In the NO Podcast Episode 50: Gordon, Kaman and Bold Predictions

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Published: January 30, 2012

Michael and I share a precious moment anniversary as we work through our fiftieth podcast about the Hornets. We talk about the Gordon extension that wasn’t, the Kaman trade that is to be, and each make 3 bold, bold, BOLD predictions about this team involving Aminu, Ariza, Anthony Davis, and the Tumblewolves.

Oh, and Gustavo Ayon rocks!


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9 comments
NOH2313
NOH2313

Great podcast as usual. Love listening to them every Monday. And thanks to Michael, I have been converted into an Anthony Davis believer. We need him. Oh, and I still believe in Aminu! Keep up the great work!

Mr.C
Mr.C

Aminu’s game is terrible, I believe one of the thing thats holding the Hornets back is Monty's handcuff's!!! If you notice everyone on the team has to think 2 and three times about shooting the ball, its like they are scared to shoot! And Aminu’s game is pretty bad but he's young, whats Ariza excuse??? You would think Ariza was a second year player some of the mistakes he make!!!

Tim
Tim

I'm one of the biggest downers on Aminu's game, but what's the possibility of him turning into a Thaddeus Young-like 6th man if he learned to dribble?

Zombian
Zombian

Great Podcast fellas!

J
J

The Warriors want Kaman but who would we get if Step Curry was involved in this trade yeah but since not thanks but no thanks

jvr613
jvr613

I'm pretty sure he needs to improve in way more areas than just ball handling. He needs to go. He can't guard any solid SF in the league and his awareness is pathetic. I hate to be so critical but I just see so many flaws in his game.

Zombian
Zombian

You wanna reform that thought and try again?

nikkoewan
nikkoewan

i'll give him until 41 games into the next season until I give up on him

Tim
Tim

Yeah, he does need improvement in the awareness and IQ department for sure, but if he polished his ball handling skills enough along with some more experience, he might be able to morph into a nice combo forward off the bench, very similar to what Thaddeus Young is in Philly.