Found October 31, 2013 on Thacover2:
Anthony Davis is headed for breakout second season in the NBA, and he got off to a powerful start when he threw down this monster alley-oop against the Pacers. The New Orleans Pelicans played the Indiana Pacers tough on Wednesday night, but eventually lost. H/T Next Impulse Sports  

Anthony Davis Had A Monster Alley-Oop Against The Pacers

The New Orleans Pelicans played the Indiana Pacers tough on Wednesday night, but eventually lost. However one of the most entertaining highlights was Pelicans’ Brian Roberts penetrating and then lobbing it high in the air to set up Anthony Davis for the high-flying alley-oop. Article found on: Next Impulse Sports

New Orleans Pelicans Unveil Frightening Looking New Mascot Named Pierre (Photo)

It’s a pretty big night in Boston sports, but Wednesday night also marked opening night for the 2013-14 NBA season. After the 2012-13 season, the New Orleans Hornets announced that the franchise was changing its name to the New Orleans Pelicans. On Wednesday night, the Pelicans introduced their new mascot — Pierre the Pelican. The mascot designers, or whoever creates those things...

New Orleans Pelicans Mascot is Kind of Freaky (and just a little scary)

When the announcement was made that the New Orleans Hornets were going to be renamed the Pelicans--which happens to be the state bird (Brown Pelican to be exact)--the new name largely drew one reaction--WTF? When you think of a team mascot you think of things that will inspire people or put fear into the hearts of the enemy(I know it doesn't always happen that...

Holiday forgets which team he's on

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. Your browser does not support iframes. Holiday...

Jrue Holiday thanks Pelicans fans on behalf of the Sixers

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...

WATCH: Jrue Holiday forgot that he no longer plays for the 76ers

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 Thinks He Still Plays For 76ers’ (Video)

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...

Pacers’ Paul George Buys All Tickets For Fresno St’s Home Opener

We all know the slogan, never forget where you came from? Indiana Pacers forward Paul George, who recently signed a contract extension that could reach up to $90 million, never forgot the university that made him. George, a product of Fresno St, was drafted tenth overall in the 2010 draft and has become one of […]

Paul George Bought Every Ticket To Fresno State’s Home Opener

Paul George just signed a fat new contract with the Indiana Pacers. When most young pro athletes receive their first big check, they typically go on spending sprees (big house, multiple cars, etc). However, George,a Fresno State alum, wanted to do something nice for his alma matter. He bought every ticket to every seat at Fresno State’s home opener on Nov. 16th and will give them...

Paul George buys all the tickets to Fresno State’s men’s basketball opener

Recently, Indiana Pacers forward Paul George signed a long-term extension with the team and got a cool 80-90 million dollars in the process. George recently decided to use some of that change to help out Fresno State’s (Paul’s alma mater)  basketball team by buying out the entire arena for the season opener. Here is more about that from the fine folks over at the Business Journal...

Indiana's Roy Hibbert--Still Big. Still Blocking Shots.

The Indiana Pacers came pretty darn close to taking down the Miami Heat last season and will be looking to do the same this season. If they are going to do so they will need their big players to come through in the clutch and play--well, big.Which when you happen to stand over seven feet tall and weigh right around 290 pounds like Pacers big man Roy Hibbert it comes easy both literally...

Bobcats-Pelicans Preview

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...

New Orleans Pelicans lose opener to Indiana Pacers, 95-90

After getting a loud ovation during player introductions Wednesday night, the New Orleans Pelicans appeared set on keeping the crowd in a festive mood. After all, it was the start of a new era, playing their first regular-season game with a new nickname, new uniforms and new mascot at the newly renovated New Orleans Arena. The Pelicans showed encouraging signs, but they didn...

Paul George Welcomes Former IU Star to the NBA

Last season it was easy for basketball fans in Indiana to cheer for both Paul George and Victor Oladipo. one played for the professional team; the other was in college at Indiana. When Oladipo came back to Indiana for a game against the Pacers with his new team--the Orlando Magic--it was a little different for the former college star.Fans were glad to see him, but they were even...

Pacers reject Magic bid in opener

Brian Spurlock/USA TODAY Roy Hibbert set the tone defensively. Paul George set it offensively. And everything else seemed to spin off the momentum from those two players. The Magic erased a 12-0 deficit to start the game and hung tough with the Pacers by attacking the basket -- sometimes with reckless abandon -- and forcing turnovers. It was miscues and immaturity though...
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