After one year with Anthony Davis, the Pelicans tried to skip rebuilding and may have stumbled in the process
The New Orleans Pelicans may not be good at drafting but at least they're doing something about it by trading lottery picks for proven players.
In his latest Boost mobile commercials, Anthony Davis shows off his more intimidating side.
The New Orleans Pelicans made a big decision on draft night last summer. Packaging their lottery pick (or Nerlens Noel, as it turned out to be) in a deal for All-Star Jrue Holiday set them on a fast rebuilding track, one quite different from the likes of the 76ers, Bucks and Jazz.
Before I dive right into this countdown, there is something that absolutely needs to be noted: For the most part, the MVP has been a two-man race between Kevin Durant and LeBron James for the majority
It's time for another Hardwood Paroxysm Round Table Over Everything! HOO-AH! It's the end of the year, and we've got awards to hand out. But not, like, the regular kind. The better kind. The ones that people in twenty, forty, one hundred years will really remember when thinking about these players. Don't forget to sign the yearbooks of our voting panel on the way out! HAGS! KIT!
Just like there's more than one way to skin a cat, there's more than one way to develop an NBA rookie. As long as you do it, does it really matter how it happens.
Anthony Davis has been on a tear lately, closing out his sophomore season in impressive fashion.
Recently, the Pelican big man did a Q and A with ESPN True Hoop's Kevin Arnovitz. They covered a lot of
Anthony Davis and Ryan Anderson take a trip to the New Orleans Aquarium to support a great cause.
The other day, Ryan Anderson and Anthony Davis of the New Orleans Pelicans made a little promotional video for the Toast for the Coast even the Pelicans are participating in along with the Audubon Aquarium