Tuesday, April 19, 2005

Dropping a Line

George Lynch has been dunking in practice, but has missed several games with a "knee injury." Coach Byron Scott questioned if he's really hurt, and Lynch is likely sitting in a protest to a lack Jamaal Magloire is questionable for the last two Hornets games this season with back spasms. If we haven't seen him again by now, chances are he's done for the year. The swelling in Chris Andersen's ankle has gone down, but it's still black and blue. He's questionable for their last two games, and based on the fact they are meaningless, we're guessing his season is over.

Monday, April 11, 2005

A Dismal Season

The Hornets lost there fifth straight to the Denver Nuggets, 94-83. Andre Miller helped his teams cause with 16 points, Dan Dickau led the Hornets teams with 20 baskets, Lee Nailon posted 16 points, and Chris Anderson helped his own game tying a career high 12 rebounds and nine buckets.

Anderson was helping to swing the moment towards the end when the Hornets came back on a vicious run, but with less 1:30 in the game he turned on his right ankle. New Orleans only shot 30 percent in the first half, and stat that would have to improve stepping in two year.