1. Byron Scott To Coach the Lakers?: You Better Hope Not

    So as most of you know Byron Scott was fired as coach of the Hornets fairly recently. Even more than most NBA fans, Laker Nation was probably a little confused, bewildered, and even angered at the firing, given that as a player he was one of your own...

    Joe Gerrity Written by Joe Gerrity about 5 years ago 1,545 reads 16 comments

  2. Clippers-Hornets: Mediocrity Might Just

    The Hornets host the Clippers in what can only be described as a battle of mediocrity. Both teams have dealt with injuries to star players, and neither seems likely to live up to its preseason expectations...

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  3. Chris Paul's Short Term Injury: Worst-Case Scenaro

    Yesterday I wrote about the likely outcome of a long term Chris Paul injury . In this article (after hearing the same "severely sprained ankle" line from GM/Coach Jeff Bower) we will be examining ...

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  4. Blessing in Disguise: How Chris Paul's Injury Could Save The Hornets

    First off let me say that I don't believe basketball is actually dying in New Orleans, but right now the team looks like trash and their future is nowhere near as bright as it was two summers ago...

    Joe Gerrity Written by Joe Gerrity about 5 years ago 602 reads 6 comments

  5. Best in League: CP3's Shooting Too Good To Ignore

    Welcome to the first of many Best in League rankings. This will give us an opportunity to discuss not who the MVP is, but who is playing the best basketball in the NBA...

    Joe Gerrity Written by Joe Gerrity about 5 years ago 174 reads 3 comments

  6. Hornets Buzz: Byron Scott Fired

    According to multiple sources, The Hornets have let coach Byron Scott go after starting the season a disappointing 3-6, with all the losses in blowout fashion...

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  7. Hornets Buzz: Is It Time to Exterminate Byron Scott?

    With the Hornets off to their worst start since 2005-2006, it's about that time when Hornets' fans, and NBA analysts start calling for Byron Scott's head...

    Joe Gerrity Written by Joe Gerrity about 5 years ago 135 reads 4 comments

  8. New Orleans Hornets-Sacramento Kings: Preview

    The Hornets host the Kings tonight in what promises to be a more enjoyable experience than game one for Hornets' fans...

    Joe Gerrity Written by Joe Gerrity about 5 years ago 57 reads 0 comments

  9. Hornets: Random Thoughts On The Loss In S.A.

    The Hornets will be fine as soon as Byron Scott gets his act together. I tried to convince myself at one point that more bench play would be good for them as a unit, but I was quickly brought back to reality upon thoughts of last year...

    Joe Gerrity Written by Joe Gerrity about 5 years ago 87 reads 0 comments

  10. New Orleans Hornets 2009: Players Who Just Might Finally Get it Together

    Tonight is opening tip off of the 2009-2010 NBA season for most teams, the Hornets included, so let's try to get some sort of idea about what we can do to improve from last years disappointing seven seed...

    Joe Gerrity Written by Joe Gerrity about 5 years ago 95 reads 1 comments

  11. New Orleans Hornets: Five Predictions For The 2009-2010 Season

    With the 2009-2010 season rapidly appraoching it seems appropriate that I make a few obvious, bold, and unlikely predictions about the Hornets. In case you missed the entire offseason let me catch you up with a little recap...

    Joe Gerrity Written by Joe Gerrity about 5 years ago 248 reads 0 comments

  12. Life In The Busch League: Miami Dolphins Edition

    On Monday Night Football, in front of the whole country, the Miami Dolphins found themselves with a perfect opportunity to fix their season. They took the lead on a Carpenter field goal with only 3:50 left to play...

    Joe Gerrity Written by Joe Gerrity about 5 years ago 85 reads 0 comments

  13. Saintly Stuff: Thoughts On The Week One Victory

    Some things went well and some things didn’t, but overall it was a good effort and obviously the result was encouraging. Congratulations need to go out to Drew Brees on his six touchdown day...

    Joe Gerrity Written by Joe Gerrity about over 5 years ago 174 reads 1 comments

  14. New Orleans Hornets Complete Undefeated Offseason

    After last seasons playoff massacre things looked grim in the Big Easy. They were over the salary luxury cap more than any other team in the league and coming off one of the worst playoff losses in NBA history...

    Joe Gerrity Written by Joe Gerrity about over 5 years ago 229 reads 2 comments

  15. Five Ways the New Orleans Saints Can Improve Home Games

    The Saints are in line for a great year, but there are a few easy improvements that could make the experience better for the fans. Sure we can ask for a better defense or some luck, but thats a little easier said than done...

    Joe Gerrity Written by Joe Gerrity about over 5 years ago 310 reads 5 comments

  16. New Orleans Hornets: Assessing The Shooting Guards and Small Forwards

    There are eight players who will get a chance to prove they deserve playing time at either the two or the three this year in New Orleans...

    Joe Gerrity Written by Joe Gerrity about over 5 years ago 498 reads 4 comments

  17. Buzz Around Town: A New Orleans Hornets Game You Need To See Live Every Month

    These are the top home Hornets games of each month. Combine the awesome NBA action with the unique pregame party that the Hornets put on and you have a full night of fun for the whole family (or just some drunken friends)...

    Joe Gerrity Written by Joe Gerrity about over 5 years ago 268 reads 6 comments

  18. New Orleans Hornets: 2009-2010 Preview

    Despite losing Tyson Chandler for nearly half the season and a complete lack of production from the bench, the Hornets still amassed 49 wins last year in the cut throat Western Conference...

    Joe Gerrity Written by Joe Gerrity about over 5 years ago 111 reads 5 comments

  19. Dear Hornets: Trade Tyson, Sign Gortat

    Trading Tyson Chandler and signing Marcin Gortat to replace him should be our number one priority this offseason. Rarely can you find a big man available who has big game experience, rebounds well (17 per 48), blocks well (3...

    Joe Gerrity Written by Joe Gerrity about over 5 years ago 329 reads 10 comments

  20. Hornets' Devin Brown Exercises Player Option for '09-'10

    Journeyman Devin Brown of the New Orleans Hornets has picked up his nearly $1.1 million player option for the 2009-2010 season, passing up the chance to become a free agent...

    Joe Gerrity Written by Joe Gerrity about over 5 years ago 111 reads 1 comments

  21. 11 Questions for New Orleans Legend Deuce McAllister

    Deuce Mcallister ladies and gentlemen! Let’s all give him one last round of applause from the comfort of our homes. It pains me to say this, but it appears (for now at least) like we won’t ever have the chance to do it again in the Superdome..

    Joe Gerrity Written by Joe Gerrity about over 5 years ago 274 reads 0 comments

  22. New Orleans Saints Fans: 10 Things To Be Ecstatic About

    This article is a response to one written by Randy Savoie. Randy spoke about how in 1970, Charlton Heston broke three ribs while filming the movie Number One, the story of an aging Saints quarterback who could not bring himself to quit...

    Joe Gerrity Written by Joe Gerrity about over 5 years ago 252 reads 4 comments

  23. New Orleans Saints: What To Expect from the 2009 Offense

    Last season, the Saints had the No. 1 offense in the NFL in both yards and points per game. As we look at the 2009 team, it’s likely that they will be able to replicate, if not exceed, that performance...

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  24. Can New Orleans Saints Receivers Catch Up with Drew Brees?

    With a glut of appealing options at the wide receiver position, Saints fans must be wondering who Drew will be throwing to this year...

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  25. '05-'06 New Orleans' Saints: The Greatest Team To Ever Play The Game

    On August 29th, 2005, the most devastating natural disaster in American history occurred. Hurricane Katrina could not have hit New Orleans more directly and when it did it had all the power that the all too enthusiastic national news outlets predicted...

    Joe Gerrity Written by Joe Gerrity about over 5 years ago 326 reads 4 comments