Yahoo’s Adrian Wojnarowski is reporting that the New Orleans Pelicans have fired head coach Monty Williams.
Last night, Stephen Curry and the Golden State Warriors stormed back from 20 points down in the fourth quarter to beat the New Orleans Pelicans in overtime. The game featured an unbelievable game-tying three point shot by Steph that you’ve likely seen about a billion times in the past hour alone (or is that just
Monty Williams should never have said it. The Pelicans coach should never have gone there but he did and he was dealt an appropriate reaction.
The marquee NBA matchup Friday night featured two teams — Atlanta, Golden State — battling for the league’s best record. The encore to that showdown — a game between two teams battling for the eighth seed in the Western Conference — somehow managed to be even better.
The transfer of ownership power of the New Orleans Saints and New Orleans Pelicans just got nasty — really nasty.
Anthony Davis made his TNT debut Thursday night, and he did not disappoint.
Before we get to Tuesday night’s action, a quick note: This NBA recap column will (hopefully) be a recurring thing. It won’t run every day, and most certainly not weekends (I like having some semblance of a life), but I’m shooting for three days a week, or whenever I see fit. Also, it won’t address
Okay, so Anthony Davis missed his first two field goal attempts before this, but let’s ignore that, because his first bucket (off a steal) is way more fun to talk about. Expect more — much more — of this over the next six months.
The Year of Anthony Davis gets underway tonight, and we know he’s a freakish athlete set to take over the basketball world and all, but the man can only do so much. One of those things he can’t (or, doesn’t) do is play offensive tackle for the San Francisco 49ers. That’s a different Anthony
It was announced last month that Pierre The Pelican – the New Orleans Pelicans official mascot- would be getting a makeover midway through the season because, frankly, he was scaring the children. Well, it appears that Pierre has undergone successful reconstructive surgery and is ready to debut his new, kid-friendly look before the NBA All-Star
As if you needed any more proof of the quickly-evolving basketball terror that is Anthony Davis, check out this incredible sequence from Pelicans-Nets game on Sunday. Late in the first quarter, Deron Williams, owner of one of the nastiest crossovers in the league, has Davis dead to rights for his signature crossover-into-step back jumper. Or,
Grantland’s Zach Lowe is reporting that the New Orleans Pelicans have finally admitted to designing the world’s scariest mascot, and thus will be giving Pierre the Pelican a makeover to turn him into something far less scary. The new Pierre will hopefully be ready in time for All-Star Weekend in the Big Easy, which, for