It was perhaps the best performance of the year for the New Orleans Hornets. After the biggest comeback in franchise history Wednesday night, the Hornets followed it up with a dominant beatdown Friday evening of a Utah Jazz team that has had their number the last few years.
Chris Paul is playing a career low in minutes this season, averaing 34.4 a game. Hornets head coach Monty Williams wanted to cut back Paul's career average of 37.1 minutes game to keep Paul from burning out late in the year, and prevent a setback to his surgically repaired knee. Minutes aren't the only stat that's taken a hit on Paul's stat sheet.
Wednesday night at the Hive, Chris Paul, Marco Belinelli, David West, and the rest of the Hornets did not look distracted by the ownership issues surrounding the Hornets. Instead, they looked focused in a dominant 93-74 victory.
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