In the NO Podcast Episode 160: Pelicans triple OT and a Broken Hand

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Published: December 3, 2013
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Michael and I talk the 3-2 stretch the Pelicans produced, including the injury in New York that made Michael McNamara think fetal positions are good, the hugely entertaining triple OT game in Chicago, and the horrible, horrible San Antonio game.

We also spend a lot of time talking about Aminu, rotations, last minute play calls, Tyreke, and the impacts of Anthony Davis. Plus, I propose a trade you won’t want to miss! Really!

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5 comments
Nithenz
Nithenz

Injuries have taken a toll over the years to this franchise, but the most unfortunately thing has been relocation. Dont get me wrong, im happy with the team in NOLA, but we were in the shadow of Jordan bulls in the 90s and when the eastern dominance was over...we moved west to be in the shadows of Kobe/Shaq and San Antonio... But yes, injuries have been a pain. Mash vertigo is unheard of (i remember him puking behind the bench), Phills, and all the injuries that we had.


Caffeinedisaster
Caffeinedisaster

Don't get down on the team.  Remember the Saints before 2006???

mazonmafia
mazonmafia

Question: How was Withey as a rebounder in college and how has he been so far in the nba?  Obviously, he is going to be needed over the next month...

mazonmafia
mazonmafia

Withey could be worse than Amundson... if he develops Hilton Armstrong hands.

swellican
swellican

Is Eric Gordon our best trade option?