Found February 20, 2013 on
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The New Orleans Hornets are open to trading Eric Gordon.
ESPN's Chris Broussard reported that Gordon is "available," but unlikely to be moved because other clubs are "concerned about EG's health going forward."
Yahoo Sports' Marc Spears reported that the Hornets Pelicans will "explore potential deals for him during the off-season." So don't look for anything to happen anytime soon.
Sources: New Orleans has made Eric Gordon available for trade. Trade not likely though as clubs concerned about EG's health going forward.
— Chris Broussard (@Chris_Broussard) February 20, 2013
Photo: Eric Gordon's Twitter.
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Eric Gordon had made a big deal in the off-season that he wanted to say adios to New Orleans, and hello to Phoenix. Obviously, that didn’t happen, but his name has popped up in trade rumors via John Reid of NOLA.com. Sources confirm the Hornets would be interested in any trade deal with the Golden [...]The post NBA Rumor: New Orleans Hornets, Golden State Warriors Discussing Eric...
The Hornets are expected to keep Eric Gordon through the trade deadline.
Eric Gordon tried to leave the franchise in the offseason for the Suns with a four-year, $58 million offer sheet that the Hornets matched.
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Nate Robinson, who lost his title of “Only Washington Husky To Win The Slam Dunk Contest” over All-Star Weekend, was back in action with the Chicago Bulls on Tuesday, taking on the New Orleans Hornets in the Big Easy. Before the Bulls arrived at New Orleans Arena, some slight modifications were made to the visitor’s locker room in order to accommodate the diminutive guard ...
Reports indiciate that Hornets’ guard, Eric Gordon is available and that the team is interested in a deal that would bring Klay Thompson to New Orleans. The Warriors have shown no mutual interest in any such offer.
According to the Times-Picayune:
Sources confirm the Hornets would be interested in any trade deal with the Golden State Warriors that would include second-year shooting...
Anthony Davis did not play much for most of his first month or so in the NBA thanks to some injuries. As a result I think the Hornets have made a point to hold back on his minutes as he gets acclimated to the pro game.
He is still having a solid rookie season with 12.5 points and 7.5 boards a game in just under 28 minutes a game. It isn't going to make him competitive for...
Since the NBA had the night off last night, we here at Outside the Boxscore were devoid of any professional slam dunks.
However, today is another day and New Orleans Hornets center Anthony Davis provided us with a good effort against the Chicago Bulls.
Watch as the first pick of the 2012 NBA Draft throws down a one-handed dunk from teammate Greivis Vasquez:
The New Orleans Hornets made some modifications to their locker room before the Chicago Bulls arrived. Instead of the normal sized locker, 5’9” Nate Robinson, got some modifications to his from the Hornets Pelicans’ ball boy.
The ball boy got word that @nate_robinson was coming to play the Hornets . So he gave him his own special… instagr.am/p/V8DBKuxkOK/
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It’s been an unusual NBA trade deadline week in that there have been zero deals completed with less than 24 hours to go. But that doesn’t mean the rumors haven’t been abundant, mainly potential blockbusters centering around Dwight Howard and Josh Smith. Locally speaking, on Tuesday we shared the rumor that the Warriors might trade a couple of their minimum-salary players to...
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The Cavs return from the All-Star break with the idea of actually winning. Not that they havent been trying before, but sometimes, all a young team needs is the excitement of All-Star weekend (which four of the Cavs starters received) to get a fresh perspective on what it takes to be great. The Hornets are expected to be without starting guard Eric Gordon, who will sit...
Though the ESPN trucks are rolling into Cleveland for the team’s first nationally televised game of the season, the New Orleans Hornets will be without star shooting guard Eric Gordon who continues to have issues with his troublesome knee.
“It might be painful for awhile,” Gordon said on Tuesday. “If there’s no fracture then I feel like I need to play.”
Being the second...