At age 31, Mason will be heading in to his 9th season as a pro and should see some court time in the second unit as a shooting guard behind both Eric Gordon and Austin Rivers. Roger Mason Jr. was originally drafted in the second round of the 2002 draft and has bounced around the league throughout his career. New Orleans will be the sixth team he's joined in his nine year career, so it seems unlikely that he stays with the team beyond the life of his contract.
|Roger Mason Jr will provide the Hornets with outside scoring and experience.|
Regardless of Mason's expected impact on the team, the Hornets roster is beginning to look complete and if Coach Monty's history of achieving more with less is any indication of what to expect from New Orleans this season, there's definitely cause for optimism.
Check out this video filled with Roger Mason Jr's game winning shots during his 08-09 season with the San Antonio Spurs... that's shots plural.