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Jarrett Jack Out For Season With Broken Foot

New Orleans Hornets starting point guard Jarrett Jack will miss the remainder of the season due to a stress fracture in his right foot. Greivis Vasqeuz will take over the starting spot, but the Hornets have no backup at PG. The way I see it, they can go with one of two options. First...

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Hornets Sting Timberwolves 99-90

While Timberwolves power forward Kevin Love is a highlight reel regular, it was Hornets power forward Jason Smith (pictured above) who stole the show Saturday night in New Orleans. Smith's stat line of 26 points, 10 rebounds, and 3 steals doesn't resemble just how good Jason played. His frontcourt mate Chris Kaman was sensational as well (21 pts, 10 rebs), as the Hornets cruised to a 99-90 victory over Minnesota.

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Hornets Beat Nuggets In Eric Gordon’s Return

After a 90 day layoff due to injury, Eric Gordon returned to the lineup for the New Orleans Hornets Wednesday night against the Denver Nuggets. He fought through a little rust, scored 15 points, and knocked down two free throws in the final seconds to secure a 94-92 victory for New Orleans.

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Lakers Squeak By Hornets 88-85

For the second straight game, the New Orleans Hornets had only 8 healthy players in uniform. It was almost enough Saturday afternoon in Los Angeles, but the Lakers managed to sqeak by the scrappy Hornets 88-85. Kobe Bryant shot a paltry 3-21 from the field, missing his first 15 shots. Jason Smith and Jarrett Jack both had double-doubles in defeat.

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Hornets Fall To Trail Blazers 99-93

The Hornets ran out of gas late in Portland, falling to the Trail Blazers 99-93 on Thursday night. Marco Belinelli's (pictured above) game-high 27 points wasn't enough for the depleted New Orleans Hornets, who only had 8 healthy players in uniform.

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Hornets End Knicks Win Streak And Continue Their Own

Despite all the Linsanity, the New Orleans Hornets walked into Madison Square Garden Friday night and linded the Knicks 7 game winning streak, beating New York 89-85. Despite several key injuries and three players on 10 day contracts, New Orleans has won 3 in a row.

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Hornets Sting Jazz 86-80

With only 9 healthy players in uniform Monday night, the New Orleans Hornets defeated the Utah Jazz 86-80. Starting Center Emeka Okafor missed the game with a sore left knee. Chris Kaman started in his place and had his best game as a Hornet, finishing with 27 points, 13 rebounds, 2 assists, 2 steals, and 1 block.

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Hornets Fall To Kings 100-92

For first 3 quarters of Monday night's home game against the Sacramento Kings, the New Orleans Hornets never trailed. As it has often this season, the 4th quarter got away from the fleur-de-bees, leading to 100-92 defeat.

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Hornets Fall To Pistons 89-87

New Orleans native Greg Monroe had 24 points and 16 rebounds to lead the Detroit Pistons to a home win over the New Orleans Hornets by the score of 89-87. The loss was the fifth straight for the Hornets (4-20). Trevor Ariza (26 Pts, 7 Reb, 4 Ast, 3 Stl) had his best performance of the season in defeat.

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Hornets Lose At Spurs 93-81

The New Orleans Hornets played their 4th game in 5 nights on Thursday, and it ended with the same result as the first 3...a defeat. New Orleans lost their 19th game of the season last night, this time on the road to the San Antonio Spurs by the score of 93-81.

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