2017 NBA Draft
It looks like New Orleans got their man, but will the vault up the draft order prove a worthy decision?
Some consider him to be one of the most dynamic shooters available in the draft, so there is good reason to believe he could earn the first two-way contract in New Orleans history.
Edmond Sumner may have been announced, but he’s headed to Indiana for cold hard cash.
The freshman guard is still recovering from foot surgery, but his talent and lone season at Duke point to undeniable potential.
Will the New Orleans Pelicans be pulled into the fray?
Trading away Tim Frazier could land New Orleans his replacement at the 52nd overall pick
New Orleans has two picks at 40 and 52 in the second round.
Be sure to watch the New Orleans Pelicans make their two selections in the second round.
Are the Pelicans that confident in re-signing Jrue Holiday? Or in Quinn Cook?
2017 NBA Draft: Examining all names associated at New Orleans Pelicans 40th pick in mock drafts and big boards
Josh Hart, Wesley Iwundu and Tyler Dorsey are just a few names to remember.
2017 NBA Draft Prospect Preview: Sindarius Thornwell has all the tools and may sit available for Pelicans
He’s surprisingly an underrated two-way wing player by several major outlets and may fall well into the second round.
A versatile forward who was a willing passer on super Oregon teams may fit well next to multiple stars.
Quick thoughts on a blockbuster trade.
The New Orleans Pelicans could be in need of a lot of help at point guard. Picking Morris in the second round would alleviate some concern.
A Cheick Diallo backup plan or not, Rabb’s talent is worth the gamble.
2017 NBA Draft Prospect Preview: Derrick White compares to Markelle Fultz but could be the next Malcolm Brogdon
Not only is he scheduled to work out for the New Orleans Pelicans, his all-around game points to a potentially successful NBA career.
Hart compares favorably to both Buddy Hield and Malcolm Brogdon from last year’s draft.