The Jazz coach Tyrone Corbin is like “aww hell naw.”
What happened to the Hornets? For a team that beat the Spurs at home by an average of 20 points they sure pulled a 180 last night. How’d they blow it? Chris Paul wasn’t assertive enough on offense (only 18 points, 7 points below his playoff average), Jannero Pargo took too many shots (6-for-16), Peja Stojakovic played like a mere mortal, and Bonzi Wells was nonexistent (0-1).
The team somehow ran away from the formula that got them those 20-point wins in the previous 3 games. They stopped feeding David West the rock and somehow let Jannero Pargo become the first option. The whole team pretty much blew it.
Odenized.com asks ‘Did Janerro Pargo blow the game?’
Elbow to the back – c’mon Rob this ain’t Karate.
David West played like a beast, hitting jumpers from all sides of the court. Check out his stat line — 38 points, 14 rebounds and five blocked shots
A very touching story about Chris Paul – a must see.
and at last night’s game, CP3 did something for a sick fan. The Hornets star paid tribute to a young fan by writing his name on his shoe. Sadly, the young boy didn’t live to see his hero in action.
He answers Tony Parker’s impressive layup with this mind-blowing play.
After getting beat down by CP3 and the Hornets, I don’t blame him
The Chris Paul – Bruce Bowen soap opera continues. No family jewel kicking this time.
How many more points is Tyson Chandler getting this year because of Chris Paul?
With just under 2 minutes left and down by 8 points, Jerry Stackhouse gets 2 quick technical fouls.