The city of New Orleans has so many wonderful reasons to be excited about the future of their basketball team
New Orleans must win game 6 at home to keep the series alive — hey, we’ve been here before!
Special memories were made in game 4!
Chris Paul did it again, destroying the New Orleans defense in a fourth quarter
We’ve got a series!!
Pelicans lose 110-99 to Suns, but 2nd half adjustments give hope for remainder of first-round series
Once New Orleans began playing with more physicality and pace, they started to experience some success
Long live this Play-in game, ahhhhh!
"A big-time win for our program." — Willie Green
Everyone’s thinking about the San Antonio Spurs coming to town on Wednesday
One of the poorest performances of the season
Such an incredible accomplishment for a team that began this season with a 3-16 record!
Los Angeles set the tone on both sides of the ball. New Orleans failed to recover.
New Orleans may have just extinguished all postseason hope in L.A.
New Orleans didn’t play their best, but they notched the ever-important victory
Trey Murphy caught fire in the second half to lead the charge
"The energy in the building was fantastic." — Willie Green
New Orleans lost Herb Jones in the third quarter, and the game, in the fourth
Jose Alvarado impresses in front of “home” Atlanta crowd, leads Pelicans to 117-112 victory over Hawks
New Orleans moves ahead of the Lakers into ninth place in the Western Conference standings!
New Orleans set several franchise records in San Antonio Friday night!
CJ McCollum returned to action, but the story of the night were New Orleans’ 17 turnovers
Hayes, Alvarado and Valanciunas were magnificent
New Orleans is now riding an ugly 4-game losing streak as the team’s defense has gone missing in action
Truly a disheartening defeat
Memphis jumped all over New Orleans right from tip-off
New Orleans had chances to close out the game in the 4th quarter but failed to capitalize
Brandon Ingram was magnificent!
Jonas Valanciunas sends an important message to Ukrainian people in postgame
First Look at New Starting Five: CJ, Herb, BI, Jax, JV
CJ McCollum shined, but several of his backcourt running mates struggled once more