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Best Saints Player

Drew Brees — Drew Brees may be a Saint, but for New Orleanians, he’s a deity. This is the quarterback’s fourth year in a row taking top honors, but this year holds special significance. He’s become synonymous with the Saints and thus, the Saints’ incredible Super Bowl victory. No matter how the Saints fare this season, Brees will have the special distinction as the quarterback behind the team’s first Lombardi trophy. 2. Jeremy Shockey TIE 3. Darren Sharper

3. Marques Colston

Best Hornets Player

Chris Paul — Consecutive injuries may have kept him sidelined for a lot of games, but that didn’t stop New Orleanians from voting the 25-year-old point guard to the top once again. CP3’s status as a three-time NBA All-Star and player on the gold medal-winning Team USA in the 2008 Beijing Olympics makes him stand out among his teammates. Let’s hope the rest of the Hornets can rise to his level this season. 2. David West 3. Marcus Thornton

Best Zephyrs Player John Lindsey — Although Lindsey isn’t with the Zephyrs any more — he moved on to play first base for the Los Angeles Dodgers Triple-AAA affiliate Albuquerque Isotopes this year — New Orleanians haven’t forgotten him, picking

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him as their favorite two years in a row. 2. Hector Luna 3. Logan Morrison

Best Jesters Player

Steve Fabian — He recently signed with Pittsburgh Riverhounds, but New Orleanians remember Fabian as the impenetrable starting goalkeeper of the Jesters. The two-time Best of New Orleans winner contributed to the team’s sterling 2009 regular season when he was just a rookie, boasting a record of 64 saves. page 51

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