My brother said Monta Ellis loves NEW ORLEANS, right next to his home Mississippi. Has also said Monta is frustrated in MIL.
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Not sure about other carriers but with Cox, up until last season if you were in the viewing area, it would be on Cox but blacked out on NBATV. On the Hornets schedule it has Fox Sports NOLA listed as the local station. My guide on the channel that I THINK will be FSNO is saying they'll be showing a Mavs @ Jazz game.
Hopefully if Charter don't have their act together by then Charter viewers will at least be able to watch it on NBATV.
This sounds soooo doggone promising. How nice would it be if this guy can stay healthy?"He looks better every day," Williams said of Gordon. "His body is strong. Probably not in the kind of game shape he wants to be in, but you couldn't tell it by the way he played today. We ran a few plays for end-of-game and he knocked those shots down. He was dynamic in pick-and-roll and he was giving guys a lot of trouble on defense with his pressure.
He needs to get into game shape though.
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Ill have to go back the old connect the computer to the tv trick. Bringing me back to Dish Network days.
I think Gordon is one player who shouldn't have to practice. He is straight glass I would hate to lose him for the season because he gets injured in practice. I mean no walk throughs or anything just let him watch. Just long as he's healthy for the game I'm fine with that.
New Orleans Hornets taking cautious approach toward injured forward Jason Smith
http://www.nola.com/hornets/index.ss..._river_defaultThe New Orleans Hornets have not ruled out injured power forward Jason Smith from playing in Wednesday night's opener against the San Antonio Spurs, but they continue to take a cautious approach because of his strained left shoulder.
After missing seven of the eight preseason games because of back and shoulder injuries, Smith went through most of Monday's practice, Coach Monty Williams said. Afterwards, Smith's left shoulder was heavily wrapped but he had no trouble moving his arm.
what theEric Gordon @TheofficialEG10
In two days it's on and poppin'.
i dunno what game monty is playing by saying he may not start or play EJ at all. EJ seems to be excited to get back on the court and I doubt he'll let anyone start ahead of him when he knows he can play 100%.
Man I hope Gordon plays. I wanna see a full lineup.
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@NOLAJake Two-part answer: the knee is why he may or may not play. Conditioning is why if he does play, his minutes will be reduced
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If Gordon plays, Monty said his minutes will not be in usual range of 35ish. If Gordon is out, it remains unclear who 5th starter will be
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Asked about the much-discussed Duncan-Davis matchup, Monty said "They're not matched up. Robin (Lopez) will be (guarding) Tim Duncan."
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Jason Smith (shoulder) will play vs. Spurs. Eric Gordon (knee) said he is a game-time decision. EG on status: "It's hard to say right now."
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