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New Orleans Hornets
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Hornets starting small forward Trevor Ariza and fill-in starting center Jason Smith both are unavailable for New Orleans' home game against the Los Angeles Lakers on Saturday night.
Jason Smith scored a career-high 20 points in a rare starting role and the New Orleans Hornets defeated Washington 97-89 on Tuesday night, dropping the Wizards to 0-25 on the road.
The city of Minneapolis and the Minnesota Timberwolves have jumped into a growing line of parties seeking public help to resolve their stadium situations in the Twin Cities.
If David West doesn't get an All-Star nod despite the myriad ways he's helped the Hornets win far more games than anyone expected, he can deal with that.
Hornets coach Monty Williams insists he has Marcus Thornton's best interests in mind, even if it hasn't always looked that way when the former LSU star has been a healthy scratch or sitting on the bench for long stretches.
Charlotte Bobcats forward Tyrus Thomas has been suspended without pay for Monday's game for a flagrant foul against the Hornets' Emeka Okafor.
Monty Williams sometimes finds himself cutting short celebratory locker room chatter after impressive wins such as the ones New Orleans had over Denver and Orlando this week.
Lakers forward Matt Barnes sprained his right knee during Los Angeles' win over the New Orleans Hornets on Friday night, and coach Phil Jackson is worried the injury might be serious.
Lakers coach Phil Jackson said Wednesday that he is "not happy" about the NBA's ownership of the Hornets and is pessimistic about the club's future in New Orleans.