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Top 30 PGs of 2014-15: #20-16

20. Michael Carter-Williams (Last years rank: unranked – rookie)

MCW put together a very solid rookie campaign earning the ’13-14 Rookie of the Year award, putting up 16.7 ppg, 6.3 apg, and a PG best 6.2 rpg in over 34 minutes per game for an awful 76ers team that clearly was tanking for a top 2 lottery pick. 1,469 more words

New Orleans Pelicans

New Orleans Pelicans

2013-14 record: 34-48 (5th in SW, 12th in West)

The Pelicans, which, in my opinion, is one of the lamest team names in sports history, quietly had some of the best players in the league, even though it didn’t translate to a winning record. 1,043 more words


ProBasketballTalk 2014-15 Preview: New Orleans Pelicans

Last season: In their first year as the Pelicans, New Orleans spent big to bring in Tyreke Evans and traded for Jrue Holiday. On paper, they should have been a playoff team, with a deep backcourt and a franchise centerpiece in Anthony Davis who is rightly viewed as the heir to the LeBron/Durant “best player in the world/destroyer of the universe” mantle. 486 more words

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NBA Season Preview: New Orleans Pelicans

2013-2014 Results: 34-48. Missed playoffs.

Key additions: Omer Asik, John Salmons, Jimmer Fredette,

Key losses: Al-Farouq Aminu, Greg Stiemsma, Anthony Morrow, Alexis Ajinca

Projected Starting Lineup: 1,388 more words


67RIEFNS No. 25: Synergy of the Pelicans' lineup

The NBA is full of talent, personality and suspense. During the offseason, It’s easy to forget how wonderful the league can be. So, I’ve assembled 67 Reasons I’m Excited For Next Season (67RIEFNS). 440 more words

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New Orleans Pelicans 2014-15 Preview

Here is a snippet of my New Orleans Pelicans 2014-15 season preview from CelticsBlog.com, which is part of SBNation’s annual season preview project.

X-FACTOR – Eric Gordon…

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Video: NBA Season Preview - New Orleans Pelicans: Rank #17

Come back each day in the month leading up to the 2014-15 NBA season tip off, as Ball So Hard’s Matt Sampson and a rotating cast of… 127 more words