Booooooo. Still behind the Thunder.
Anthony Davis let the world know he was back and should remain in consideration for this season's MVP.
Ugh. The streak ends at five.
Omer Asik takes ownership of the paint, collects bricks.
Four in a row! Eric Gordon is my favorite! Kareem. Abdul. Ajinca
Quincy Pondexter's career night against the Nets helped extend New Orleans' winning streak to three.
Tonight, the Pelicans came back from an 18 point deficit against the 2nd best team from the Eastern Conference.
New Orleans won the battle tonight. Unfortunately, lady luck and injuries may have defeated them in the big picture.
Honestly, I don't think our loss in Philadelphia should be classified as the worst loss of the season anymore.
The best parts of tonight's matchup took place outside of the game action. First, with Davis being honored, and then Demps hopeful interview with FSNO Jen Hale.
Well, that was a disappointing way to lose.
Get well soon, Anthony Davis.
With the win, the Pelicans seize the season series against the Thunder 3 games to 1, and more importantly, a possibly pivotal tiebreaker.
Yea, #0 is pretty good.
Led by their starting frontcourt of basketball Adonis Anthony Davis (29 points, 13 rebounds) and Omer "Dennis Rodman" Asik (9 points, 17 rebounds) the Pelicans improved to 17-6 at home with a victory over the NBA-best Atlanta Hawks.
Eric Gordon??? ERIC GORDON!!!
As if losing the game wasn't bad enough...
The Pelicans won their fourth game in a row!
The Pelicans did a good job. TWO IN A ROW!
The game was very much in doubt until the 4th quarter. Then the Pelicans went on a magnificent 27-12 run.
The New Orleans Pelicans finished their road trip 2-3, after their third straight disappointing loss to an Eastern Conference foe.
Tyreke Evans hits a game winning lay-up for the Pelicans in their comeback win in Toronto.
Young teams can be maddening, but the Pelicans issues are much deeper than that.
Somehow, the final score belies the magnitude of this victory.
The Celtics defeated the Pelicans. It was sad. Jrue Holiday got hurt. Sports are dumb.
And during the game, Adrian Wojnarowski announced one of his patented bombs with New Orleans rumored to be involved in a three team deal with Boston and Memphis.
We got Kemba'd.
A picture is worth a thousand words. On the night Eric Gordon returned, Twitter broke and the referees missed a slew of calls. Coincidence? I think not.
The Pelicans New Year couldn't have started any better. They led from start to finish and are now 4-4 in the ultra difficult Southwest Division.
Anthony Davis grabbed 18 rebounds! Omer Asik looked alive! JIMMER!!!!!
Pelicans played well coming off a back to back, but still leave with a loss in Chicago.