2017-18 New Orleans Pelicans Player Previews
Ian Clark quickly becoming most pivotal reserve in New Orleans Pelicans progressive offensive attack
Could the former Warrior make a run at the Sixth Man of the Year Award?
Yet there exists a chance for a happy ending for everyone.
The AD & Boogie-led superteam need to play their way.
Desperate times call for desperate measures!
Jrue’s back with the New Orleans Pelicans and significantly richer. But is he better?
Boogie has repeated stated he’s all in. Will it be enough though to push the team into the playoffs?
Can he stay potent shooting the rock while showing some improvement defensively?
Forgetting his draft position for a moment, Jackson compares tantalizingly well to previous higher profile 19-year-old NBA guards.
Let's hope for entertainment and no injuries
The journey for a legitimate starting small forward remains littered with question marks.
Can Moore Go From Luv-A-Bull to Luv-A-Bird?
Terrence Jones could be the secret to unlocking Anthony Davis and making New Orleans viable in the Western Conference.
2016-17 Player Preview: Jrue Holiday’s uncertain future and present puts Pelicans in precarious predicament
Holiday has matters much more important than sports to tend to, but where does it leave the team in the interim?
The stars might be aligning for Buddy Buckets in his rookie campaign.
Mere greatness is not enough for Anthony Davis. Moving him closer to the basket is the path to transcendence.
It might be now or never for the 28-year-old to seize a prominent role in an NBA rotation.
We don't even know yet if Lance Stephenson has a roster spot. But that doesn't mean the possibility is not worth entertaining.
Much will be asked of the little proven reserve guard, yet some hope exists.
Asik was brought to New Orleans to anchor the Pelicans defense. Through two seasons, he’s been an anchor in all the wrong ways.
The second round pick may not see many minutes during his rookie season, but don’t sleep on his upside.