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New Orleans Pelicans Player Rankings

Grizzlies 110, Pelicans 95

The game felt closer than the score, but the defense was not there in New Orleans tonight.

Jrue Holiday propels Pelicans past Nets, 105-103

Anthony Davis returned from a concussion, but a couple of reserves for New Orleans carried the team on the night.

Pelicans surprise Kings, 114-105

Ryan Anderson and crew more than made up for the absences of two key Pelicans.

Quick Recap: Pelicans 111 - Rockets 112

That's a lot of free throws to miss in a one point game.

Pelicans win again, trample Bucks, 116-99

New Orleans picked up their third straight double-digit victory, this time against Milwaukee and thanks to a franchise-best 17 three-pointers.

Quick Recap: Pelicans - 115 Pistons - 99

That was an impressive performance.

Quick Recap: Pelicans 114, T-Wolves 99

The Pelicans had a poor first quarter, but rebounded over the next three to pick up an important home victory.

Pelicans fall just short against Grizzlies, 101-99

It was fun, but resulted in another loss.

Pelicans squeak by Hornets, 109-107

It was definitely Ryan Anderson's night, but wow, it was an entertaining game throughout!

Pelicans able to put away Kings, 109-97

Anthony Davis returned, Pelicans salvaged a win on the road trip, but Omer Asik gets the picture for his work against DeMarcus Cousins tonight.

Quick Recap: Pelicans vs. Lakers

No Unibrow but we had some Mamba!

Pelicans fall in overtime to Clippers, 114-111

New Orleans battled throughout and should be proud. They narrowly lost to the hottest team in the NBA at their place.

Quick Recap: Pelicans collapse against Pacers

That was so bad.

Pelicans embarrassed by Mavericks reserves, 100-91

With Dallas resting 4 of their 5 starters, one would have assumed New Orleans would have been able to walk away with an easy win. NOPE!

Pelicans upend Rockets in waning moments, 110-108

Nice to see this team win with defense after a horrendous first quarter.

The Pelicans wilt to the Heat in Miami, 94-88

Against the 5th best defense in the NBA, New Orleans' offense never found their groove.

Pelicans destroy Trail Blazers, 115-89

Yeah, we feel your pain Terry Stotts. The Pelicans have been there a number of times this season, but tonight the roles were happily reversed.

Pelicans closed the deal against the Jazz, 104-94

A 17-5 run to finish the game overwhelmed the Jazz, and it ended the Pelicans 5-game road losing streak.

Pelicans fall to Blazers, 105-101

The losses keep piling on to amount to a 1-12 away record, and the Pelicans threaten to legitimately be out of the playoff race before the holiday season is over.

Pelicans fall to Bulls, 98-94

The Pelicans played well, well enough to win, but it wasn't meant to be.

Thomas and C's run Pelicans out of the gym

New Orleans drops its 16 game of the season after disappointing loss to Boston.

Pelicans lean on AD in 114-108 win over Cavaliers

Take us home, Anthony Davis. LeBron James made it closer than most fans wanted, but Davis took care of business in overtime.

Pelicans jobbed by Rockets and themselves, 108-101

Yeah, New Orleans hurt themselves with too many mistakes, but Harden flops and favorable referee whistles probably tipped the scales.

Pelicans get Evans back, lose to Grizzlies 113-104

It goes down as a L in the record book, but the Pelicans have some things to smile about, including the return of Tyreke Evans to the starting lineup as they move forward.

Pelicans lose Davis and to Clippers, 111-90

The worst part was New Orleans had to watch Anthony Davis be carried off to the locker room after Chris Paul intentionally collided with him.

Pelicans edge the Suns, 120-114

The Anthony Davis-led squad get their first road victory of the season!

Pelicans get win number three over Suns, 122-116

Anthony Davis was incredible. Anderson could not miss.

The Pelicans stun the Spurs, 104-90

New Orleans finally showed up in the second half as so many players stepped up their games against one of the best teams in the NBA.

Pelicans lose the game and Anthony Davis to injury

Oh, and Anthony Davis left the game due to injury too!

Pelicans falter against Knicks, 95-87

Despite an All-star performance from Anthony Davis, the Pelicans fold in another 4th quarter as they shoot themselves in the foot.

Outmanned, Pelicans fall to Raptors, 100-81

The Pelicans started strong but their fade was even more remarkable as the Raptors outclassed New Orleans by 19 points in the second half.

Hawks manage to get by Pelicans, 106-98

A severely undermanned Pelicans squad went cold in the second half against one of the best teams in the Eastern Conference.