2018-19 New Orleans Pelicans Game Recaps
Julius Randle drops sixth career triple-double in Pelicans 140-126 victory over division rival Spurs
Anthony Davis fell short of reaching 10,000 career points, but fans were treated to all sorts of goodness in New Orleans sixth win in last seven games.
Anthony Davis scores 40 points, leads New Orleans Pelicans to impressive 125-115 victory over Denver Nuggets
It was far from a one-man show as Holiday, Mirotic and Randle all shined brightly over a Western Conference playoff contender.
The Pels post their third largest come from behind victory in franchise history.
After sluggish start, New Orleans Pelicans fail to complete comeback, lose 107-100 to Minnesota Timberwolves
Pels waste a fantastic effort by E’Twaun Moore.
Shorthanded while facing the Beast in the East? No problem!
The Pels climb back to .500 with a 6-6 record.
The superstar is back.
A 122-116 loss marked six straight losses for the Pels
Davis’ return couldn’t stop the team’s spiral down the standings.
New Orleans Pelicans fall apart in fourth quarter, extend losing streak to four in 134-119 loss to Trailblazers
The Pelicans fought hard again on the road, but lacked the shooting and man power to pull through.
New Orleans Pelicans falter against Golden State Warriors, 131-121, but outcome not indicative of team’s potential
Anthony Davis returned to action, but it really wasn’t Anthony Davis.
Short-handed New Orleans Pelicans nearly pull off comeback before succumbing to Denver Nuggets in final minutes, 116-111
For the second game in a row, Anthony Davis was unavailable and Elfrid Payton joined him on the sidelines.
With no Anthony Davis, one figured the night could go wrong.
It’s official: Holiday has the Nets’ number.
Anthony Davis and Elfrid Payton’s late three-point heroics propel Pelicans to third-straight win to start season.
No more sleeping on Anthony Davis and crew!
New Orleans Pelicans finish preseason defenseless and winless, losing dress rehearsal to Toronto Raptors, 134-119
The final outcome does not matter, but plenty of the results were surely disconcerting.
Julius Randle and the rest of the team remain in search of their first preseason victory.
New Orleans Pelicans sustain several more bruises and another loss, falling 116-102 to Atlanta Hawks
The promise is there — if healthy!!!