The New Orleans Hornets were a bit shorthanded at the Hive on Friday night in their matchup with the Detroit Pistons. Rookie Anthony Davis sat out with a sprained shoulder, while top reserve and forward Jason Smith learned he'd miss the rest of the season with a torn labrum in his shoulder. Despite that, New Orleans "shouldered" the load, defeating the Pistons 100-95.
New Orleans' frontcourt of Anthony Davis, Robin Lopez, Al-Farouq Aminu, and Ryan Anderson combined for 67 points, 36 rebounds, and 10 blocks, on their way to a dominating 105-86 road victory over the Detroit Pistons.
Playing an early matinee game on MLK day did nothing to disrupt the offensive flow of the New Orleans Hornets. Ryan Anderson scored 27 off the bench, leading the Hornets to an authoritative 114-105 victory at the Hive.
New Orleans Hornets head coach Monty Williams said his team lost their identity Saturday night against the Golden State Warriors. After all, his team prides itself on defense. However, they found themselves neck deep in an offensive shootout last night, and in the end, they fell to...
New Orleans Hornets rookie Austin Rivers didn't pretend like Wednesday night's game in Boston versus the Celtics was just like any other game. His Father, Celtics coach Doc Rivers, would be competing against him. Austin and his teammates earned an impressive 90-78 victory Wednesday night, making the...
Anthony Davis (pictured) finished with 13 points and 8 rebounds, while Eric Gordon scored 22 for the New Orleans Hornets. It wasn't enough, as the New York Knicks reached 100 points, defeated the Hornets by 13. Carmelo Anthony...
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