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King Taharqa

Hornets FIRE Byron Scott

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Does seem to be a waste of Chris Paul's abilities.

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Im starting to think there is something up with this guy. Players don't like him or something. He has good years then gets fired. He went to 2 straight finals with the Nets and then was fired the next year.

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They all but quit on him in the playoff series against the Nuggets last year, I was surprised they even brought him back this season.

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