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A few years back, during Southwest Airlines' "Wanna get away?" campaign, it ran an ad showing a rapper on stage bellowing out "Thank you, Detroit! We love you!" The crowd went silent and another member of the group whispered, "Detroit was last night."
Well, Jrue Holiday, Philadelphia was last year.
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Holiday plays for the New Orleans Pelicans now. A little slip of the brain. It happens.
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Tweet During the summer, the New Orleans Pelicans (lol) traded first round draft pick Nerlens Noel to the Philadelphia 76ers for All-Star point guard Jrue Holiday. Apparently, Holiday forgot that he plays for the Pelicans (lol) when he was addressing the home fans before Wednesday’s night season opener against the Pacers: Either Jrue had...
Jrue Holiday was traded this offseason. Maybe he needs to be reminded of that.
Holiday, who spent his first four NBA seasons with the Philadelphia 76ers, was sent to New Orleans over the summer to be the Pelicans’ new franchise point guard. His first night in the new digs didn’t go so hot, though.
The Pelicans opened their season at home in front of a sellout crowd in the New...
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Seems like everyone is pretty excited about the NBA season tipping off this week. There’s plenty of new faces in new places, one being former Philadelphia 76ers guard Jrue Holiday, who is now a member of the New Orleans Pelicans. I still can’t get over that name, Pelicans. Probably the least intimidating team name in history. Anyhow, Holiday took to the...
Jrue Holiday spent his first four seasons in the NBA with the Sixers, and was the focal point of the franchise before being traded away in a rebuilding effort this past summer.Although Jrue is embracing his position as a Pelican, he has not forgotten his Sixer roots, and while adressessing the Pelicans crowd in New Orleans on Wednesday night, Jrue made a small slip up: It seems Jrue...
Before being traded to the New Orleans Pelicans, Jrue Holiday played four seasons for the Philadelphia 76ers and during a welcome speech to fans last night, he had a flashback.
Listen and watch the below clip of Jrue saying “On behalf of myself and the Sixers, we want to welcome y’all to the first Pelicans game this year”:
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Jrue Holiday must have watched the near quadruple double Michael Carter-Williams nearly put up, and got shook, because he totally committed a no-no last night while addressing Pelicans fans.
Holiday took a moment to address the home crowd in New Orleans as they celebrated their opening night debut as the Pelicans.
At some point during his speech, Holiday took a moment to thank the...
Former Sixers’ point guard, Jrue Holiday, accidentally had a mental lapse before his first game with the New Orleans Pelicans as he thanks fans for coming to the home opener “on behalf of the Sixers.” Oops.
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If you think Charles Barkley is turrble at “Who He Play For?”, at least the Round Mound knows what city he works in (at least we hope he does). The same can’t be said for Jrue Holiday, who addressed his new home crowd in New Orleans during the christening of the new-look Pelicans. Unfortunately, Holiday thanked the fans “on behalf of the Sixers” — his old team. Whoops...
Here’s something you probably missed amid the chaos of the Sixers’ 114-110 win over the Heat last night.
Former Sixers’ point guard Jrue Holiday — whose replacement had an amazing NBA debut — welcomed Pelicans fans to his new team’s opener on behalf of the Sixers.
You can’t tell in the video if Holiday initially noticed his blunder or not.
The New Orleans Pelicans...
Your browser does not support iframes. The New Orleans Pelicans played their first ever regular season game with their new franchise name on Wednesday night, and old habits died hard for point guard Jrue Holiday. Holiday was traded to the Pelicans from the Philadelphia 76ers over the summer in exchange for Nerlens Noel. He’s expected […]
During Jrue Holiday's first game with the New Orleans Pelicans, he welcomed fans on behalf of the 76ers. Here's video of the hilarious fail.
The Pelicans brought in Jrue Holiday to form a reliable trio with Anthony Davis and Eric Gordon that could help New Orleans climb out of the Western Conference cellar.
While Holiday and Davis have put up decent numbers over the first two games of the season, they have yet to produce a victory.
New Orleans will try to avoid losing its opening three games for the first time in nine...
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This just in: winning is more fun than tanking. And when you win with rookies and flotsam, knocking off the widely detested repeat champions... well, um, that was more fun than anyone in town though we were going to have all year. And hey, the Pelicans lost, and the Sixers have their pick from the Jrue Holiday deal, so let them do the tanking instead.