The big men for the New Orleans Hornets are Emeka Okafor, David Andersen, DJ Mbenga, Jason Smith and graceful hoops magician, Aaron Gray. Other than Okafor, I would feel infinitely more comfortable if it were Lionel Hutz and his trusty staff defending the likes of Pau Gasol, Andrew Bynum and Lamar Odom. This one could get messy in a hurry. On the bright side, at least members of the Hornets who will be experiencing their first dip in the playoffs are happy to be here, but I’m guessing they would prefer to be getting a lap dance from Nicki Minaj, like Chris Paul did:
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A notable sports hero.
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Also, has genetics on his side.