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2011-2012 season: Hornets lose a top 10 player and leader of the team, in Chris Paul. They struggle to find a owner for the franchise. They place 15th in the Western Conference. No idea what direction they are headed as they had no owner to make decisions. Only won 21 games and according to the percentages that still wouldnt be enough to land the best - or second best - player. A tough year for the Hornets and a tough road ahead, if you asked me.
May 30, 2012, The NBA Draft Lottery. The New Orleans Hornets, with a 13.7 percent chance at first pick, jumped from the fourth pick to the first pick. Overtaking the Bobcats (7 games won, 25% chance to win first pick) and basically tearing up the gameplan, as the first pick was a shoe-in. Chance, you call it?.. Magic?.. Conspiracy?.. Whatever term you decided to use when it happened, it happened. The Hornets now had the #1 pick and the team that was 'left for dead', now had a bit of life..
BEST OF MAXIM
The New Orleans Hornets are heading into training camp eager to see what Anthony Davis and several other new players can do.
Still, they will take a cautious approach with Eric Gordon's surgically repaired right knee. The Hornets say Gordon's participation in training camp will be limited because he's had soreness in his knee during voluntary offseason workouts.
Not the smartest play by Joshua Richardson who is the vice president of event presentation and broadcasting for the New Orleans Hornets this weekend at a Newark airport. Joshua was detained and charged with one count of criminal possession of a weapon and was released shortly after the incident.
Joshua claims that he had grabbed the his wife’s bag, instead of his own, and that...
Authorities say an executive with the NBA's New Orleans Hornets has been charged with criminal possession of a weapon after a handgun was found in his checked baggage at New Jersey's Newark Liberty International Airport.
The Transportation Security Administration says team vice president of event presentation and broadcasting Joshua Richardson was headed back to Louisiana...
An NBA executive was arrested after allegedly trying to carry a handgun onto a plane at Newark Liberty International Airport over the weekend, according to NJ.com.
Joshua Richardson, vice president of event presentation and broadcasting for the New Orleans Hornets, was trying to fly back to Louisiana on Friday when Transportation Security Administration agents found a .38-caliber...
CP3 doesn’t want us fans and media to worry about him dragging us through some egotistical non-sense come time for his free agency.
He wants to keep it quick, concise and casual.
“At the end of the season, I’ll evaluate everything. But it’s no secret. Everyone knows I love it here. I love our team, I love everything that’s going on.” - Chris Paul
The NBA has certainly done its part to help the New Orleans Hornets become relevant. Not always on purpose, either.
First, the league relinquished control of the franchise by selling it to Louisiana businessman Tom Benson, who also owns the NFLs New Orleans Saints.
Then, via dumb luck, the Hornets won the draft lottery and the rights to No. 1 overall pick Anthony Davis, a forward...
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Often in the NBA we speak of the freakishly tall athletes like JaVale McGee or Pau Gasol more than we muse about the shortened stature of vertically challenged athletes like Ty Lawson or Chris Paul. However, even their lack of height is nothing compared to Jamani Love who measures in at 4-feet and 5-inches [...]
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