In the NO Podcast Episode 39: Ownership, Tickets, and Staying Put

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Published: November 29, 2011

Ryan, Jason and Michael talk about ownership issues, profitability, and other issues that impact the Hornets staying in New Orleans. It’s odd how good the Hornets seem to look despite all their “issues”.

Also on slate this week for our the NBA is back Podcasting Extravaganza:

MonDiscuss new CBA

Tues– Ownership

Wed– A look at our free agents

Thurs– The entire free agent market and possible trades

Friday– Non stop CP3 talk


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10 Comments

  1. J

    November 29, 2011 at 8:24 am

    CP3 publicly said the Knicks is his frist choice well it’s time to trade CP3 now the hell with him playing it out with the Hornets get him out of NOLA now!!!!.

    • QueenBee

      November 29, 2011 at 9:25 am

      Talk about it Friday. Besides, nothing can happen before 12/9.

    • Michael McNamara

      November 29, 2011 at 10:03 am

      HE publicly said it or some reporter with “sources” said it.

      New York might be his first choice, but my first choice for wives was Olivia Wilde. Neither is happening. More Friday.

  2. James Online

    November 29, 2011 at 10:58 am

    Yeah, forget it. CP3 “fell in love” with NO, remember? And the source is just some idiot guy at ESPN, Chris Broussard. Give Chris Paul credit. Without becoming directly traceable, he’s managed to stoke the controversy to the point where he will likely be traded before the season starts. Otherwise we get a lame duck at PG (sort of like last year, only worse). After being traded, Chris can gush about how much he loves New Orleans, the fans, the city, the coach. And fans will give him a standing O when he and Mello come back to the Hive. http://basketball.realgm.com/wiretap/216814/Chris_Pauls_First_Choice_Is_To_Sign_With_Knicks

  3. James Online

    November 29, 2011 at 11:03 am

    The full source, a well researched and reasoned piece:

    http://espn.go.com/blog/truehoop/post/_/id/33566/chris-paul-and-new-yorks-hopes

  4. nolahog

    November 29, 2011 at 12:15 pm

    All Jason Smith, ALL THE TIME!!!

  5. J

    November 29, 2011 at 12:23 pm

    I’m starting to hate ESPN everyday.We’re a team with no ownership at this time to talk to Paul and get real with him.This CBA claim to make smaller market teams competive with larger markets so far all it’s doing it’s just making big time stars in smaller markets play in big markets for a title.We’ve the coaching staff and front office to bulid a winner but Paul’s ego is what going to get him out of here sooner even if it’s faking an injury.I want to hear from the podcast friday to know whats going on but most fans really want to hear from the horses “CP3” mouth.

  6. L_REAZY

    November 29, 2011 at 10:40 pm

    Great 3-Team Trade between the Hornets, Knicks, Sixers;

    Hornets recieve-
    Andre Iguodala(Sixers), Landry Fields(Knicks), & Chauncy Billups(Knicks)

    Sixers recieve-
    Emeka Okafor(Hornets) & Trevor Ariza(Hornets)

    Knicks recieve-
    Chris Paul(Hornets), Craig Brackins(Sixers), & Jodie Meeks(Sixers)

    L_REAZY

  7. Crazyb1125

    November 30, 2011 at 12:38 am

    better trade scernio

    3 team trade W/ HOrnets, Pacers, 76ers

    Hornets get: Danny Granger, Jrue Holiday
    76ers gets : E.Okafor , George Hill w/Hornets 1st RD Pick & Ind 2nd pick
    Pacers gets : Andre Iggruola, and Jarrett Jack

    Hornets Pot. Starting Lineup w/ the addition of resigning D.West and Signing Restricted Free agent D.Jordan, and Unrestricted FA’s R.Butler, A.Ajinca
    PG=CP3, Jrue Holiday, D-L
    SG=Trevor Ariza, Marco Bellini, D-L
    SF=Danny Granger, Rasul Butler, Q.Pondexter
    PF=D.West, E.L., P.Ewing Jr.
    C=D.Jordan, A.Ajinca, E.L.

    the rest would most likely Signed be Euro League player and D-League PLayers guarantee. during the Lockout M.Williams, and D.Demps were looking Oversees for Potential Hornets players during the Lockout!!!

    This team would be Complete with this Bunch of star power, and could compete very well in the Western Conference.

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