New Orleans Hornets, CP3 Must Push Envelope To Keep Spurs and Mavericks at Bay

December 1st, 2010 by rich fernandes Leave a reply »
It’s the beginning of December and the New Orleans Hornets are the owners of a very respectable 12-5 record, but their blazing start has slowed a bit as a result of two straight losses. But now that the "Hornets are a contender" surprise is over, it’s time for this club to realize their potential and start pushing the envelope.

Consider this:  The race for supremacy in the NBA's Southwest division will be extremely difficult because it is the  home to three of the top five teams in the league.   These teams include the New Orleans Hornets, the Dallas Mavericks and the San Antonio Spurs.

To put things into perspective, a tremendous battle will ensue in the Southwest even before a possible meeting with the L.A. Lakers and a battle for Western Conference supremacy can occur.  

An advantage must be found--some kind of conjunction function that will give New Orleans the upper-hand.

Indeed, the road to the finals from the Southwest is the most unenviable road in the NBA.  The Southwest division does not suffer from the same perennial mediocrity syndrome as the Atlantic ...

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