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Hornets Pick Up Option On Marco Belinelli
The New Orleans Hornets picked up their team option of starting shooting guard Marco Belinelli today. Belinelli's option is worth $3.377 next year. Hornets backup power forward Jason Smith's option was not picked up by the team, making him an unrestricted free agent.
Aaron Gray Opts Out Too
David West wasn't the only Hornet big man to opt out of his contract. New Orleans backup Center Aaron Gray exercised his player option in the final year of his Hornets deal, and will become a free agent.
Hornets Return Home For Game 3
After spending 5 days in Los Angeles, the Hornets return home to New Orleans for Game 3 of their first round playoff series versus the Lakers. Tip-off tonight is set for 8:30 at a soldout Hive.
Hornets Fall In Game 2
The Hornets will return to New Orleans tied 1-1 with the L.A. Lakers in the best-of-seven playoff series. New Orleans missed a golden opportunity to go up 2-0, but fell to the Lakers Wednesday night 87-78. Trevor Ariza led all scorers with 22 points.
Gray’s Status Uncertain
Hornets big man Aaron Gray is questionable for Wednesday night's playoff matchup with the Lakers. The Hornet Center, who had a sensational game in Sunday's win, sprained his ankle with 1:07 left in regulation.
Hornets Win Playoff Opener
The Hornets defeated the Lakers in L.A. Sunday 109-100. With the win, New Orleans takes an early 1-0 lead in the best of seven playoff series. Chris Paul was simply incredible, scoring 33 points, dishing out 14 assists, pulling down 7 rebounds, and swiping 4 steals. Check out the rest of Scott'…
Hornets To Face Lakers In Playoffs
The NBA playoff matchups are now set. With the Lakers overtime win over the Kings Wednesday night, they secured the 2 seed, setting up a matchup with the 7 seeded New Orleans Hornets.
Hornets Rest Players, Lose In Dallas
In their regular season finale in Dallas, the Hornets played a solid first half, leading the Mavericks 61-58. The second half was a different story, as New Orleans rested key players and only scored 28 second half points. The result was a dominant 121-89 victory for the Mavericks.
Hornets Fall In Home Finale
Playing in front of a pathetic crowd of 12,558, the Hornets lost their regular season home finale on Monday night, falling to the Jazz 90-78. New Orleans shot a putrid 37.8% from the field. The Hornets (46-35) now hold the eighth seed in the Western Conference, a half game behind Memphis (46-34) and…

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