NEW ORLEANS (Gazette) — The ink has not even dried yet on the #Pelicans 110 to 90 debacle vs. Orlando. Already, they are hawking tickets for tomorrow night’s game vs. Charlotte in the New Orleans Arena. They should be ashamed of themselves. When is the owner going to fire this Pelicans’ horrible coach, Monty Williams. They brought in a ton of new players, changed the team name, redid the Arena, etc. Are they going to enjoy another whole year of being in last place in their division with the same dumb coach? DUMBBB!!!
In other news, some people’s wishes may soon be answered from Washington D.C. In fact, many people across the country might consider this welcomed news. It sure would keep thousands of individuals from crowding U.S. jails for such minor offenses. Jails are already overcrowded with real criminals.
Too bad that I will not be able to go to the Songwriters Festival this week. I have previous engagements which preclude my visit.
UPDATE: I just read that the storm in the Philippines caused flooding up to 50 ft. high. That is unbelievable.
(Delery Gazette) New Orleans — SORRY! There were errors in transposing the bracket to my website. I posted YAHOO’s bracket, but there must be some kind of lock or encryption on the HTML. So, meanwhile, I will leave here what survived the translation. If I can figure things out I will try again to post the bracket here. SORRY!!
My money tonight is on San Antonio. I predict that San Antonio will meet Miami Heat in the championship series. DUH!!!
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The fine Jennifer Hale @JenHale504 on 25 March tweeted:
Hornets upset the Nuggets 110-86 with 7 Nola players in double digits. Next up: Clippers & Heat.
My Reply to @JenHale504:
Ferdie Werdie @ferdiewerdie tweeted,
@JenHale504 >>We couldn’t do it. #Clippers prevailed. #TGIF & let’s beat da #Heat as #Hornets are again live in da hive. Jennifer, I just have to say to you right here: Geaux, You Fine Thang …You are totally gorgeous; and you make me shake like a leaf every time you do an interview on TV. Like Elvis said, “I’M ALL SHOOK UP!!”
Fine Interviews: Jennifer Hale
NEW ORLEANS (by Ferdie) — I recently replied with a tweet to lovely Jennifer Hale, the gorgeous sandy-haired courtside reporter for the Hornets, about the Hornets’ fortunes. In the photo above she is showing her lovely smile. On Monday, March 25, I absolutely enjoyed watching the Hornets break the Denver Nuggets’ 15-game winning streak. The Bees scored the victory even without 1st-string play-makers Eric Gordan & Greivis Vasquez who were injured. It was an exciting game! I just had to put my two-cents in Re: Jennifer’s tweet. Between the action on the court and Jennifer’s fine interviews, I had a fun time. Subsequently, the high-flying Los Angeles Clippers dared to come to the Big Easy on Wednesday, March 27, and bury their foot in the Hornets’ buttockle area. TONIGHT in the hive: The Heat! The Heat! The Miami Heat! YES, I’M STUTTERING!
NEW ORLEANS (AP) — Brian Roberts (back-up point guard for Greivis Vasquez) on Monday could not himself believe the outstanding performance which he delivered to help end Denver’s 15-game win streak.
by Ferdie Werdie
If you turn off any Hornets game with 5 or 6 minutes left you would have seen a great game. The Hor”PELI”cants were beating the “hated” Lakers by 21 points near the end of the 3rd Quarter, but lost 108-102 in the end. Coach Monty Williams SUCKS! Almost every game, the Pelicants have a large lead into the final minutes of the game ..until that terrible coach, Monty, starts coaching us to a horrific loss. What a genius! NOTtttttt!!!!
@ferdiewerdie2013 Playoffs NOTE: this was posted in 2013. The LAKERS were swept by the Spurs that year. The Hornet were last in their division that year. The Pelicans were last in their division this year. The Pelicans will be last in their division forever, unless they get a new coach. I will WUV the Lakers before the Pelicans climb from the cellar as long as they keep this “bottom-feeder” coach.
@Hornets >>The doggone #Lakers have plopped their butts in a seat to the #bigdance. Plenty games are left, but they sat their big butts at the #8thSeed position for now. If these guys can hold onto a seat to the dance, I believe that they will be dangerous. Look how far they’ve come this year.
Why did I address this tweet to the Hornets? Because they have disappointed me very much this year. So, I might just become a Lakers fan for the rest of the year. What choice do I have? Also, I do not plan to wait around all off-season just to watch the Pelicans have another sub-par season next year. I do not trust Hornets/Pelicans coach Monty Williams with the family jewels. His decision-making has been very suspect this year. In my opinion he is a lousy son-of-a-beoyonggg.
Thus, I will begin cheering for the dang Lakers in order for me to maintain my sanity. What could be worst? Besides that, if the Pelicans hold onto coach Monty and have another lousy year next year, I believe that it will be years before the Pelicans become truly meaningful in the NBA. I am a N’Awlins boy, but I have to respect how the Lakers slid their tails into a party seat after how their season started off. Remember that both the Lakers and the Brooklyn Nets cut their losses early in the season and hired new coaches. Now, both teams are headed to the playoffs. hahaha >>to the New Orleans HorPelicants.