I wanted to write another blog post if for no other reason but to replace the front page picture. I say "tomorrow" here somewhere. I wrote this yesterday and will also release a couple other blogs I wrote over the last week or so in the upcoming days after I edit them.
Looking into the future is scary, you never know what to expect. You can use your own intellect based on the past and you can listen to what others say but you canít know until it happens.
It seems I am one of the only Hornets fans with a very low expectation of Robin Lopez. I have seen many people say "Dell does it again", "The missing piece to our starting lineup", and "last part of our championship". If the last one wasn't a joke then I am so disappointed in basketball fans awareness. I don't think I should have to explain why the chances of us not winning a championship are incredibly low for the next few years but thinking that Robin Lopez is even
From the outside looking in, it doesn't appear that New Orleans have assembled the kind of roster that's capable of securing a spot in the playoffs. After letting go of Trevor Ariza, Emeka Okafor, Jarrett Jack and Chris Kaman, Demps made it official that youth was the road New Orleans would travel down... but why should Hornets fans expect a sub-par season just because the team decided to make youth a priority?
Basketball is a pretty simple sport. If you score more points than your
Next years draft class may be weak overall, but its one strength is it's big men!! I think that we just need a placeholder at center for this year and then we can grab one in the draft. I mean, we are rebuilding.
Some centers for next years draft class are (If they all declare for the draft) Cody Zeller, Nerlens Noel, Isaiah Austin, Rudy Gorbet, and Steven Adams.
6-11 PF/C Nerlens Noel: Nerlens Noel is being seen as Anthony Davis, if he were a center. He is a shot
Potential Undrafted Free Agent Targets
By: Jeff Martin
If you poll most basketball analysts, the consensus about this 2012 NBA draft class is that it is one of the best and deepest drafts since 2003, and has a chance to be the best ever. But unlike the 2003 draft, which featured stars such as LeBron James, Dwayne Wade, Carmelo Anthony and Chris Bosh, this drafts strength lies in its depth. Count Hall of Famer and former NBA Executive of
Updated 06-14-2012 at 07:54 PM by G5JeffMartin