NBA Free Agency
With the start of NBA free agency, all eyes in New Orleans are on Zion Williamson though
There’s pressing needs to offload a guaranteed contract or two this summer
New Orleans also nets valuable traded player exception (TPE)
A good player, but it’s coming at a cost — the Pels are dealing away a protected 2022 first-round pick
Pelicans sending Lonzo Ball in sign-and-trade to Bulls, receiving Tomas Satoransky, Garrett Temple in return
The much-maligned Ball is moving onto his third NBA team
The latest news regarding Kyle Lowry, Lonzo Ball, Spencer Dinwiddie — and two newest names popping onto the radar
If Chris Paul, Mike Conley Jr. and Kyle Lowry prove unattainable, there’s other choices
The 22-year-old NBL center was coveted by multiple NBA teams
The details include five years and $158 million
New Orleans makes it clear that Steven Adams is not a stopgap
NBA Free Agency: Wenyen Gabriel and Sindarius Thornwell sign minimum deals with New Orleans Pelicans
These two signings should be the finishing touches to the roster, once Brandon Ingram and Kira Lewis Jr. are officially brought on board as well.
Pels add a rebounding machine who will slot behind Steven Adams on the depth chart
New Orleans 4-team Jrue Holiday trade complete, Steven Adams and Eric Bledsoe are officially Pelicans
Moving Kenrich Williams, Zylan Cheatham and Josh Gray via sign-and-trade to OKC was final peg
A slow start to free agency finally comes through with a starting center
2020 NBA free agency: Pelicans have major holes so Aaron Baynes, Maurice Harkless and others should sit on radar
A Stan Van Gundy and Aaron Baynes reunion? (Beardless Baynes, anyone remember that guy???)
The forward out of Xavier looks to be a smart gamble
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
The former Jazz big man will lockdown the paint for the New Orleans Pelicans.
Zion Williamson conditioning program shows progress, Nicolo Melli signing made official and JJ Redick declines Team USA invite
Some news and notes concerning the New Orleans Pelicans to wrap up this week!
JJ Redick’s shooting gravity will unlock New Orleans Pelicans offense as it did for Philadelphia 76ers
Joel Embiid enjoyed the spacing Redick provided over the last few years. Now it’s Zion Williamson’s turn.
New Orleans Pelicans prove first-rate organization status yet again after landing Nicolo Melli, JJ Redick and Derrick Favors on opening day of free agency
Anthony Davis’ trade request should be but a distant memory considering the vast changes already made to the front office, the medical/training staff and now the player roster.
Zion Williamson knows who is going to start at center beside him now.
2019 NBA Free Agency: Premier shooting guard JJ Redick agrees to two-year, $26.5 million deal with New Orleans Pelicans
#DukeSouth is real my friends!
The Pelicans needed a stretchy big, and guaranteed Melli for two years at $8 million
New Orleans Pelicans Dream Scenario: Landing Ja Morant, scoring Jayson Tatum and Domantas Sabonis in Anthony Davis trade, signing Tobias Harris in free agency
From the draft lottery to free agency, a ridiculously fun way to rebuild the Pelicans roster.
New Orleans failed to sign Tyrone Wallace, but Los Angeles sits two players heavy — something has to give.
New Orleans Pelicans offseason roster locked and loaded for battles in training camp but front office maintaining big picture
Darius Morris is signing a partially guaranteed contract, temporarily capping the roster at 20 players, but for the longer term, the series of summer moves indicate a wish to maintain utmost flexibility.
Pelicans have a good chance of landing the versatile guard!
Jah has officially signed a partially guaranteed contract, but just how good are his chances of landing a spot on the regular season roster?
Dell Demps has long flirted with the idea of bringing the ‘other’ Okafor to town. Now comes a chance for Jah to recoup his value where he almost landed two years ago.