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Hornets Beat Blazers Behind Davis’ Double Double
Rookie Anthony Davis continues to shine for the New Orleans Hornets, proving to be the difference maker for the Hornets in Sunday night's 98-96 win over the Portland Trail Blazers. Ryan Anderson was fantastic as well, scoring the game-winning bucket on a...
Hornets Fall To Blazers At The Buzzer
Portland Trail Blazers rookie Damian Lillard sunk a three-pointer with 0.3 seconds left in regulation, propelling the Blazers to a 95-94 victory over the New Orleans Hornets. The heartbreaking loss for the Hornets marks...
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.
Blazers Smoke Hornets 86-74
The New Orleans Hornets began a 4 game road trip with a loss Monday night to the Portland Trail Blazers. A measly 10 point 3rd quarter doomed the Hornets on their way to an 86-74 loss.
Trail Blazers Hold Off Hornets
The New Orleans Hornets had trouble finding baskets in crunch time once again on Friday night when they hosted the Portland Trail Blazers. As a result, they fell 94-86. It marked their 23rd loss in 25 games.
Hornets Lose Matinee To Trail Blazers
The New Orleans Hornets have lost 10 of their last 11 games after dropping a Monday matinee at home to the Portland Trail Blazers by the score of 84-77. Defensively, the Hornets still rank 6th in the NBA. However, their offense has been offensive, ranking dead last in the Western Conference. That pr…
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…
Grizzlies Claw Hornets
Chris Paul was held scoreless for the first time in his six year career Sunday night in Memphis. The Grizzlies dominated the Hornets in the paint, and everywhere else on the court, beating New Orleans by the score of 111-89.

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