#43

Hornets take on the Spurs tonight. Unfortunately, it’s on NBA TV, so I’m going to have to track somebody down with NBA TV. But this should be a really great game; the Spurs haven’t been playing the best basketball as of late (barely beating Miami the other night), and I strongly feel it will be a letdown if we can’t win our 8th in a row (back-to-back or not.)

 

 

SAN ANTONIO (PPG)

NEW ORLEANS (PPG)

 

T. Parker

C. Paul 21.1

 

M. Finley

M. Peterson 8.8

 

B. Bowen

P. Stojakovic 14.7

 

T. Duncan

D. West 19.4

 

F. Oberto

T. Chandler 12.4

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4 Responses

  1. […] entersandman wrote a fantastic post today on “#43″Here’s ONLY a quick extract… if we can’t win our 8th in a row (back-to-back or not.) SAN ANTONIO (PPG). NEW ORLEANS (PPG). T. Parker. C. Paul 21.1. M. Finley. M. Peterson 8.8. B. Bowen. P. Stojakovic 14.7. T. Duncan. D. West 19.4. F. Oberto. T. Chandler 12.4. […]

  2. Oh Rohan, why don’t you listen to that Kirk Herbstreit (look… that is a man affiliated with basketball, note how educated i am about basketball and stuff). I can’t wait for the New York Giants to crush the New Orleans Hornets when allied with Zimbabwe’s cricket team. Wow, I know so much about sports and therefore inevitably must be Colin Mickenzee and not Rohit Majumdar.

  3. wow that was really eye-opening

  4. Rohan, you are pants-opening.

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