"He’s a great young player. There’s nobody that wouldn’t love 2 have him as one of their top guys." -- RCarlisle on Pelicans C Anthony Davis
In GM survey, Tyson Chandler to the Mavericks was voted as the most underrated acquisition. Runner up was Omer Asik to Pelicans.
Interesting how almost all of the branches off the Spurs management tree -- Hawks, Jazz, Thunder, Pelicans -- voted against lotto reform.
Hearing that rookie Patric Young is making the Pelicans roster. He was signed to a two-year, $1.4M partially guaranteed minimum contract.
New teams considering last-minute no-vote/abstention on lottery reform include Pelicans and, perhaps surprisingly, Heat, per league sources.
Frankly, first thing Hornets should do in that regard is put Bobby Phills' jersey in the rafters, simply as a nod to Pelicans' accommodation
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Pelicans close out with 88-84 victory against Wizards, but struggled in fourth quarter.
IT'S FINALLY OVER. Pelicans 88, Wizards 84. Pels starters were great. Reserves horrible.
Pelicans' backups struggling in fourth quarter to close out game. Wizards have outscored Pels 36-18 in quarter.
This game used to be a blowout. Now with 49 seconds, the Pelicans lead is 89-78.
Pelicans' reserves have been sloppy with the ball. They have nine turnovers in 4Q.
Pelicans are leading 78-62 with 5:37 6o play.
Pelicans say PF Anthony Davis has right wrist sprain. Will not return.
Pelicans winning easily, but they have made only 3-of-12 3-pointers and have 16 turnovers.
At end of 3Q: Pelicans 69, Wizards 48
All of Pelicans starters have played 20 minutes or more.
Pelicans are leading Wizards 60-38 with 5:49 left in 3Q.
Pelicans start third quarter on 11-5 run. Dominating.
Pelicans devouring Wizards at outset of the third quarter, 53-29, in Baltimore. Looking for big second half from Andre Miller.
Pelicans leading, 49-29, at halftime