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West Out For Season
David West is officially out for the season with a torn ACL. The injury occured last night when his left knee buckled late in regulation in an eventual overtime victory over Utah.
Hornets Win Wild One
Emeka Okafor hit a miraculous shot as time expired in regulation. The improbable banker forced overtime in Salt Lake City. The Hornets took care of business in the extra period, earning a 121-117 victory. David West however, had to be wheeled off the court in the 4th quarter with an injury to his le…
Will West Be Back Next Year? I Hope So
Two-time all-star David West has spent his entire 8 year career with the New Orleans Hornets. Whether or not the power forward will remain in NOLA next year is uncertain. He can opt out of his contract after this season, and I suspect he will. As a matter of fact, you can count on it.
Celtics Nip Hornets
The Boston Celtics made clutch free throws late to defeat the Hornets 89-85 at the Hive Saturday night. The soldout crowd in New Orleans left the arena unhappy, as the Hornets fell to 7th in the Western Conference, only one game back of Portland and a game and a half back of Denver.
Nuggets Drill Hornets
The Hive was rocking early, but the Nuggets were lethal from beyond the arc, drilling 17 three-pointers before the final buzzer. As a result, Denver's 114-103 win over the Hornets kept them in 5th place in the Western Conference standings, one spot ahead of New Orleans.
Hornets Squeak Past Mavs, 93-92
The New Orleans came back from seven points down in the final 1:13 to defeat the Dallas Mavericks, on Wednesday evening. The Associated Press, courtesy of espn.com, has the story, below.
Hornets Continue Downward Spiral
Something has to be wrong with Chris Paul's knee. All the best players go through slumps, but this is beyond a slump. A slump would be welcome compared to this. To be outplayed by Kyle Lowry, Jose Calderon, and Toney Douglas in 4 days does not happen to one of the best players in the world, not…
Raptors Claw Hornets
The Hornets lost their first game of a five game road trip Tuesday night. Toronto, led by PG Jose Calderon, defeated New Orleans 96-90.
Rockets Defeat Hornets
The sellout crowd in New Orleans was loud and proud when the Hornets were up by 16. By the end of the game, they were quiescent and disappointed as their team lost to the scrappy Rockets 91-89. David West scored 22 points in a losing effort.

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