The Last Unbeaten: How Long Will The New Orleans Hornets Stay Undefeated?

November 14th, 2010 by Eli Chesner Leave a reply »
Surprising enough, we would have thought that the Lakers would be the last team undefeated in the NBA through two weeks.

Or maybe the Heat, with LeBron and Wade. Or maybe the defending Eastern Conference champion Celtics. Or maybe Dwight Howard and the Magic.


The last team undefeated is not the Lakers, Heat, Celtics, or Magic. Or the Blazers, Mavericks, or Bulls. Or the Knicks, Nets, Raptors, 76ers, Cavaliers, Pistons, Pacers, Bucks, Hawks, Bobcats, Wizards, Clippers, Suns, Kings, Warriors, Thunder, Grizzlies, Jazz, Nuggets, Timberwolves, Rockets, or Spurs.

It's the New Orleans Hornets. You know, the team with Chris Paul and his surrounding rumors about leaving New Orleans in two years in free agency or in a year with a trade. 

With new coach Monty Williams (who?), the Hornets have jumped out to a surprising start. Through the first 8 games, the Hornets have played Carmelo Anthony and the Nuggets, and beaten them.

They played the Spurs in San Antonio, and beat them. And they played the Heat, and beat it. They have also played the Bucks twice, Rockets, Clippers, and Trail Blazers.

So ...

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