After one year with Anthony Davis, the Pelicans tried to skip rebuilding and may have stumbled in the process
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.
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
What a night for young Kendall Marshall. Getting his first start since joining the Lakers a few days ago, Marshall excelled, scoring 20 points (8-12 FG), dishing out 15 assists, and grabbing 6 rebounds
The New Orleans Pelicans just closed out a tough win over the Boston Celtics, by a score of 95-92.
They had to do it without Ryan Anderson, however, after he was taken off the court on a stretcher following
The New Orleans Pelicans like to run pick-and-rolls a lot. In fact, through their 29 games so far this season, they've used it in 35.3 percent of their offensive sets because it's been that good to them. A lot of that has to do with the fact that they acquired the pick-and-roll fiend that is Jrue Holiday in the off-season.
While the opening game of TNT's doubleheader (a Brooklyn Nets 102-93 win over the Los Angeles Clippers) was pretty forgettable, the finale was well worth staying up for. Thanks to 31 points and 25 rebounds
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Basic individual statistics never appropriate actual on-court value. To a certain degree, all players are
So last night was pretty awesome. Of the five games on the schedule, all but one of them - a Wizards blowout win over the Magic - was exciting. We had the Chicago Bulls ultimately fall short in their three