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Why Hornets vs. Wizards Will Be a Marquee Matchup in Near Future

When the New Orleans Hornets and Washington Wizards take the court Friday night in the Verizon Center, two of the worst teams in the NBA will be facing off. Washington has 21 wins and the Hornets only have 22, although the Wizards are higher up in their division. Show More Summary

Brook Lopez Dunks On Twin Brother Robin

Brook Lopez owes his twin brother an apology. With his Brooklyn Nets getting a visit from the New Orleans Hornets and Robin Lopez, all sorts of family bragging rights were [...] The post Brook Lopez Dunks On Twin Brother Robin appeared first on The Smoking Section.

Brook Lopez scores 26, Nets beat Hornets

Having Brook Lopez and Andray Blatche on the floor at the same time worked in a big way for the Nets. Brooklyn’s big men combined for 44 points in a 108-98 victory over the New Orleans Hornets on Tuesday night. Lopez led all scorers with 26 points and enjoyed sharing the floor with Blatche, who scored 12 [...]

Bro vs Bro: Robin Lopez on Matchup Against Brook

New Orleans Hornets center Robin Lopez played college basketball at Stanford University with his twin brother and Brooklyn Nets center Brook before they were both drafted in 2008. The two brothers have played against each other a handful of times. Show More Summary

Hornets sign forward Amundson for rest of season

The New Orleans Hornets have signed veteran forward Lou Amundson for the rest of the season and released Henry Sims.

How Austin Rivers' Injury Affects New Orleans Hornets

The loss of rookie guard Austin Rivers is a slight blow to the New Orleans Hornets defensively, but it won't have much of an overall impact on the team the rest of this season. NOLA.com's Jimmy Smith is reporting Rivers will undergo surgery on his right hand, which will end what has been a disappointing season the No. Show More Summary

Notebook: Hornets 98, Trail Blazers 96

THE FACTS: For the first time this week, the New Orleans Hornets held on to a double-digit second-half lead, beating the Portland Trail Blazers 98-96 after Ryan Anderson sank a layup and free throw with 1.8 seconds to play.

Balanced Grizzlies beat Hornets 96-85

The Memphis Grizzlies keep returning from halftime and imposing their style on opponents. With an emphasis on defense and pressure to increase the pace, Memphis again used a strong third quarter to beat the New Orleans Hornets 96-85 on Saturday night. ”I think our focus coming out of halftime, understanding what we need to adjust, then going [...]

Notebook: Grizzlies 96, Hornets 85

THE FACTS: For the second straight game, the Memphis Grizzlies were able to rely on their offense, as well as their defense, as they put away the New Orleans Hornets 96-85 at FedExForum Saturday night. A night after shooting 50 percent...Show More Summary

Los Angeles Lakers: How Long Can Kobe Bryant Keep Saving the Lakers?

For the past two games, Kobe Bryant has been playing at an otherworldly level. He has been averaging 41.5 points, 6.5 rebounds and 12 assists on 58 percent shooting in the two wins against the New Orleans Hornets and Toronto Raptors....Show More Summary

Anatomy of an LA Lakers Comeback

Based on their recent string of nail-biting victories, you'd be forgiven for thinking that the L.A. Lakers only know how to win one way: via the fourth-quarter comeback. After knocking off the New Orleans Hornets by digging out of aShow More Summary

Los Angeles Lakers: Nothing to Gain by Making the Playoffs

The Los Angeles Lakers battled back from a 25-point deficit on Wednesday to beat the New Orleans Hornets (Pelicans) behind a 42-point effort from Kobe Bryant. Good for them. In addition, the Lakers regained their.500 record as they grind their way towards a potential playoff spot. Show More Summary

Kobe Drops By 'Jimmy Kimmel Live'

A day after dropping 42 points in a comeback win against the New Orleans Hornets, Kobe Bryant stopped by 'Jimmy Kimmel Live' on Thursday to...

Kobe Bryant doing what he can to salvage season for Lakers

It was Kobe Bryant’s 1,443rd game as a Los Angeles Laker. And there he was on Wednesday night, soaking his 34-year-old feet in ice water, feet that helped carry the Lakers to a 108-102 victory over the New Orleans Hornets at the New Orleans Arena, one that left the 31-31 Lakers 2½ games out the [...]

The Houston Rockets have serious defensive problems

The Western Conference playoff race has tightened up considerably. Wednesday's thrilling win over the New Orleans Hornets pulled the Los Angeles Lakers to within 1½ games of the playoffs. The Lakers have played relatively well recently, of course, but they needed help in getting back into the race. Show More Summary

Austin Rivers out 4-6 weeks with broken hand

New Orleans Hornets rookie guard Austin Rivers will miss four to six weeks with a broken bone in his right hand, according to a USA Today report. Rivers fractured fourth metacarpal bone during the first half of Wednesday’s loss to the Los Angeles Lakers. He smacked his hand on teammate Greivis Vasquez’s body after making a [...]

Stat Line of the Night — 3/6/2013 — Kobe Bryant

Kobe Bryant went into last night’s game against the New Orleans Hornets with a nagging elbow injury.  He came out of it with one of his most impressive performances of the season. The Lakers trailed the Hornets by as much as 25 points, and with 6:22 remaining in the game they found themselves trailing by a score [...]

Lakers Rally, Beat Hornets 108-102

The Los Angeles Lakers rally from 14 points down with just over six minutes left to beat the New Orleans Hornets Wednesday. Kobe Bryant scored 42 points in the game, 13 of which came during the Lakers comeback with six minutes left. Bryant added seven rebounds and 12 assists as the Lakers won 108-102. Dwight [...] Lakers Rally, Beat Hornets 108-102 is a post from: The Inquisitr

Los Angeles Lakers: Breaking Down Kobe Bryant's Big Night

In what would have been a devastating blow, the Los Angeles Lakers were able to rally for a victory against the lowly New Orleans Hornets. After a 17-point loss to the Oklahoma City Thunder on March 5, dropping two in a row after a successful stretch of 6-2 would undoubtedly spread panic through LA. Show More Summary

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