Three Things We Learned in the Hornets 105-102 Loss to Orlando

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Three Things We Learned in the Hornets 105-102 Loss to Orlando
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1. New Orleans Hornets rookie forward Anthony Davis will be a long-term warrior. The Hornets once had a player with a similar mentality who came in as a high draft choice, became the face of the franchise, and led the team to its greatest accomplishments in New Orleans - Chris Paul. Davis, playing with his left shoulder encased in some sort of support wrap, Davis put up the kind of numbers that reaffirm the belief that he's a future All-Star. Davis scored 17 points and had 15 rebounds, five of those off the defensive glass, while blocking four Orlando shots.

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