2020 NBA Draft
New Orleans punted on making more than one selection on draft night, adding to their impressive cache of assets
2020 NBA Draft: New Orleans Pelicans trade #39 (Elijah Hughes) to Utah Jazz and #42 (Nick Richards) to Charlotte Hornets
And let’s add some more future draft compensation!
More future draft compensation headed to New Orleans
A speedy, scoring point guard from the University of Alabama!
I’d be extremely happy with one of Patrick Williams, Tyrese Haliburton or Killian Hayes, too, but "Big O" is the dream
It’s not written in stone, however. Many expect a wild draft night and New Orleans could get involved in another trade.
Who should the New Orleans Pelicans be eyeing?
David Griffin and Trajan Langdon continue to stock their future pick war chest
Jrue Holiday Trade Packages, Part IV: Three teams perhaps likeliest to be involved in some form of a Holiday deal
Jrue Holiday Trade Packages, Part III: Neither team is particularly inviting in one-on-one deals, but possibilities multiply exponentially if a third team gets added to the mix
With the uncertainty surrounding the offseason for the Pels, plenty could happen with this team. That includes movement in the upcoming NBA Draft.
New Orleans Pelicans Dream Scenario: Adding youth and lineup versatility by trading Jrue Holiday to Brooklyn
Jrue Holiday trade, the draft, and even some fun in free agency
Examining the potential of the Pelicans trading Jrue Holiday for the Hawks No. 6 draft pick or the Suns No. 10 draft pick
Jrue Holiday Trade Packages, Part II: Looking at two playoff hopefuls who might be seeking that important veteran
Examining the potential of the Pelicans trading Jrue Holiday for Tyler Herro or the Warriors No. 2 draft pick
Jrue Holiday Trade Packages, Part I: Looking at two championship contenders who might be seeking that one move to put them over the top
A sweet-shooting stroke on a 6’6 frame at the 13th overall pick of the 2020 NBA Draft? Sure!