- Coach: Pelicans concerned about Holiday, want Asik back Updated: Apr-28-15 9:35 pm
METAIRIE, Louisiana - Monty Williams expressed little concern about his contract after a season in which the New Orleans Pelicans improved by 11 victories, despite lousy luck with injuries, and made the playoffs for the first time in four seasons.
- Warriors beat Pelicans 97-87 to take 2-0 series lead Updated: Apr-21-15 2:57 am
OAKLAND, California - Golden State Warriors coach Steve Kerr likes to say his team teeters on "explosive and careless" basketball, pulling off an astonishing play one moment and a perplexing one the next.
- Evans in, Holiday out for Pelicans in Game 2 vs. Warriors Updated: Apr-20-15 10:17 pm
- Pelicans' Anthony Davis more comfortable heading into Game 2 Updated: Apr-19-15 5:03 pm
SAN FRANCISCO - A half-dozen students stood outside War Memorial Gymnasium at the University of San Francisco on Sunday morning, gazing through the glass doors to sneak a peak of a 6-foot-10 power forward who has become one of basketball's biggest attractions.
- Pelicans' Tyreke Evans questionable for Game 2 vs. Warriors Updated: Apr-19-15 2:54 pm
- Davis leads Pelicans past Spurs, 108-103 and into playoffs Updated: Apr-16-15 12:33 am
NEW ORLEANS - After Anthony Davis' final flurry of clutch shots, blocks and rebounds ensured the Pelicans' first postseason berth since before he was drafted, the 22-year-old All-Star known as the "unibrow" was ready to admit how much it meant to him.
- Pelicans close in on playoff berth with win over Wolves Updated: Apr-13-15 11:47 pm
MINNEAPOLIS - Anthony Davis and the New Orleans Pelicans have been fighting for their playoff lives for more than a month.
- Davis scores 19 to help Pelicans beat Suns 90-75 Updated: Apr-11-15 12:00 am
NEW ORLEANS - Despite missing Anthony Davis for nearly half the game, the New Orleans Pelicans still pulled out a key win to keep pace in the playoff race.
- Randolph leads balanced Grizzlies past Pelicans Updated: Apr-09-15 12:02 am
MEMPHIS, Tennessee - The Memphis Grizzlies looked like their old selves - controlling the inside, relying on their defense and emphasizing tough, hard-nosed play.