Southwest Notes: Hornets, Gordon, Spurs, Mavs

The Hornets couldn't find a deal for Eric Gordon at the trade deadline this year, but they'll probably be open to trading him during the offseason.  The guard had the right to veto a deal in his first year, making it extra difficult to find a deal.  Could New Orleans part ways with Gordon and others after the season?  Here's more on that and other news out of the Southwest..

  • Steve Kyler of HoopsWorld writes that the Hornets will have options this summer.  Kyler expects the Hornets to re-start talks on deals as soon as the season ends with Gordon but possibly other roster veterans like Ryan Anderson and Robin Lopez.
  • Former NBA player Trajan Langdon is now a scout for the Spurs and combing the D-League for its best talent, writes Gino Pilato of Ridiculous Upside.  Langdon has experience at every level of basketball, having also been a college star and a standout in Europe.
  • Baylor women's basketball star Brittney Griner is ready to take Mavs owner Mark Cuban up on his offer of an NBA tryout after the WNBA season, writes Doug Feinberg of the Associated Press.  The 6'8" center will be the first overall pick by the Phoenix Mercury in the WNBA draft April 15th.

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