Final Regular Season Grades for Each New Orleans Hornets Player in 2013

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Final Regular Season Grades for Each New Orleans Hornets Player in 2013
Derick Hingle-USA TODAY Sports
In the last season as the Hornets, New Orleans was among the worst in the Western Conference.

The New Orleans Hornets finished the 2012-13 season with a 27-55 record, 31 games behind the Southwest Division champion San Antonio Spurs.

In a year when the most dynamic players on the team missed time with injury, there wasn’t much to expect from an overall standpoint. 

A few players managed to exceed expectations, turning in solid individual numbers. First-year starting point guard Greivis Vasquez finished atop the league in assists, while sixth man Ryan Anderson was second in the NBA in made three-pointers.

Still, the majority of the roster turned in a subpar season, which has resulted in poor grades.

This article will evaluate each player’s individual performances and numbers, taking into account the contributions (or lack thereof) to the team.

Here are the final grades for each New Orleans Hornets player in the 2012-13 season.

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