Who should the Pelicans hire to replace Alvin Gentry?
Despite failing to land a playoff spot this season, there's no reason for the New Orleans Pelicans to quickly hit the panic button. Sure, the Pelicans flopped in the bubble. But on-court chemistry is very difficult to build for a young squad who went almost four months of not playing together.
New Orleans Pelicans play Utah Jazz in the first NBA seeding game at Disney World Resort on July 30th. Zion Williamson and co. are pushing for the playoffs.
After four months of no basketball, the NBA is gearing up for the resumption of the 2019-2020 season. With such a long hiatus fans can be forgiven for forgetting the current narratives surrounding the NBA. We have taken a look around the league and selected the three main plots to follow upon its resumption.
Once this trio finally gets to play together it got us wondering if it would be enough to win the 2021 championship or would the Nets need to add other pieces around this core and where would this leave Spencer Dinwiddie?
The Western Conference has, for a while now, been nothing short of stacked. The playoffs are the prize and the competition to make it is as fierce as ever.
New Orleans Pelicans forward Brandon Ingram should be an All-Star this season and deserves to be the frontrunner to win Most Improved Player.
The NBA's Christmas Day schedule is a great tradition. For over a decade, the league have been showing five consecutive games on 25th December, and 2019 is no different.
As much as looking at teams that haven’t got the recognition they deserve, this article is shining a light on a triumvirate that have sneakily put together a good string of results and performances.
Atlanta Hawks have acquired the number four pick in the NBA Draft from the New Orleans Pelicans, per Adrian Wojnarowski.
The Denver Nuggets were involved in trade talks for All-NBA forward Anthony Davis according to the Denver Post.
Look away now New York. The New Orleans Pelicans won the NBA Draft Lottery. Zion Williamson will be a Pelican.
The NBA world has been rocked the past week or so with rumours and even a major trade occurring. It all started with Anthony Davis requesting a trade, through his agent, from the New Orleans Pelicans. People had an idea this was coming, ever since AD hired LeBron James’ agent as his own, however, some were speculating he would wait until his current contract was up to move out to LA.
New Orleans Pelicans forward Anthony Davis has told the franchise he will not sign an extension this summer and asked for a trade, as reported by ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski.
Will the Rockets really contend again?