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Hornets Crush Celtics In Home Opener
The New Orleans Hornets crushed the Boston Celtics 97-78 in front of a soldout crowd at the Hive in the home opener for the fleur-de-bees. Jarrett Jack was outstanding, leading all scorers with 21 points.
Hornets Host Celtics Tonight – Game Preview
The New Orleans Hornets (1-0) host the Boston Celtics (0-2) at the Hive tonight in the home opener for the fleur de bees. Eric Gordon (pictured above) was impressive in his Hornet debut Monday night, scoring 20 points and shooting 50% from the field. New Orleans will welcome back a familiar face to …
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.
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.
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 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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