Hornets Hype

In a basement. In our pajamas.

I kid, I kid. Man, that shot was great live, though. It was one of those… you knew it was gonna go when it left his hands. Check out the replay and sellout crowd reaction. Sucks to be the idiots in front of us who left with 3:00 left in the 4th.

Have a great day, y’all!



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8 Responses to “Whatever, America. We Have Hope Too. It Wears a 3”

  1. SISYPHUSJNS says:

    How are your attendance figures for this year? Are you going to hit the numbers in the lease?

  2. NOEngineer says:

    That was an awesome moment. It did not have quite the significance of Peja’s 3 to tie Dallas last year, but with all of the adversity we overcame in last night’s game it was close. It is such a pleasure to have clutch performers on OUR team.

  3. Cruising at 16,975, #8 in the league in percentage (we’re much lower if you base it on average attendance instead of percent filled, because the arena’s so much smaller– our sellout is 17,200ish). The number in the lease is 14,700.

    Considering football just ended, I expect many more sellouts in the future. We’re all just fine here!

  4. NOEngineer says:

    We are at 16,975 for the season in average home attendance, which is 98.8% of what the Arena will hold. ESPN has us in 8th place for percentage attendance at home, and 4th place for away games, for an overall 3rd place. CP3 is probably the main reason. I believe you can burn and flush that clause of the lease…..

  5. Haha, what he we said.

  6. With hope and virtue, let us brave once more the icy currents, and endure what storms may come. Let it be said by our children’s children that when we were tested, we refused to let this journey end, that we did not turn back, nor did we falter; and with eyes fixed on the horizon and God’s grace upon us, we carried forth that great gift of freedom and delivered it safely to future generations.

    Spoken today by Barack Obama, foreshadowed yesterday by Chris Paul’s play.

  7. They do say that next to being an NBA point guard, being president is one of the toughest jobs in the world. So good luck, Obama! Plus, D-West said last night on the jumbotron that you promised to practice some day with the Hornets during your campaign, so maybe you’ll come down to the Big Easy, assess the sitrep in the city, and sneak in for a few selfish moments of b-ball. It’d beat eating cake.



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