Top Moments in Pelicans History

February 16, 2021

New Orleans Pelicans are one of the two professional sports franchises playing out of the Big Easy, bringing pride to fans whenever they play. The Pelicans might not be the most illustrious team in NBA, nor the most successful, but their history is littered with magical moments, and not all are on court.  In a […]

Zion Williamson – A Rising Basketball Star

January 8, 2021

Basketball lives in the hearts of Americans. It is the reason that you’ll never hear an American saying No to a basketball game. Apart from that, Americans cheer to their favorite stars like no other nation. In this article, I am going to talk about one such rising star who is setting new records in […]

Why the 76ers are the perfect blueprint the Pelicans should follow

March 4, 2019

Written by Wyatt Vaughn, Senior at Holy Cross School; Photos by Phillip Petty III, Sophomore at St. Augustine High School; mentored by Rob Noelke. Originally published on JRNOLA’s website. On a cold Monday night in the Big Easy, it was time for the Pelicans to try and get their 28th win of the season. Though […]

Anthony Davis: Still Here

February 18, 2019

With the request of a trade by AD, happening in the same week as the Saints were denied a spot in the Super Bowl, it was like pouring salt into an open wound.

Streaky Pelicans Stop the Spurs

November 20, 2018

The Pelicans season so far has been a story of streaks: after winning their first four, they lost six in a row, just to win five of their last six. They posted a 140-126 home win against the Spurs on November 19.

Pels Light up Suns to Reach .500 on the Season

November 13, 2018

The New Orleans Pelicans warmed up fans inside the Smoothie King Center Saturday night as they hosted, and easily handled, a struggling (2-9) Phoenix Suns team: last place in the Western Conference. The Pelicans came into the arena with a 5-6 record, looking to reach the .500 mark against the struggling Suns, and separate themselves from […]

After postseason success, Pelicans look to keep pushing

October 17, 2018

The Golden State Warriors shocked the world when they added to their basketball monopoly this offseason by signing All-Star Center DeMarcus Cousins to a one-year $5.3 million dollar deal, despite having a $40 million two-year deal previously on the table from the New Orleans Pelicans. The West is wild. Shortly after, the world would come […]

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