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Wait 'Til Next Year | New Orleans Pelicans

A win over the defending champion San Antonio Spurs the last day of the regular season to cap off an eight-and-three stretch over the team’s final eleven games and a 45-win season was a pleasant surprise for this young New Orleans Pelicans team. 993 more words


The Choice Is Now In The Hands Of Anthony Davis

The growth of New Orleans big man Anthony Davis has been undeniable. He entered the league as a player with so much promise and not a lot of tape on what he could be offensively. 965 more words


PBT Extra: Can Pelicans find efficient second scorer next to Anthony Davis?

Golden State has Draymond Green, the guy likely to win (and my pick for) Defensive Player of the Year. His versatility and strength allows him to guard effectively positions one through four. 218 more words

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Reeling the NBA In: Watch out for the Pelicans

By Dylan Posner

Anthony Davis has seized the NBA. For the majority of the season, Davis, just twenty-two, was on track to break the Wilt Chamberlain’s single season PER mark. 651 more words

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Brooks Firing Shakes Pelicans' Williams

NEW ORLEANS — The news of Scott Brooks’ firing in Oklahoma City hit Monty Williams hard and maybe with very good reason.

The Pelicans coach had to at least wonder that if things turned out differently on the final night of the regular season, it might have been him getting shown the door. 289 more words

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Pelicans' Tyreke Evans leaves Game 1 with knee injury, MRI Sunday

The Pelicans were gamers on Saturday in their first ever playoff series. They were getting blown out, down 25 in the third but fought back to make it interesting in the end, falling to Golden State 106-99. 203 more words

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Bracing for Glory

Pelicans Soar

One way to describe the Pelicans’ season is to compare it to an eighty-two item test full of practical operation questions. They barely passed but they undoubtedly earned it. 751 more words