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The New Orleans Pelicans are making Eric Gordon "very available" in trade talks, according to a source.
Gordon signed a four-year, $58 million deal with the Phoenix Suns last offseason that was matched by the Pelicans. Gordon badly wanted to play for the Suns and was publicly disappointed by the Pelicans' decision to match.
Gordon played in just 42 games last season due to a continued string of injuries.
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" I have got to tell you I have my poker face on. As they say, loose lips sink ships. At this time of year it's just tough to reveal too many things. I'd love to tell all of the fans what we're trying to do and what our goals are that we're trying to accomplish but there&...
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The only definitive statement Dell Demps will offer about the New Orleans Pelicans' plans for Thursday night's NBA draft is that he intends to maintain a ''poker face'' in hopes of making it as hard as possible to predict his club's course of action.
That's an easier task this year than last, when the general manager sometimes chuckled while refusing...