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.
Perhaps the struggling Sacramento Kings were just what the doctor ordered for the New Orleans Hornets, who went into Sunday night's game looking to snap a three game losing streak. Anthony Davis (pictured) reminded spectators that...
After playing solid ball for the first 11 minutes of the 4th quarter, the New Orleans Hornets held a 4 point lead with 55 seconds left. Poor defense and a late turnover allowed the Dallas Mavericks to steal the game at the Hive, defeating the Hornets 104-100. It was disappointing to...
Cleveland Cavaliers point guard Kyrie Irving scored more points in the 4th quarter than any member of the New Orleans Hornets scored in 4 quarters. In the end, it was too much as the Hornets fell in Cleveland by the score of 105-100. Hornets rookie Anthony Davis finished...
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.
New Orleans Hornets forward Ryan Anderson, the NBA leader in 3 pointers, will take part in the three-point shootout on All-Star weekend. Find out who else joins him, as well as who will be competing in the Slam Dunk contest.
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