In the NO Podcast Episode 130: Post-Mortum and Guests, Part 1!

Published: April 15, 2013

In this, the first of a three part season Moratorium, Ryan and Michael wrap up the last week of games, talk CP3 and Anthony Davis’s sprained MCL, take calls about AD playing center and Eric Gordon taking more jumpshots, and then bring on Hornets247 writers James Grayson and Chris Trew to talk trade values and the Rebrand.

Part two rolls out Tuesday, but today’s podcast is special. Because it’s yours.

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  1. Jason Calmes

    April 15, 2013 at 6:24 am

    Solid call from.Jay.

  2. Nate

    April 15, 2013 at 9:13 am

    Sweep the leg, Marcus!

    Loved the L.A. game. (except for the end)

    Xavier = poor man’s Michael Beasley.

  3. JayDogon

    April 16, 2013 at 4:46 am

    Thanks, Jason. I asked the question because I remember around the time of the CP3 trade fodder Bill Simmons had something up on Grantland where he was saying he didn’t think they should trade Gordon and he had a video I remember watching where it showed how fundamentally sound EJ’s jumpshot was even down to the way he landed in the same spot but I couldn’t find it Lol. I did find this and I also found this footnote to be ironic, funny and depressing in so many ways while searching for said column Funny and sad are obvious but it’s ironic because he says “when you factor in the part where the team with the tortured history is giving up the farm for a superstar with a possible knee problem” and now it’s almost the opposite Lol. WE HAVE BEEN CURSED BY THE CLIPPERS TROJAN HORSE!!! On the brightside I think the name change from Hornets to Pelicans should stop the curse so prepare for Eric Gordon to become a rich man’s James Harden next year! #GeauxPels

  4. shantadiva

    April 16, 2013 at 6:57 pm

    I’m no Gordon fan, and wished that we could have worked a sign and trade with Phoenix when it was possible, but do you really think we can trade Gordon for someone who has as much talent and ability, and who can win as many games as he can? Don’t we owe it to fans to put the best team on the floor next year talent wise, after having suffered through the last two years. That is my only concern – trading him will reduce the overall quality of the team. Maybe we should stick with him another year, make playoffs, maybe win a round, and then look to move him once we see what the first Pelican team has.

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