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New Orleans Pelicans announced in a press release today that Ryan Anderson would miss roughly one-three weeks due to a chip fracture in the second toe of his right foot. Anderson began feeling discomfort recently after practice and team doctors began examination.
The New Orleans forward is officially listed as day-to-day. Last year, Anderson averaged 30.90 minutes a game with a .423 field goal percentage, .382 three-point percentage, .844 free throw percentage, 6.41 rebounds, 1.20 assists, .52 steals, .38 blocks, 1.20 turnovers, and 16.16 points per game.
The Pelicans open the season tonight against the Indiana Pacers at home in New Orleans Arena. With newly acquired All-Star Jrue Holiday to lead the way in New Orleans, the Pelicans will have to look for Tyreke Evans and Jeff Withey to also step in to help their new team. Eric Gordon will also be returning to his team after playing in only 42 games and averaging 17 points a game last season while battling a knee injury.
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Pelicans’ Ryan Anderson will miss 1-3 weeks with a toe injury. Anderson averaged 16.2 points and 6.4 rebounds a game for New Orleans last season.
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The New Orleans Pelicans announced today that Ryan Anderson suffered a chip fracture in the second toe of his right foot. Team doctors examined Anderson after he experienced discomfort recently...
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...
Ryan Anderson has a chip fracture in the second toe of his right foot.
The New Orleans Pelicans will hold Anderson out 1-3 weeks to allow the injury to heal.
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...
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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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...
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...
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.
h/t Ball Don’t Lie
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The new look, new name New Orleans Pelicans are all set to take flight this season amidst sky-high expectations, armed with a fortified roster and bolstered by a confidence building, 7-1 preseason.
The clouds of doubt about ownership are now banished: Wednesday night fans will see a New Orleans-themed team that drips with Crescent City references at every turn in its new branding...
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...
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 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.
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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.
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Looking for the best alley-oop dunk of Wednesday night’s NBA action? We here at That NBA Lottery Pick have it for you.
It came during the New Orleans Pelicans/Indiana Pacers affair as Pelicans guard Andre Roberts found Anthony Davis for the soaring dunk: