Hornets Hype

In a basement. In our pajamas.

I have no clue how I feel right now. So really, I am just going to put a whole bunch of emotions on little pieces of paper into a hat. And then, you know, we can just go with whatever gets picked, and pretend that’s what I said.

  • Elated
  • Ecstatic
  • Hopeful
  • Worried
  • Confused
  • Uncertain
  • Optimistic
  • Regretful
  • Disbelieving
  • Nervous
  • WHOO!
  • WTF?

This Tyson situation is so bizarre I can’t even talk about the game. And it was a really, really good game. Man, it was good. Everything I expected out of today has been flipped upside-down. Hornets backup bigs get blasted by Dwight Howard? Nope. They blew the Magic out 117-85. Tyson Chandler being traded to OKC? Nope. I get home, turn on the highlights, and it’s Rick Kamla announcing that he’s back. ?? So instead I will give you four facts about the game that are probably random enough to reflect the weirdness of life as a Hornets fan at this particular hour on this particular day of this particular month of the year 2009.

  1. At halftime warmups, Dwight Howard randomly jumped on it and started dancing to Apache, which was playing on the arena PA. I seriously think he took about 2 shots the entire time he was out there. He was too busy just quietly dancing by himself. Sure, there were other people around. But none of his teammates were dancing, nor did they even seem to bat an eyelash that he was. Dwight Howard is a special soul. Hilarious.
  2. Hands down the best moment of the night: With 8 seconds left in the 4th quarter, Devin Brown jacks a long three that puts the crushing lead up to 32. You might say that’s bad sportsmanship. You might not have had to watch and cringe as your Christmas Day was embarrassingly ruined on national TV. I did, and I personally wouldn’t have cared if they ran the lead up to 40. Clearly the Hornets felt the same way. Anyway, right at this point someone in the crowd yells, “MERRY CHRISTMAS, MAGIC!” and I about died laughing.
  3. There was actually a sustained wave going in the Arena in the 3rd quarter. We were partying like it was 1989 in there.
  4. Tonight we learned that if James Posey takes his tall socks off on the bench, it is an undeniable sign that the game is over.



Comments

10 Responses to “Where Are You Going, Where Have You Been?”

  1. I wonder what DeShazier will pull out of his ass about this.

  2. “Anyway, right at this point someone in the crowd yells, “MERRY CHRISTMAS, MAGIC!” and I about died laughing.”

    Hahahhaha…. awesome.

  3. Could this season be more up and down?

    Freakin’ crazy pillz man.

  4. Matt - Storm Surge says:

    I shouted “You may have had Christmas but WE have Mardi Gras!” :D

    Buddy called me on the way home from work saying he had a spare ticket. Man my throat hurts this morning :P

  5. Also should mention that there were several deserved “MVP” chants for Chris Paul.

  6. [...] Hornets Hype: “I have no clue how I feel right now. So really, I am just going to put a whole bunch of emotions on little pieces of paper into a hat. And then, you know, we can just go with whatever gets picked, and pretend that’s what I said. Elated. Ecstatic. Hopeful. Worried. Confused. Uncertain. Optimistic. Regretful. Disbelieving. Nervous. WHOO! WTF?” [...]

  7. Well if the Hornets Org. was lying and only wanted to drop salaries then we have to ask ourselves who will be next to go and will it be one of our other big stars or will they try to unload Peja or Pete.

  8. Word from the inside is they did try to move Peja. I told them that was dumb move too. He’s a key part of our future championship dynasty. t

  9. mW, have you been torturing our ticket rep again?

  10. Personally I believe we need to move mo pete because he is just warming the bench up for people, I kinda wish we did get Joe Smith because he has that Posey quality where he can just pick it up in important games and that would have helped us a lot in the playoffs and in getting to the playoffs.



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