Salt Lake Tribune "New Orleans All-Star Anthony Davis played all but four minutes, scored a game-high 36 points and grabbed 11 rebounds to go with three blocked shots. Lacking a superstar of their own, the Utah Jazz do their work by committee — and that was good enough to beat Davis and the Pelicans on Saturday..." November 29
Jimmer Fredette back to Westchester officially. Could use him as 15th man.
Orange County Register "Austin Rivers sat at his locker Friday, just as he does before every game. He chatted with anyone who wanted to talk, just like every game. He did the same pregame workout, probably ate the same kind of pregame meal. His thoughts about the Clippers’ struggles weren’t coded. His team was in a..." November 28
New Orleans Times-Picayune "Anthony Davis had to be carried off the court after a collison with Los Angeles Clippers guard Chris Paul in the third quarter of their game Friday night at the Staples Center. Davis did not return to play after he was taken to the locker room to be treated. The Pelicans were assessed three..." November 28
Pelicans list Tyreke Evans as doubtful for Friday's game vs. Clippers.
New Orleans Times-Picayune "The New Orleans Pelicans didn't fade in second half like they had done in their previous seven road games. On Wednesday night, New Orleans overcome a horrible start and executed effectively down the stretch to escape with a 120-114 victory against the Phoenix Suns at the Talking Stick Resort..." November 26
Tyreke Evans listed as doubtful to play vs. Suns on Wednesday.
Tyreke Evans practiced today and Alvin Gentry said he could play Wednesday vs Suns on road
New Orleans Times-Picayune "Ryan Anderson came into Sunday's game confident about the New Orleans Pelicans' chances of keeping their momentum surging from Friday's big win against the San Antonio Spurs. He also made sure to do his part and so did Anthony Davis, who made a clutch 3-pointer with 54.5 seconds with the score..." November 23
New Orleans Times-Picayune "For the first time since last month, New Orleans Pelicans guard Tyreke Evans went through a full-scaled practice with his teammates on Monday. After missing the first 13 games after undergoing knee surgery last month, there is a chance Evans could make his season debut this Wednesday against..." November 23
Norris Cole and Tyreke Evans doing 2 on 2 work https://t.co/4VtZWZ0xrj
New Orleans Times-Picayune "New Orleans Pelicans point guard Ish Smith doesn't have a name plate in front of his locker at the Smoothie King Center like his teammates. But maybe after Friday's performance, the Pelicans may consider extending him one. Beyond Anthony Davis' sensational 20-point, 18-rebound performance..." November 21
The Score "The New Orleans Pelicans have a big-time reinforcement on the way as they try to get into the win column for just the second time this season. Anthony Davis, who suffered a shoulder injury Tuesday against the Denver Nuggets and sat out Wednesday's game against the Oklahoma City Thunder, will be..." November 20
New Orleans Times-Picayune "New Orleans Pelicans guard Tyreke Evans said he may be a week away from returning from a right knee injury that required surgery last month. Evans was initially listed by the Pelicans to be out six to eight weeks, but he has made signficiant progress over the past several weeks. Evans said he..." November 20
The Oklahoman "The Thunder and Pelicans feature a combined three MVP-level players. Two weren’t active on Wednesday night. One was. In an otherwise lackluster game between an injury-ravaged team and an underperforming one, that was the difference. Anthony Davis and Kevin Durant sat with injuries, while..." November 19
New Orleans Times-Picayune "The New Orleans Pelicans got their roster back down to the required 15-player maximum after waiving Jimmer Fredette on Thursday, the team annnounced. Fredette was signed by the Pelicans on Nov. 10 after the NBA approved the franchise's hardship exception application to extend their roster to 16..." November 19
NBA.com "When ESPN picked the Nov. 18 game between New Orleans and Oklahoma City for its national broadcast schedule, the network certainly looked forward to a matchup that would feature Kevin Durant and Anthony Davis, two players mentioned on the short list of MVP candidates. Unfortunately for ESPN and..." November 18
Denver Post "The Nuggets were in desperate need of an avalanche of offense. But in order to make that happen, they had to shore up how they were playing on the offensive end. Leading into the Nuggets' game Tuesday night at New Orleans, the lack of efficient offense was also placing the Denver defense in..." November 18
USA Today "When it comes to jobs that are hard to land, it doesn’t get much tougher than the NBA. At most, there are 450 roster spots to be had by the world’s best players. Consider there were approximately 5,600 Division I men’s college players in 2014 in America alone, and you start to understand it’s..." November 18
CBS Sports "Already without Omer Asik and Kendrick Perkins, the New Orleans Pelicans grew even thinner in the frontcourt Tuesday night. Anthony Davis left in the first half of the Pelicans' matchup against the Denver Nuggets after injuring his left shoulder. Davis appeared to get injured while setting a..." November 18
The Score "Former NBPA boss Billy Hunter continues to seek damages from the union for the circumstances surrounding his termination in 2013. Hunter's attorneys filed an amended complaint in Los Angeles County Superior Court on Monday, seeking a jury trial on four breach-of-contract claims, reports Ken..." November 17
New York Daily News "There were plenty of moments, especially in the first half, when Derek Fisher probably thought differently about wanting Anthony Davis to suit up for the opposition. The Knicks coach said pregame that he’d prefer the Pelicans be at full strength with their star, who then pounded out 36 points..." November 15
Toronto Star "There is one more step for the Raptors to take before they can be considered anything close to a complete thing, a little oddity that no one can fully explain but something that’s keeping them from being whole. It happened again Friday night at the Air Canada Centre, a sluggish start rescued by..." November 14
New Orleans Times-Picayune "Since he was signed the day before opening night two weeks ago, New Orleans Pelicans point guard Ish Smith hasn't had much time to catch a break. He has mostly been on the fast track, trust into action after having only a shootaround practice to prepare for the Golden State Warriors during last..." November 12
Peachtree Hoops "The Atlanta Hawks swept the season series against the Pelicans 2-0, with a 106-98 win in Atlanta on Wednesday night. The Hawks took on the Pelicans, this time at home after facing them less than a week ago when Anthony Davis went off for 43 points, leading a Pelicans second half surge before..." November 12
Anthony Davis WONT play tonight #NBA
New Orleans Times-Picayune "After stumbling through the opening two weeks of the regular season, the New Orleans Pelicans finally came out on Tuesday night playing like a team that wanted to celebrate a win. Finally, the Pelicans are no longer the only winless team in the Western Conference. Controlling the game from..." November 11
CBS Sports "The New Orleans Pelicans snapped their six-game losing streak to start the season Tuesday night, but it may have come at a price with Anthony Davis sitting out the entire second half with a bruised hip. The Pelicans still beat Dallas convincingly despite Davis' second half absence, but as nice as..." November 11
Anthony Davis (right hip contusion) is out for the rest of the game.
Omer Asik listed as questionable vs. Mavericks on Pelicans' latest injury list. They also list him starting at center.
Real GM Basketball "Jimmer Fredette has signed with the New Orleans Pelicans with their hardship exception. Fredette was the second overall pick of the D-League draft by the Westchester Knicks." November 09
Dallas Morning News "Here's a couple of morning-after thoughts about the Mavericks' 107-98 victory over New Orleans on Saturday night at American Airlines Center. Approach the bench, sir: The Mavericks' bench outscored the New Orleans' reserves 42-34. And that's with Ryan Anderson - clearly one of the Pelicans'..." November 08
Atlanta Journal-Constitution "The Hawks’ winning streak lives – but it nearly ended in miserable fashion. The Hawks lost a 17-point fourth-quarter lead but rebounded for their sixth straight victory by defeating the Pelicans 121-115 Friday night. The Hawks (6-1) have won all four road games this season and kept the..." November 07
Yahoo! Sports "New Orleans Pelicans center Kendrick Perkins is expected to miss three months rehabilitating a right pectoral tear, league sources told Yahoo Sports. The Pelicans have been reeling, starting 0-4 before Friday night’s game against the Atlanta Hawks. Injuries have severely impacted the slide,..." November 07
Orlando Sentinel "The Orlando Magic appeared to be fading early in the fourth quarter Tuesday night against the New Orleans Pelicans. What once had been an 18-point Magic lead had dwindled to seven fragile points. “Oh no, not again,” must’ve crossed some players’ minds. And that’s when C.J. Watson made a..." November 04
Pro Basketball Talk "It’s inevitable. Some team is going to get off to a slow start, ownership/top management will be looking for a scapegoat, and a coach will get fired in the middle of the season. Even though the guys swinging the axe are more likely at fault for the team’s problems than the guy on the receiving..." November 04
Omer Asik will miss tonight's game sore calf
New Orleans Times-Picayune "New Orleans Pelicans center Kendrick Perkins played the opening three minutes in Saturday night's home opening loss to the Golden State before he was forced to leave with a strained right pectoral muscle. On Sunday, the Pelicans announced Perkins will be sidelined indefinitely after getting the..." November 02
ESPN "The New Orleans Pelicans say center Kendrick Perkins strained his right pectoral muscle during Saturday night's 134-120 loss to the Golden State Warriors. Perkins did not return to the game, finishing with two points and an assist in just 2:26." November 01
CSN Bay Area "Stephen Curry continued his explosive start to the 2015-16 NBA season, tearing through the Pelicans en route to the Warriors' third win of the season. The reigning MVP finished with 53 points, his third career 50-point game and one point shy of tying his career-high, on 17-of-27 (.630)..." November 01
New Orleans Times-Picayune "With a need to shore up their defensive pressure in the backcourt, the New Orleans Pelicans looked for help on Friday and signed point guard Toney Douglas. Douglas played in 12 games for New Orleans last season and averaged 4.3 points and 2.0 assists, but his most reliable strength is his..." October 31
Yahoo! Sports "NBA commissioner Adam Silver has regularly talked up the supposed inevitability of official uniforms featuring advertisements, which would serve as another revenue stream for the league and continue the professional sports world's embrace of leveraging every available surface for financial gain...." October 30
After waiving Nate Robinson today, New Orleans in talks to try to re-sign former Pels guard Toney Douglas, according to ESPN sources
CSN Northwest "What. A. Start. The young and hungry Trail Blazers put on a show in Wednesday's season opener, bolting to an early lead behind a career performance from CJ McCollum before eventually holding on to beat the New Orleans Pelicans 112-94. The Blazers set an NBA record with their 15th..." October 29
NBA.com "The New Orleans Pelicans announced today that the team has waived guard Nate Robinson. Robinson, 5-9, 180, appeared in two games for New Orleans, averaging 2.0 assists and 0.5 steals. Originally signed by the Pelicans on Oct. 16, Robinson appeared in four preseason games, averaging 8.8 points..." October 29
.@PelicansNBA injury report is out. Dante Cunningham is expected to play tonight. Luke Babbitt is out but could be ready by Saturday.
CSN Bay Area "The Warriors on Tuesday night opened the new season as they finished the old, by beating up a wounded opponent. And Stephen Curry was the primary sadist, pouring in 40 points to lead the defending champs to a 111-95 win over the New Orleans Pelicans before an ecstatic sellout crowd at Oracle..." October 28