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New Orleans Pelicans Player Rankings

Pelicans can't handle Suns offense, fall 121-100

The Suns shot 51 percent from the floor and did a good job of forcing New Orleans' defense to defend the entire floor. It's an L for New Orleans.

Pelicans honor Bryant, then beat Lakers, 110-102

The Pelicans paid tribute to one of the greats to ever play the game, Kobe Bryant, during his final appearance in New Orleans.

Pelicans scare Celtics but still lose, 104-97

Breaking news: Avery Bradley caught picking Tim Frazier's nose!!!

Pelicans: 93 - 76ers: 107

We wanted a loss. But not like this.

Pelicans in Power Rankings - Week 23

#TankFlight is in danger of a crash landing.

Pelicans rout the punchless Nets, 106-87

Tim Frazier was incredible again, but this game was a perfect example of why we should fear New Orleans is going to plummet down the draft lottery standings.

Pelicans come together for win vs Nuggets, 101-95

You can't stop Luke Babbitt, Toney Douglas and _____ you can only hope to contain them.

Pelicans battle but lose to Spurs, 100-92

Despite all the injuries, New Orleans is still playing with loads of effort. That's a win itself during these final days of the 2015-16 regular season.

Pelicans pick up a win against Knicks, 99-91

The Pelicans got a nice W with Jrue Holiday leading the way.

Pelicans' offense stalls, lose to Raptors, 115-91

The best part about this one? Hold on, I'm still thinking...

Shorthanded Pelicans fall to Pacers, 92-84

The tank may be operating at maximum capacity, but this New Orleans team refuses to roll over in games.

Pelicans 99 - Heat 113

There was a moment of competitiveness before the Heat asserted their dominance to close it out.

Pelicans upset Clippers, 109-105

No Anthony Davis. No Ryan Anderson. Who cares! The Pelicans pull out the victory against the 4th best Western Conference team despite most of their big guns unavailable.

Davis-less Pelicans nearly upset Trail Blazers

Anthony Davis left with vague knee injury, but New Orleans still nearly overcame a 20-point deficit in the 2nd half against Portland.

Tim Frazier leads Pelicans to win over Kings

Tim Frazier did more than just spectate -- watching him play tonight brought back a lot of fond memories of Ish Smith. It's high time this roster always has the services of a pass-first point guard at their disposal.

Game Recap: Warriors 125 - Pelicans 107

Pelicans did not have a chance unless the Warriors just didn't try.

Pelicans 114 - Grizzlies 121

It wasn't pretty and it took too long. Finally, it's over.

Pelicans come up short against Hornets, 122-113

Pelicans' one-two punch of Holiday and Davis and Gentry's halftime adjustments were nearly enough to overcome a double-digit deficit, playing short-handed, and a Hornets 22-9 home record.

Pelicans mount come back against Kings, 115-112

Pelicans defeat the Kings, perhaps destroying their legitimate postseason hopes while ruining DeMarcus Cousins big offensive night.

New Orleans Pelicans lose to Utah Jazz, 106-94

The Pelicans finally gave up the goose against the Jazz.

Pelicans collapse against the Spurs

That game was there for the taking. The defense broke down while the offense forgot what got them there and another loss is in the books.

Pelicans lose another close one to Rockets, 100-95

If you prefer three-point shot attempts to wins, tonight's game was tailor-made for you!

Pelicans lose at finish to Timberwolves, 112-110

Yeah, that Ryan Anderson jumper in the picture with .4 remaining in the first half was nothing but net, much like a few of his teammates tonight; however, it wasn't enough.

Pelicans pull out thrilling victory over Thunder

Fun! Buckets! Points!

Pelicans smashed to bits by Wizards, 109-89

New Orleans failed to figure out how to get Anthony Davis involved, so it was elementary fans -- a loss was inevitable.

Pelicans hold off the Sixers, 121-114

Lots of mistakes in this one. New Orleans had built a lead of 22 points in the first half, but Philadelphia made things interesting by cutting it to just 1 early in the fourth quarter. 36 combined turnovers will allow for such a recipe every time.

Pelicans lose easily to Thunder, 121-95

Although he was obviously not in attendance, Monty Williams' past team succumbed to his present one.

Pelicans 100, Jazz 96

A win for Monty Williams.

Pelicans slaughter Timberwolves, 116-102

Lundi Gras was a raging success, both for parade goers in New Orleans and the Pelicans playing in the tundra known as Minnesota.

The Pelicans lose to the Cavaliers, 99-94

Norris Cole had one of his best games of the season, on a very special night for he and his family, but his performance wasn't nearly enough to help propel New Orleans to victory.

Recap: Pelicans 96 - Lakers 99

I'm impressed.

Pelicans battled but lose late to Spurs, 110-97

Anthony Davis was incredible, but he and the team couldn't sustain the necessary high level of performance in the final frame.