New Orleans Hornets
Thursday on The Jason Ross Show we talked about Mayor Johnson’s comments during halftime of the Kings win over the Hornets. We also discussed Barry Zito’s hot start and how the Athletics keep managing to […]
Just before Grant hopped on the microphone at Sleep Train Arena, news broke about the owners of the Sacramento Kings, the Maloof family, setting a 5 p.m. Friday deadline to receive a backup offer from […]
Anthony Davis had 20 points and eight rebounds, and Eric Gordon added 17 points and eight assists to lead the New Orleans Hornets to a 110-95 victory over the Sacramento Kings on Sunday.
Jarrett Jack denied having any extra incentive in his return to New Orleans, though he sure played down the stretch like he did.
Darren Rovell of CNBC says David Stern’s decision to veto the Chris Paul trade makes sense financially because the Hornets need Chris Paul to sell tickets. He also previews his show “Sports Biz: Game On” […]
Chris Mannix from SI.com joined Carmichael Dave to discuss the recent news that David Stern has blocked the proposed trade of Hornets Guard Chris Paul to the Lakers due to the owners requesting the block. […]
A day after a surprise announcement from Sacramento Mayor Kevin Johnson gave Sacramento hope the city could keep the NBA in the city, NBA Commissioner David Stern will talk about the city’s chances.
Chris Paul returned from a concussion and scored a season-high 33 points to go with 15 assists, seven rebounds and five steals, and the New Orleans Hornets beat the Sacramento Kings 115-103 on Saturday night.
The Hornets have acquired Carl Landry from the Sacramento Kings for Marcus Thornton and cash considerations.
DeMarcus Cousins had 25 points, 12 rebounds and seven assists and the Sacramento Kings snapped the New Orleans Hornets’ winning streak at 10 games with a 102-96 victory Saturday night.
Marcus Thornton surged up through a crowd underneath, tipped home a missed shot and then stood under the basket, letting out a triumphant roar with his arms clenched at his side. The crowd went wild with him as the Hornets closed in on the greatest comeback in franchise history.
New Orleans coach Monty Williams was quick with a one-liner after the Hornets survived an ugly game against the Kings to match San Antonio for the best record in the NBA. “I don’t think either one of us is going to send this tape to Springfield (the Basketball Hall of Fame) or any other field,” Williams said.