• The Jrue Holiday Trade That Makes Sense For Everyone

    The Pelicans management is in a tough spot here. Ownership wants to make the playoffs, yet a singular focus on that one goal could have terrible ramifications for future years. Imagine...

  • In the NO Episode 273: Pushing for 8?

    Michael and I talk about Jrue, Moore, and the push for the 8th seed in the West. Do we want the Pels to go for it? Trade Jrue? Set Moore free?...

  • The Pelicans’ Offense With Jrue Holiday

    *all numbers presented do not include the most recent game against the New York Knicks Defense, defense, defense. That is all that was talked about in the offseason, and for good...

  • Buddy Hield Progressing In His Rookie Campaign

    A collaboration between James Grayson and Graham McQueen Buddy Hield was able to accomplish something that not even Anthony Davis was able to during his rookie season, and something no Pelican...

  • The Argument For Acquiring Paul Milsap

    For several days now, reports have been out there that Hawks forward Paul Milsap is being shopped around by Atlanta. A few days after that, some reports linked him to the...

  • In the NO Podcast ep 272: Motiejunas and an Improved Hield

    Motiejunas! Buddy Hield’s improved play! Rogue one! 4 wins! 1 game out of the 8th seed! Jrue Holiday’s next contract! Michael and I have a lot to talk about after our...

  • NOLA 3-Point Club to Hold First Fundraiser Dinner of 2016-17 Season

    Disclosure: My father donates his time to this organization, serving on its board of directors. No one on the 3 Point Club’s Executive Committee or Board of Directors receive any kind of financial compensation...

  • Rights & Wrongs

    Some of you may not know me since I tend to stay behind the scenes, so I’ll introduce myself. My name is Andrew Smith & I handle the digital media work...

  • 8 Crazy Seeds

    Ok, only 7 of them are crazy for the New Orleans Pelicans to get, but the 8th seed is not crazy at this point. The Pelicans are 11-21, sitting in an...

  • Are You Ready for Your Solo?

    Every team in the NBA as the “polarizing move du jour,” and for the Pelicans, Solomon Hill has given Omer Asik some breathing room. It’s not that either player is an...

  • Holiday Pleasantness and Team Leaders

    I’ve spent too much time writing unpleasant things about this team.  Really unpleasant things.  I decided that this piece, being right before I go on vacation for the Holidays, will instead try...

  • Pelicans don’t need more time, they have their identity

    After a loss in San Antonio on Sunday evening, New Orleans Pelicans Head Coach, Alvin Gentry talked a bit about the Pelicans need to sort out their identity. “We’ve got to...

  • Wasted Seasons?

    I keep hearing the term “wasted” season, and it annoys me. Rather than just stew over here, I wanted to try to add some clarity to all sides of the manufactured...

  • It’s Time to Play Diallo

    The Pelicans are an okay team.  Despite what their record indicates, the Pelicans have been perfectly average since Jrue came back on November 18th. My occasional Twitter meltdowns would indicate otherwise,...

  • About That 4th Quarter

    The New Orleans Pelicans suffered a heartbreaking loss last night to the Golden State Warriors. After scoring 94 points through three quarters New Orleans could only muster 15 points in the...

  • Pelicans Scoop: How are Things Going?

    Are you happy with the Pelicans handling of Buddy Hield (his role, spot in the rotation, minutes, etc)? What would you like to see changed? Jake Madison: I think it’s fine....

  • In the NO Ep 271: Can they get back to 500?

    Jason and I talk about Buddy’s minutes, whether the team will get back to playing .500 ball, spend an inevitable amount of time being sad about Solomon Hill, and wonder at...

  • Different Team, Same Results…so Far.

    With 22 games down we are now over a quarter of the way through the NBA season, and the results so far haven’t been exactly what Pelicans’ fans hoped despite all...

  • The Pelicans Should Stick with the Jrue Holiday/Tim Frazier Back Court

    The Pelicans started a bit of a surprising backcourt Tuesday against the Lakers, and, with Tyreke Evans’ return being delayed, Tim Frazier and Jrue Holiday should be starting yet again. It’s...

  • How Many Open Shots is “Normal?”

    I never thought I’d say this, but the Pelicans finally have an average to above average defense.  Not a great one,  but one that isn’t an eyesore, and one that features quick,...

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