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08:05 AM ET 12.03 | For an off-day, Hornets veteran Jason Smith had plenty to say Sunday. He said they are not moving the ball enough offensively and too many players are putting themselves in one-on-one isolation plays instead of involving their teammates. Although the Hornets are still without their two best players, Anthony Davis and Eric Gordon, because of injuries, they have not been able avoid low-scoring quarters or get enough significant contributions from key players. "You can say it's not a big problem and some people shrug it off, but it's a problem," Smith said. ... [The Hornets] have lost nine of 10 games and they appear to be regressing instead of improving, especially offensively.

The Times-Picayune

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December 3, 2012  09:57 AM ET

Lead By Example, Bro.

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December 3, 2012  03:04 PM ET

Anthony remember, Wednesday is Prince Spagetti Day in Boston!!!!

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