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Pelicans have to do more than show Davis the money

The New Orleans Pelicans are expected to offer superstar forward Anthony Davis a five-year contract extension on July 1.  The deal is expected to be worth more than $143 million, or an average salary of nearly $29 million over the life of the deal. 704 more words

The Sixers Were Ordered To Pay The Pelicans $3 Million For Not Disclosing Jrue Holiday's Injuries

When the Philadelphia 76ers abruptly traded All-Star point guard Jrue Holiday to the New Orleans Pelicans for the rights to Nerlens Noel on the night of the 2013 Draft, it came as a bit of shock. 233 more words


The Philadelphia 76ers are NOT Having a Good Day

Secrets Secrets are no fun, they should be shared with everyone.

Per The Philadelphia Inquirer: we learned today that the Philadelphia 76ers may or may not have told the New Orleans Pelicans the wholehearted truth re: Jrue Holiday’s injury, before he was traded, two seasons ago — and were recently ordered to pay the Pelicans $3 Million… 166 more words


76ers didn't disclose Jrue Holiday injury before trade to Pelicans

The NBA came down with a fine for the Philadelphia 76ers after not disclosing an injury guard Jrue Holiday had before the franchise traded him two years ago to the… 112 more words


Report: Sixers did not disclose Jrue Holiday injury to Pelicans, fined $3 million by NBA

On draft night two years ago, the Philadephia 76ers traded Jrue Holiday to the New Orleans Pelicans for Nerlens Noel. In those two years, Holiday has been healthy enough to play in 74 games, missing 41 games his first year after the trade due to a stress fracture in his right leg that required surgery. 177 more words


PBT Extra: Who is better positioned as a new coach, Hoiberg or Gentry?

Fred Hoiberg landed in a pretty good spot in the NBA — he’s got Derrick Rose, Joakim Noah, Taj Gibson and more, a quality roster that won 50 games this past season. 101 more words

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Pelicans will play faster, lean on Anthony Davis more under Alvin Gentry

It was one of the most perplexing things about the Pelicans the last couple seasons. When the game would get tight late, one of their guards would walk the ball up the court (allowing the defense to fully get set), then usually pound the ball into the ground with his dribble before trying to create a shot for himself in the final seconds of the clock. 613 more words

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