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Southwest Notes: Johnson, Gordon, Hornets, Ford

Jarrett Jack gave the Hornets 18 points and ten dimes this afternoon but it wasn't enough as they fell to the Lakers 88-85.  Here's more out of the Southwest division..

  • The last 15 games of the season will determine whether the Hornets re-sign center Chris Johnson in the offseason, team officials tell John Reid of The Times-Picayune.  Coach Monty Williams said he's still trying to figure out what the 6'11", 210-pound journeyman from LSU can do.
  • The Hornets expect shooting guard Eric Gordon to return from right-knee surgery Wednesday against the Nuggets, writes Reid.  Earlier this week, Luke Adams pegged Gordon as the prize of the restricted free agent market in his look at this summer's available shooting guards.
  • Mike Wells of the Indianapolis Star checks in with former Spurs guard T.J. Ford, who's now a volunteer assistant with the Austin Toros after bringing his playing career to an end earlier this season. "I'm healthy, that's the whole purpose of me retiring," he said. "There really wasn't much else I could prove with my circumstances. I became more a role player coming off the bench. I'd rather now move on to the next phase in my life."

Chuck Myron contributed to this post.

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One thought on “Southwest Notes: Johnson, Gordon, Hornets, Ford

  1. dc21892

    I don’t blame Ford for retiring. In fact, I think it was a brilliant move. He was constantly getting hurt, and at some point you need to face the music. His playing days were limited.

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