Supply and Demand: A Reminder To Sports Fans

March 10th, 2010 by Timothy N Leave a reply »
*Credit must go to Ryan Schwan for this article .


It seems that the New Orleans Hornets finally have a problem worth having these days, even though our star player went down, our wings can't play, and we will be on the outside looking in during the playoffs.

It is, of course, the play of our rookies that is setting the league on fire, with Darren Collison and Marcus Thorton ranked amongst the top five rookies in the entire class (and in the latest ESPN rankings they are three and four respectively).

This, of course, has only added fuel to the Hornets' trade fire. Scouring multiple NBA forums over the past few days (I'm moving back to the States soon, so I'll have even more free time here), New Orleans Hornets trade threads compose a good 15 percent of all trade threads spanning four major sites like ESPN and RealGM forums. However, almost all of these aspiring GMs play the same card: "The Hornets are in a weak position and will bend over for my team because we walk on water."

Now if the Hornets are the team with the hot commodities and a HUGE amount of expiring contracts next season, in what way are they in a positi ...

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