Video analysis: The Hornets’ improved offense

Published: November 27, 2009

Under Byron Scott, the Hornets offense had become stagnant and predictable. The ball was usually put in the hands of Chris Paul or David West, and they were asked to create something out of nothing. Guys like Peja Stojakovic mostly stood by on the wing, waiting for a kick out. There was very little off-the ball action, such as back door cuts or weak-side screens. Oh, and capable rookies were left rotting on the bench.

Under the direction of the new coaching tandem of Jeff Bower and Tim Floyd, we’ve seen the Hornets’ offense flowing much more freely these past two weeks. Check out the following video for a breakdown.

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