Hornets' Chris Paul takes his revenge...

Hornets' Chris Paul takes his revenge on Orlando Magic

There are 175 comments on the Orlando Sentinel story from Feb 18, 2009, titled Hornets' Chris Paul takes his revenge on Orlando Magic. In it, Orlando Sentinel reports that:

The question was which all-star could exploit the other team's weakness. Orlando Magic center Dwight Howard or New Orleans Hornets point guard Chris Paul? It was Paul, in a landslide.

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kenny

Auburn, WA

#161 Feb 19, 2009
nanningbob wrote:
HA HA HA HA HA all you Otis bashers. Suddenly and once again they have to go run and hide. I made the prediction that when things are quiet Otis is not quiet. We trade Brian Cook and a 1st round pick plus two bench warmers for a starting PG. HA HA HA Otis does it again. I love this team and I love the way he makes the Anti Magic crowd a bunch of fools. Actually cant believe he pulled this one off. Amazing. Will take some time to make all the players work together but patience. snicker .... HMMMM .... snicker
rafer is NOT a legit starting point guard...he wouldnt start on Cleveland, Boston, Indiana,OKC, Philly, NY, Toronto, LA C's, san antonio, Lakeshow, Detroit, atlanta, chicago dallas, golden state, utah, pheonix, New orleans, New Jersey, or milwaukee...but he is a solid backup for most teams
nanningbob

Nanning, China

#162 Feb 19, 2009
kenny wrote:
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rafer is NOT a legit starting point guard...he wouldnt start on Cleveland, Boston, Indiana,OKC, Philly, NY, Toronto, LA C's, san antonio, Lakeshow, Detroit, atlanta, chicago dallas, golden state, utah, pheonix, New orleans, New Jersey, or milwaukee...but he is a solid backup for most teams
Typical comments by you. Absolutely minimize everything the Magic do and overly maximize commments of other teams. Typical.
kenny

Auburn, WA

#163 Feb 19, 2009
nanningbob wrote:
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Typical comments by you. Absolutely minimize everything the Magic do and overly maximize commments of other teams. Typical.
no, its a good pickup, and will probably get the magic past the first round of the playoffs, but thats about it
right

Homestead, FL

#164 Feb 19, 2009
Detroit Fan wrote:
Goodnight Magic. Thanks for the good run first half of season, but you've clearly made this a 3 team race between Boston, Cleveland, and Detroit. Maybe next year or two if you survive free agency...
Detroit?! You cant be serious. The Pistons will be lucky to make the playoffs this season. Your team is way over the hill this isnt 2004 anymore.
nanningbob

Nanning, China

#165 Feb 19, 2009
kenny wrote:
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no, its a good pickup, and will probably get the magic past the first round of the playoffs, but thats about it
Sorry Kenny Cleveland still doesnot have an answer to our frontline. Bye bye cleveland.
kenny

Auburn, WA

#166 Feb 19, 2009
nanningbob wrote:
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Sorry Kenny Cleveland still doesnot have an answer to our frontline. Bye bye cleveland.
okay, keep telling urself that
Aron

Orlando, FL

#167 Feb 20, 2009
nanningbob wrote:
HA HA HA HA HA all you Otis bashers. Suddenly and once again they have to go run and hide. I made the prediction that when things are quiet Otis is not quiet. We trade Brian Cook and a 1st round pick plus two bench warmers for a starting PG. HA HA HA Otis does it again. I love this team and I love the way he makes the Anti Magic crowd a bunch of fools. Actually cant believe he pulled this one off. Amazing. Will take some time to make all the players work together but patience. snicker .... HMMMM .... snicker
No one is hiding. I'm glad Otis DID redeem himself like our Olympic team. If he didn't make a deal for someone/something, then the season was over and he would look like the biggest fool. You donít just let a top 5 NBA team go to waste because of one injury or another, especially when you have options to trade with/for.

So your comments are moot. Regaurdless if he was quietly working behind the scenes or not, he made statements stating that fact that he wasn't actively seeking a trade. Now why would you want to do that and upset your fans when you know your team has been in a downward spiral since the injury to your All-Star PG... It was just stupid nonsense in my opinion by our GM.
Aron

Orlando, FL

#168 Feb 20, 2009
kenny wrote:
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rafer is NOT a legit starting point guard...he wouldnt start on Cleveland, Boston, Indiana,OKC, Philly, NY, Toronto, LA C's, san antonio, Lakeshow, Detroit, atlanta, chicago dallas, golden state, utah, pheonix, New orleans, New Jersey, or milwaukee...but he is a solid backup for most teams
All those teams have better PG's you fool. Your comments are just stupid.
The Living Tribunal

Oviedo, FL

#169 Feb 20, 2009
Who is this Kenny idiot? Why does he keep posting on this forum? Didn't he say that he would quit posting here when the Magic whooped the Cavs? He's just happy that after so much whining and complaining, Mo Williams got put on the All-Star team, as an afterthought. Cleveland is good but they can't handle Orlando, even with Big Z. Why don't you post on your Seattle Supersoni....oops, I forgot, they moved to Oklahoma.
The Living Tribunal

Oviedo, FL

#170 Feb 20, 2009
Yes, my ISP says NY, but I'm in Orlando.
pedro

Orlando, FL

#171 Feb 20, 2009
Aron wrote:
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No one is hiding. I'm glad Otis DID redeem himself like our Olympic team. If he didn't make a deal for someone/something, then the season was over and he would look like the biggest fool. You donít just let a top 5 NBA team go to waste because of one injury or another, especially when you have options to trade with/for.
So your comments are moot. Regaurdless if he was quietly working behind the scenes or not, he made statements stating that fact that he wasn't actively seeking a trade. Now why would you want to do that and upset your fans when you know your team has been in a downward spiral since the injury to your All-Star PG... It was just stupid nonsense in my opinion by our GM.
Well said. that was bull**** that otis was telling us that so why wouldnt we have something to say. And kenny, you continue to prove what a moron you are with every stupid comment you make hahahahahaha
Tiffany

United States

#172 Feb 22, 2009
chris paul is a fatty patty
tony

Racine, WI

#173 Mar 2, 2009
hey man if you loved this article i found one on ebm publishing. its an interview with chris paul. great stuff
james

Allentown, PA

#174 Mar 5, 2009
yeah
Glenn

Jacksonville, FL

#175 Nov 22, 2009
I donít think Chris Paul will be leaving to go to the pistons because he built a team that can work around him. Also, the Pistons will not trade for Chris Paul because they see that heís not needed although he would contribute to the team. Chris Paul is the best point in the NBA. So if I were one of the ones that decide on who comes and goes me will make that trade in a hart beat. Also I think Chris Paul is going to get MVP. I have never been a Chris Paul fan but I'll say he certainly made every Magic player show what a farce they are on defense.

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