How I voted
April 18, 2007
Since today is the last day of the regular season, I thought I’d share my postseason awards ballot. This will be my second year voting, and for the second year in a row I’ve found it to be more of a chore than an honor. The actual process is quick and easy. The NBA e-mails you a document that already has the... Read More
To all Hornets fans
April 16, 2007
Just wanted to let you all know that we will not be covering the last two Hornets games this season. With the Hornets officially out of playoff contention, the final two games have no real significance. Since they’re both in California and will not start until 9 and 9:30 p.m. our time, the games are too late to... Read More
Feeling a draft
April 11, 2007
It was around this time 24 years ago when Hornets coach Byron Scott had just finished his junior season at Arizona State.
Scott was exhausted, having averaged 36.5 minutes and 21.6 points per game that season for the Sun Devils. Mulling over his early entry into the upcoming NBA draft, Scott decided to take a day... Read More
Paul is amazing, Chandler coming back?
April 07, 2007
I can’t tell you how bad Chris Paul looked tonight. Physically. The guy is beat up. Probably mentally, too. He was playing with an obvious limp in the first half, but he didn’t stop. Then he gets elbowed in the waist by Randy Foye late in the game and doesn’t let it bother him. His injury count is up to his... Read More
April 05, 2007
None were pretty, but the Hornets did what they had to do to get wins against the Knicks, Bucks and Sonics over the last week. The rest of the schedule is tough, though, and the Hornets are going to run into some mighty big challenges in the coming days.
It doesn’t help that nearly their entire team is hobbled... Read More
Hornets stay in the race
April 03, 2007
MILWAUKEE — To be honest, the game against the Bucks worried me a little bit. Not too long ago, this would have been a game the Hornets easily would have dropped. Third worst team. On the road. Everything to gain. Opponent has nothing to lose. The Hornets surprised me with how they came out and controlled the... Read More