The New Orleans Pelicans’ hype machine is working overtime. Here’s a roundup of the latest Pel’s rumors coming out of Florida. There is a lot of “hiatus hype” coming out of NBA camps right now, especially for the New Orleans Pelicans, whose improvements have went viral.
Zion Williamson hinted at some new additions to his game after he spent the hiatus keeping in shape and working on fundamentals. Zion Williamson went 4-4 from 3-point range in the 4th quarter of his very first game, shocking those who said he was just a dunker.
Pelicans forward Zion Williamson said Friday he felt like he "was 5 years old again" working out with his stepfather during quarantine. According to coach Alvin Gentry, the rookie "did a lot to improve his game," including making strides in his shooting.
It’s time for the NCAA and fans of basketball to stop blaming athletes like Zion Williamson for the corruption that has long plagued college sports. Another day, another chapter in the seemingly never-ending saga that is the Zion Williamson lawsuit.
In the first ever FanSided Fantasy Expansion Draft, I was asked to protect three players from the New Orleans Pelicans and it ended up being costly. FanSided recently did a site-wide fantasy expansion draft that wasn’t kind to the New Orleans Pelicans.
LeBron James and Kevin Durant have both received plenty of criticism for their decisions in free agency. LeBron for 'The Decision' when Cleveland for Miami, and Durant when he left the Thunder for the Warriors.
Gina Ford, former marketing agent for New Orleans Pelicans rookie star Zion Williamson, claims the 20-year-old was ineligible while playing for Duke because Williamson and his stepfather accepted a $400,000 payment from a Canadian marketing agent in October 2018.
The New Orleans Pelicans were just starting to get to know each other when the season was suspended, but hope to lean on their chemistry. It’s July, and that means a return to New Orleans Pelicans‘ basketball!
Gentry is part of a group of head coaches including Gregg Popovich (71) and Mike D’Antoni (69), and assistant coaches like Jeff Bzdelik (67) and Lionel Hollins (66), who are part of an older, higher-risk group.