.@OchsnerHealth injury update: Jrue Holiday (stress reaction - lower right leg soreness) is expected to play tonight vs. GSW.
Fox Sports Southwest "The Pelicans will take any boost they can get in their playoff quest against the Oklahoma City Thunder, and the return of Jrue Holiday is proving to be an invaluable push for New Orleans. Holiday first played Friday versus the Phoenix Suns after a 40-game absence meant to allow a stress..." April 13
CBS Sports Fantasy News "Pelicans guard Jrue Holiday is considered questionable for Friday's game against the Suns, the team announced. He will be a game-time decision." April 10
New Orleans Times-Picayune "With only six games remaining in the regular season, Pelicans point guard Jrue Holiday's possible return still remains in question because of his stress reaction injury in his lower right leg. And although coach Monty Williams hasn't ruled out hope for Holiday's possible return, it is starting..." April 07
New Orleans Times-Picayune "Without getting clearance yet to begin practicing, Pelicans point guard Jrue Holiday could be forced to sit out the remainder of the season due to his stress reaction injury in his lower right leg. Holiday said his doctors have a possible timetable, but he has not asked about it. Although he..." March 27
New Orleans Times-Picayune "For the first time since re-injuring his stress reaction injury in lower right leg, Pelicans point guard Jrue Holiday went through some limited shooting work on the court Friday. Pelicans coach Monty Williams said Holiday took some shots before practice, but there remains no further update on..." March 13
#Pelicans PG Jrue Holiday no longer is in walking boot but said right lower-leg injury still has to be evaluated. Still pain, swelling.
Jrue Holiday will be sidelined an additional three weeks because of stress reaction injury in lower right leg
NBA.com "The New Orleans Pelicans announced today that guard Jrue Holiday is expected to miss the next 2-4 weeks. Additional tests by team physicians yesterday revealed that Holiday developed a stress reaction in his right lower leg. Holiday will be held out of basketball activities until his symptoms..." January 21
Pelicans have upgraded Anthony Davis (toe) to probable. Jrue Holiday (ankle) remain questionable.
New Orleans Times-Picayune "The New Orleans Pelicans will be without point guard Jrue Holiday tonight when they play the Detroit Pistons at the Palace of Auburn Hills. Holiday suffered an inflammation to his right ankle in the first half of the Pelicans' 108-100 loss to the Boston Celtics on Monday and didn't play in the..." January 14
New Orleans Times-Picayune "The New Orleans Pelicans are heading into Thursday night’s NBA draft with no selection in the first or second rounds for the first time in 12 years. But that could change if the Pelicans are able to find a willing trade partner. According to Pelicans coach Monty Williams, they have actively..." June 24
Jrue Holiday undergoes surgery will miss remainder of season
Jrue is out indefinitely. There's no timetable for his return. Last played Jan. 8. RT @dcdaspit No Jrue out there tonight, correct?
NBA.com "The New Orleans Pelicans announced today that Jrue Holiday has been diagnosed with a stress fracture in his right tibia. He is out indefinitely. In 34 games this season, Holiday is averaging 14.3 points, 7.9 assists and 4.2 rebounds in 33.6 minutes per game. The 6’4” guard holds career averages..." January 10
CSN Philly "Jrue Holiday was sporting that endearing smile of his as he hugged and talked to former teammates and staff members of the Sixers' organization, those who played an integral part of his life during his first four years in the NBA. Saturday was the first time Holiday faced the Sixers since being..." November 17
New Orleans Times-Picayune "Last week against the Phoenix Suns, New Orleans Pelicans point guard Jrue Holiday didn't shoot well and struggled to limit Eric Bledsoe from penetrating the lane for repeated layups. While Bledsoe scored 25 points on 10-of-12 shooting, Holiday missed seven-of-eight shots and was held to a..." November 10
New Orleans Times-Picayune "New Orleans Pelicans general manager Dell Demps pulled off perhaps the biggest deal of his three-year tenure. He just couldn't talk about it. Demps drafted Kentucky center Nerlens Noel sixth overall and promptly shipped him and a first-round pick in 2014 to the Philadelphia 76ers for All-Star..." June 28
Philadelphia sends Jrue Holiday and a first-round pick in 2014 to New Orleans for Noel, league source says.
Philly.com "If the 76ers were to heed the advice of their all-star point guard, they would call off the search for the team's next coach and promote from within. As the 76ers ramp up the search for their eighth coach in the last 11 seasons, Jrue Holiday, who has voiced his opinion that the Sixers should..." May 09
CSN Philly "Doug Collins' departure overshadowed the Sixer players going their separate ways for the offseason. Each player met with someone in the front office Thursday to talk about what transpired during the season and what should take place in preparation for next season. “Being better in back-to-back..." April 21
Philly.com "After a spirited scrimmage session that lasted about a half-hour on Monday - the team's first get-together since a Saturday loss at Miami coupled with a Milwaukee win put the playoffs out of reach - Holiday was asked whether his recent play was a product of the heavy load he has been carrying all..." April 09
Philly.com "Justin Holiday, Jrue's older brother, has signed a contract with the 76ers for the remainder of the season and will be at the team's practice Monday at the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine. In 47 games with the Idaho Stampede of the NBA Development League, the 6-foot-6 guard..." April 01
CSN Philly "Jrue Holiday is playing well enough that the Sixers might as well give his brother a shot. A league source confirmed to CSNPhilly.com's John Finger early Sunday morning that the Sixers will call up Justin Holiday, Jrue's brother, from the D-League. Yahoo's Marc Spears first tweeted the..." March 31
Bleacher Report "There’s no debating it—the Miami Heat are the best team in basketball right now, and the Sixers—well, they’re one of the worst. Philadelphia comes into this matchup after losing 10 out of their last 12 games, and things don’t look too promising as they try to stop the freight train that is Miami’s..." March 08
CSN Philly "Jrue Holiday spent the weekend in Houston at the All-Star Game answering all sorts of questions for the national media. Certainly they ran the gamut, considering Holiday was a first-time All-Star and finished second in the All-Stars skills competition. But there was one topic that Holiday..." February 19
CSN Philly "Saturday morning’s All-Star practice is a show for the fans. The half-court shootout and a game of knockout get the place going crazy year after year. LeBron James hit a half-court shot in a sudden-death round to notch a victory for the East in that competition. Then Jrue Holiday did the Sixers..." February 17
CSN Philly "Jrue Holiday was the last of three Eastern Conference players to participate in the Skills Competition on Saturday night. Participants were made to dribble through obstacles, complete two chest passes, a bounce pass, a jump shot and two layups in the shortest time possible. Holiday turned in..." February 17
CSN Philly "Jrue Holiday sat at a table wide-eyed and smiling as he answered all questions lobbed his way. “It is crazy,” Holiday said of dealing with the All-Star media wave. “All the attention that you get is kind of overwhelming. You get in there with the guys like LeBron (James) and KG (Kevin Garnett),..." February 16
Philly.com "Jrue Holiday is one such player, as Collins quickly discovered. In 2011, as the Sixers entered their first-round playoff series against the Heat, perhaps the league's best defensive team and easily its highest-profile squad. Collins realized the Sixers' only hope lay in productive..." February 15
Liberty Ballers "With Thaddeus Young hurt, Andrew Bynum potentially a ghost, and Evan Turner.... deep sigh.... whatever...., Jrue Holiday is almost hilariously alone among bright spots on the Sixers right now. And though he's struggled lately (shooting way under 40% in six February games), the team would not only..." February 14