The latest news regarding Kyle Lowry, Lonzo Ball, Spencer Dinwiddie — and two newest names popping onto the radar We’re just four hours away from teams being able to negotiate with free agents (5:00 PM CT), with actual signings allowed to begin on August 6 at 11:01 PM CT.
Ball, a restricted free agent, is one of the most talented players available this summer. However, due to his contract situation, the New Orleans Pelicans are allowed to match any offer he receives from another team.
If Chris Paul, Mike Conley Jr. and Kyle Lowry prove unattainable, there’s other choices Today’s the day the madness begins. When the clock strikes 5 PM central, the Woj Bombs and Sham Wows will be flying full force, surely knocking options off the Pelicans’ board in the process.
Chris Paul is fresh off a tremendous season with the Phoenix Suns. In addition to playing well from an individual standpoint, the All-Star guard also led his ballclub to its first NBA Finals appearance since 1993.
The New Orleans Pelicans chose Herbert Jones from Alabama with the 35th pick in the NBA Draft and he could end up being a steal. Jones is a 6-foot-8 senior who is already 22-years-old, so he hopefully has the size and experience to help the Pels right away even though he was a second-round pick.
Landing Trey Murphy and Herbert Jones at picks 17 and 35 garnered good grades What overall grade would you give the Pelicans for emerging from the 2021 NBA Draft with Trey Murphy III and Herbert Jones, while moving their final three second round picks (2 trades, 1 sold outright)?
Zion Williamson was apparently exposed, trying to get the attention of a fitness Instagram model. The New Orleans Pelicans young star is trying to live his life, shooting his shot with beautiful girls on social media. Recently, one fitness model showed some Zion messages on Snapchat, with the sophomore asking her if she wanted to link up.
The New Orleans Pelicans added Trey Murphy III with the 17th pick in the NBA Draft, a pick that many are calling a home run for the Pelicans. The Pelicans entered the offseason with some glaring holes that needed fixing and are hoping their two draft picks can be part of the solution.
The NBA Draft is finally over and after all of the dust has settled, the New Orleans Pelicans had a great night. The Pels went into the offseason with some glaring holes which they might have filled last night with their two picks.
Pelicans sorely need perimeter shooting. They landed one of the best from this draft! With the 17th pick of the 2021 NBA Draft, David Griffin and the New Orleans Pelicans selected Trey Murphy III, a 6’9 wing from the University of Virginia.
The New Orleans Pelicans have five picks in the 2021 NBA Draft, which is mercifully here. This hasn’t been the quietest offseason, as there have been rampant rumors about Zion Williamson being unhappy, a big trade and now news that Jaxson Hayes was arrested.
The Pelicans are entering a pivotal offseason and they’re looking for established talent to elevate the team in the standings. One player they’re zeroing in on is Raptors point guard Kyle Lowry, league sources have told FortyEightMinutes.com.