the finals. Last night the Bulls started their second half of the season with a win over the Hornets capped off by a huge Carlos Boozer dunk on Chris Kaman...
NBA commissioner David Stern confirmed that the New Orleans Hornetswere in the process of being sold to a group led by former NBA player andex-coach for the Los Angeles Clippers, Mike Dunleavy. While businessmen RajBhathal and Larry Benson are the principal investors of the group seeking topurchase the Hornets, Dunleavy has been the principal negotiator for the group.Dunleavy isn’t...
Posted: Jan. 30, 2011
Heading to Phoenix, the New Orleans Hornets need to make sure there are no lingering effects after their longest winning streak of the season ended.
Coming off their first loss in three weeks, the Hornets look to bounce back while trying to avoid a third straight defeat to the Suns on Sunday night.
New Orleans (31-17) was in position to set a franchise...
The New Orleans Hornets almost unseated one of the best teams in the NBA last night in Chicago and will return to the Big Easy this evening in hopes of bouncing back versus the Toronto Raptors.
Posted: Oct. 29, 2008
Mutli-platinum selling R&B artist, Brian McKnight, will sing the national anthem when the Suns take on the New Orleans Hornets in the team’s home opener on Thursday, October 30 at US Airways Center. Tip-off is set for 7:30 p.m. In addition, McKnight will be the featured halftime performer.
McKnight is currently working on a variety of projects including...
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NEW ORLEANS (CP) Linas Kleiza and Demar DeRozan scored 21 points apiece and the Toronto Raptors rallied to beat the New Orleans Hornets 95-84 on Wednesday night.