The disastrous 2015-16 New Orleans Pelicans is officially in the books. It's over and it's time to move on to next season. Here is a comprehensive look at every single player on the Pels roster, and their possible future with the team. From contract length, salaries, as well as team & player options, everything you need to know about every Pelicans player is all right here. Take a deep look into what Anthony Davis and the boys might look like in the fall. For the rest of the story...
April 21, 2016
New Orleans Pelicans center Alexis Ajinca had the best game of his entire NBA career over the weekend, 28 points and 15 rebounds. So it shouldn't surprise you how the rest of this story goes...surprise, surprise, surprise, Ajinca sat out last night's home finale with an injured right shoulder. Even without their 10 'best' players, this gritty Pelicans team, made up of mostly D-League talent, continues to play the Alvin Gentry-style basketball that eluded the core group making the big bucks.
April 12, 2016
Just one night after an embarrassing blowout loss to one of the worst teams in NBA history, the scrappy New Orleans Pelicans battled down to the wire, against one of the league's best. Despite arguably having the nine best players on the team out for the rest of the season, the road-weary Pelicans came back from a 16-point deficit against the Boston Celtics, a team that is tied for the 3rd seed in the Eastern Conference. For the rest of a very intriguing story....
April 6, 2016
The Philadelphia 76ers, and their so-called "rebuilding" phase, have become the NBA's abomination for the past three years. But even as horrific as the previous two seasons have been in the City of Brotherly Love, this 2015-16 campaign has been historically bad. So bad in fact, that if the Sixers lose their last 5 games, they will officially tie the worst 82-game record in the seventy years the NBA has been playing. And you'll never guess whose infamous record might be in danger...
April 4, 2016
NBA journeymen players Toney Douglas, Luke Babbitt, and a trio of players who were in the NBA's Developmental League just two weeks ago, somehow managed a victory tonight against a Denver Nuggets team with faint hopes of making the playoffs. Don't ask me how they did it, but true New Orleanian hoop fans should be proud of the "don't quit" never-say-die attitude of this depleted Pelicans squad. And oh yeah, thank Tim Frazier, Jordan Hamilton & James Ennis as well....
March 31, 2016