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Former Hornet Peja Stojakovic Retires
Former New Orleans Hornets small forward Peja Stojakovic announced his retirement today after 13 illustrious seasons in the NBA. Stojakovic, a three-time All-Star, finishes his career as 4th all-time with 1,740 career 3 pointers.
Shinn Speaks
Former New Orleans Hornets owner George Shinn returned to NOLA for the first time since transferring ownership of the team to the NBA. Shinn sat down with Hornet beat writer Jimmy Smith of the Times Picayune for a Q & A.
Appreciate The Moment Hornet Fans
If you're a Hornet fan, chances are, you think about all the uncertainty of the future. Will there be an NBA lockout? Will David West recover from his knee injury? Will he opt out, resign, or test free agency? Will Chris Paul want to stick around New Orleans after next season? You might also ha…
Jack Beginning To Shine
Jarrett Jack has played starter minutes his entire NBA career. That is, until an early season trade which sent him from Canada to the Crescent City. Jack is now a backup point guard to Chris Paul. The adjustment for Jack has taken time, but he's beginning to shine.
Hornets/Raptors Close To Deal
Chirs Sheridan, of espn.com is reporting that the New Orleans Hornets, and the Toronto Raptors are close to striking a five-player deal. View the story, courtesy of espn.com, below.
Hornets Beat Up Blazers 107-87
David West and Marco Belinelli each scored 18 points Saturday night and the Hornets improved to 8-0, beating the Portland Trail Blazers 107-87. The Hornets have held all of their opponents this season under 100 points. This was the third straight time New Orleans allowed fewer than 90 points.

Hornets Still Exploring Trade Options
The New Orleans Hornets have been the surprise of the NBA thus far, but they are not fooled by their 7-0 start. Though they've beaten "contenders'' Miami, San Antonio and Denver (until Melo leaves), the Hornets' front office knows it hasn't yet joined the elite.
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