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Outsider’s Perspective: The Collin Sexton Edition

Cavs media and podcast host Justin Rowan reveals his thoughts on the young, dynamic Cleveland guard.

Jrue and Lauren Holiday discuss hardship of leaving New Orleans and joining Giannis and Bucks

"I just feel like New Orleans will always have a piece of our heart." — Lauren Holiday

An Official Problem: Why natural and unnatural referee bias still dictates critical games

"I think there’s too much professional wrestling in basketball."

Love of the Game in a Time of Civil Unrest and Outbreak: A conversation with Asian Man Records’ Mike Park

Dr. Glenn Copeland, noted medical director, believes NBA can mitigate risks inside Orlando bubble

The three-zone method is key

Outsider’s Perspective: Could NBA’s next rivalry involve the Memphis Grizzlies and New Orleans Pelicans?

Zion Williamson and Ja Morant, both cities on the Mississippi, and plenty more apt comparisons

Didi Louzada focused on taking next step with New Orleans Pelicans

The draft-and-stash candidate may be ready for a promotion to the NBA

Jrue Holiday staying ready with Mike G off the court, assisting New Orleans hospitals by providing meals to workers during coronavirus outbreak

Without access to a public gym or the Pelicans practice facility, performance coach Mike Guevara has gotten creative in training his two exclusive clients: Jrue Holiday and Darius Miller

The Bird Calls Podcast: During these trying times, be socially mindful but remember to dream of glorious Lonzo-Zion lob connections

What does the coronavirus, the return of the 2019-20 season and perhaps the flashiest tandem have in common? We discuss them all with Antonio Daniels on this podcast!

Building his Brand: Why Zion Williamson Will Soon Surpass LeBron James, Kevin Durant in Off-court Earnings

Rich Kleimain of ESPN’s "The Boardroom" discusses the art of building a brand and what’s next for growing stars like Zion

Lonzo Ball and Zion Williamson fast building inseparable bond ahead of date with Minnesota Timberwolves

They’ve played only 15 games together, but it’s already obvious that the Lonzo and Zion duo is a keeper.

Zion Williamson: Revel in his God-given ability, youthful exuberance, and most importantly, good health

The New Orleans Pelicans deserve accolade for a rehab program that’s been a smashing success thus far!

New Orleans Pelicans oral history: 2019 No. 1 pick Zion Williamson’s debut

Through the words of his head coach and teammates

Swin Cash on her decision to join the Pelicans, what makes her tick, and her passion for the future of female Earth shakers

New Orleans VP of Basketball Ops and Team Development is deeply committed to numerous endeavors.

2019-20 Player Preview: Frank Jackson poised for breakout season, but stacked New Orleans Pelicans roster could interfere with that plan

Ferrari Frank has all the tools to become a difference-maker in the NBA, but will he get an opportunity to prove himself this season?

2019-20 Player Preview: Nickeil Alexander-Walker could find himself in Pelicans regular rotation sooner rather than later

NAW wants to be the best he can be, but the current version might be good enough now to force Alvin Gentry’s hand.

New Orleans Pelicans will reveal first true glimpse of potential in Saturday’s open practice

Alvin Gentry says the team will treat the fans to a scrimmage and everyone should be available to participate outside of Jaxson Hayes.

2019-20 Player Preview: Derrick Favors should make immediate impact for New Orleans Pelicans, reasserting himself among league’s best at center

Among new additions like Zion, the Lakers trio, draft picks and sharpshooter JJ Redick, a veteran like Derrick Favors can get lost in the midst. Here’s why he might become New Orleans’ most critical player.

Greivis Vasquez discusses new position with Pelicans organization and, of course, Zion Williamson

One of yesterday’s announced Erie Bayhawks coaching additions joined me to break down his new role and the Pelicans’ rookie class!

“He’s Stronger than He’s Ever Been:” Jrue Holiday Poised to Take Pelicans to Next Level

Holiday’s offseason work ethic has already reaped benefits in the past. Can it take the Pelicans and he further in 2019-20?

2019-20 New Orleans Pelicans Schedule: As Josh Hart said, “30!! We lit!”

The Bird Calls Podcast: A franchise record for appearances on national tv, but the first half of the schedule is daunting.

To optimize the Pelicans’ offense, Redick and Melli will need minutes and lots of them

The New Orleans Pelicans officially added a couple of floor spacing veterans in JJ Redick and Nicolo Melli. How much will they play?

Reassessing the Baby Pelicans’ Ceilings with Bleacher Report NBA’s, Jonathan Wasserman

The Las Vegas Summer League stage hosted breakout performances by a young Pelicans’ squad. Will they get major minutes in their rookie year?

Nancy Lieberman beams about David Griffin and Swin Cash, praises Jrue Holiday and Julius Randle, and discusses potential Anthony Davis trade

We asked a Hall of Famer about a wide-ranging allotment of questions on the current state of the Pelicans organization.

Anthony Davis trade offers could take new turn with potential landscape-changing injury to Kevin Durant

The NBA’s delicate balance was shook violently last night.

Former All-American and current Wake Forest assistant coach Randolph Childress gives insider’s look at Zion Williamson, RJ Barrett and other NBA draft prospects from ACC

A rare perspective from the coaching sidelines about some of the best from the college basketball ranks this season!!

Rationalizing RJ Barrett and Jarrett Culver ahead of Ja Morant plus a look at several prospects New Orleans Pelicans should consider in second round

Trevor Magnotti joined us on the podcast and he gave us his unique perspective on the NBA Draft

Some within Boston Celtics prefer to not sacrifice Tatum and Brown, but expect Danny Ainge to remain staunchly in favor of trading for Anthony Davis

Whether Kyrie Irving stays or goes, Sean Deveney expects Ainge to still take a swing at the fences.

Celtics not expected to pursue Anthony Davis as vigorously as prior to trade deadline, but door wide open for Knicks, Lakers and mystery teams

With Kyrie Irving not expected to re-sign with Celtics, Danny Ainge may decide to keep assets and build around Jayson Tatum and company.

Anthony Davis Trade Packages, Part Six: Time for Danny Ainge to spend Boston Celtics assets like Jayson Tatum and Jaylen Brown

The Pelicans resident superstar has remained adamant about his intentions of leaving so let’s assess the best offers out there!

Jrue Holiday ready to embrace role of face of New Orleans Pelicans franchise

Performance consultant Mike Guevara updates us on Jrue’s progress from his abdominal procedure, whether AD has dropped any hints as to his future and gives first impression of Zion Williamson.

Zion Williamson’s humility and engaging personality will make him a fan favorite in New Orleans

Are Zion and the Pelicans a match made in heaven? We ask Mr. Adam Rowe from The Devil’s Den!