New Orleans Hornets Buzz: Grading Each and Every Player

December 9th, 2009 by Joe Gerrity Leave a reply »

Twenty games have come and gone in this NBA season and it’s time to evaluate how all the New Orleans Hornets' players have performed.

No need to waste any time, so here we go:

Hilton Armstrong: He’s shown almost no improvement in his three plus years in the league and at this point it doesn’t look like he will ever become even a decent backup center. His shot selection is horrible and his rebounding is just as bad.

It’s telling that during warm-ups he takes off balance three-pointers and trick shots that barely belong in a game of HORSE, let along in in the NBA.

Grade: F

Bobby Brown: Signed this off season, Brown was expected to compete with Darren Collison. For a while he did, but apparently he hasn’t improved his shooting or shot selection at all.

In his rookie year he averaged only a single point per shot. This year he’s even worse at only 0.96. As a scorer that does little else well, he’s been a disappointment.

Grade: D

Devin Brown: Going into the year everyone with any knowledge of the Hornets shuddered wh ...

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