2018-19 New Orleans Pelicans Game Recaps
Boogie returned, AD burned a few more bridges and Magic quit the Lakers on the last night of New Orleans 2018-19 regular season!!
Much to the dismay of diehards, Ian Clark, Jahlil Okafor and Elfrid Payton all posted huge games en route to the surprise victory.
Josh Jackson and Dragan Bender best Julius Randle and Ian Clark.
Julius Randle and Kemba Walker dominated play, but David Jovanovic stole tonight’s show!
New Orleans Pelicans fall flat in second half shellacking at hands of Los Angeles Lakers, lose 130-102
A close game went sour quick once the third quarter began.
Julius Randle and Christian Wood propel New Orleans Pelicans to hotly-contested 121-118 victory over Sacramento Kings
New Orleans bigs dominated from start to finish.
Christian Wood goes off but Pelicans drop 130-120 shootout to Hawks behind Trae Young’s 33 points and 12 assists
New Orleans can’t hold an early lead against Atlanta, lose third straight game
Frank Jackson had a career high in assists and the Pelicans held James Harden to 28 points. Otherwise the Pels lost another game in blowout fashion.
New Orleans Pelicans bounce back in big way behind fantastic group effort, knocking off Dallas Mavericks in overtime, 129-125
Elfrid Payton notched his fifth consecutive triple-double, Julius Randle was awesome and Frank Jackson, Cheick Diallo and Kenrich Williams all rose to the occasion.
New Orleans Pelicans give game away in overtime, losing in stunning fashion to Phoenix Suns, 138-136
This look by the Suns head coach perfectly encapsulated the final 7.7 seconds of action.
Julius Randle scores career-high 45 points, Elfrid Payton notches third consecutive triple-double, but Pelicans lose 122-110 to Trail Blazers
New Orleans has now lost five straight games.
Nikola Mirotic, Milwaukee Bucks overwhelm New Orleans Pelicans 130-113 despite triple-double effort from Elfrid Payton
A Greek and a Spaniard walk into a Smoothie King Center...
Frank Jackson, Julius Randle score 23 points apiece, Elfrid Payton notches triple-double, but New Orleans Pelicans lose 128-116 to Atlanta Hawks
Plus Dairis Bertans saw his first action.
After competitive first half, Pels fall apart
Despite cutting the deficit to single digits for most of the fourth quarter, the Pelicans couldn’t get the job done
Jrue Holiday and Julius Randle provided the special sauce again and none of the guys ever gave up!
New Orleans Pelicans stun Denver Nuggets in incredible fashion, coming from 19 points down to beat West’s second best team, 120-112
By now, no one should be surprised by how well the Pels are faring without Anthony Davis!
New Orleans Pelicans overcome lackadaisical start and coast to easy 130-116 victory over Phoenix Suns
New Orleans turned on the jets after halftime, scoring 74 points!
New Orleans Pelicans lose 125-119 to Los Angeles Lakers as LeBron James comes up with big shot in the clutch
A three-pointer over the outstretched hand of Jrue Holiday with just over 30 seconds remaining sealed the win for L.A.
With Anthony Davis watching, Pelicans nearly pull off unexpected comeback.
No Anthony Davis, no problem for the Jrue Krewe
New Orleans Pelicans start hot but finish with deafening thud in 126-111 loss against Indiana Pacers
Everything came unglued after halftime as the Pacers outscored the Pels by 28 points.
New Orleans Pelicans beat OKC Thunder 131-122 despite Anthony Davis leaving building shortly after halftime
The AD saga took another dramatic turn Thursday night.
Tuesday night’s matchup quickly turned into a bad joke.
It was a major struggle after the first quarter.
It was an uncomfortable night for all, but New Orleans still managed to grab a victory.
Julius Randle drops 31 points in return to propel New Orleans Pelicans to 125-120 victory over Chicago Bulls
Nola notches just their third win inside the last three weeks.
Despite surrounding Anthony Davis trade chatter, New Orleans continues to overachieve with an underwhelming healthy roster.
New Orleans Pelicans fall short but impress with never-die attitude in 113-108 loss to San Antonio Spurs
Frank Jackson went off for a new career-high of 25 points in the losing effort.
The raucous energy of the team carried over from last night’s upset win, but there was not quite enough left in the legs to make it two straight.
New Orleans Pelicans upset Houston Rockets by 121-116 score despite missing four starters and one sixth man candidate
Pelicans pen a beautiful story about Jrue Holiday and his merry men of beating up the big, bad James Harden and his Rockets army inside his own backyard.