Pelicans are tied with 14 wins over .500+ teams with Portland and San Antonio. Last season New Orleans won 14 games over opponents .500 or better all season.
Anthony Davis hit a three, his first of the season, at the buzzer, with the defense all over him to win the game for the Pelicans. What an amazing game this was!!!
Anthony Davis highlights will never ever EVER get old. This one-handed alley-oop was amazing. It's been a huge game from him as the Pelicans fight for playoff position.
The link says it all. Anthony Davis is now about to make a lot of money off, "Fear the Brow."
Important to note, the Pelicans have yet to play the Thunder at 100%. Eric Gordon missed the first two games. Jrue Holiday missed on Wednesday and will be out tonight as well.
The NBA today announced that New Orleans Pelicans forward Anthony Davis has been named a participant in the Degree® Shooting Stars Competition at State Farm All-Star Saturday Night on February 14 at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn. Davis will be joined in the Degree Shooting Stars competition by fellow NBA All-Stars Stephen Curry of Golden State, Chris Bosh of Miami and Russell Westbrook of Oklahoma City. TNT will exclusively televise the Degree® Shooting Stars, which features four teams composed of one current NBA player, one current WNBA player and an NBA legend competing in a two-round, timed shooting competition.http://www.nba.com/pelicans/news/pelicans-forward-anthony-davis-participate-state-farm-all-star-saturday-night
Despite a cold night last night overall the New Orleans offense is really starting to put it together. Seventh in the league is nothing to sneeze at, especially considering the teams below the Pelicans.
Dell Demps and Monty Williams continue to search for consistency from their backup point guard. The roster now stands at 12 with three open slots.
As expected, the computers really liked that win over the Atlanta Hawks. While the Pelicans remain a game back of Phoenix, they are tied in the loss column. Both teams are 13-14 against .500+ competition.
Yep. Here lies DeMarre Carrol, who was an innocent bystander in a HUGE putback dunk from Anthony Davis.