Tag Archives: New Orleans Hornets

The Disingenuous David J. Stern

Last night I attended an event billed as Behind the Scenes with NBA Commissioner David Stern. In a theater at the National Museum for the American Indian, I sat among a crowd that seemed to be half over the age … Continue reading

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Games of the Week: October 30-November 4, 2012.

It’s BACON!  I mean, it’s the NBA regular season!  That means one thing!  Well, no, it means many things, but this is one thing that it means! Games of the Week!  Yeah!  Sorry guys, I’m a little nervous!  This season … Continue reading

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OKCupid Season Preview: New Orleans Hornets (#24)

My self-summary I AM ME AND I AM HAPPY TO BE ALIVE!!!!!!!!!! This time last year, I was so low. I was stuck with two guys who, though great for me for awhile, no longer wanted to be with me, … Continue reading

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Wild Speculation and Outlandish Guesses: Purchase or Pass…On, Offseason Edition

The Minnesota Timberwolves making the playoffs this season. Franklin Mieuli: Purchase. If Rubio comes back around midseason or before, this is a definite purchase. If complications keep him out the entire year, you better hope Brandon Roy is ready… Jacob … Continue reading

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Games of the Week: Special Summer League Edition!

It’s summer league! I love Summer League.  Cheap reversible jerseys, high schoolish gyms, and unbelievable announcing gaffes.  And these players. And I’m not talking about the lottery picks.  I’m talking about the other dudes.  The faceless army of Summer League. … Continue reading

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S.O.T.T. – New Orleans Hornets

Though their 2011-2012 record may not indicate it, the New Orleans Hornets are a winning organization.  After losing CP3, and only winning 21 games, the Hornets concentrated their efforts on developing young players, maintaining pride and professionalism, and retaining their … Continue reading

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Conspiracy Weary.

Mere seconds after the New Orleans Hornets won the NBA Draft Lottery — and, of course, the right to select presumptive franchise fortune-changer Anthony Davis with the number one pick — my Facebook mini-feed came alive with accusations of conspiracy. … Continue reading

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