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2015-16 Schedule
20-33, 5th in Southwest
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Davis is all yours tonight, Kobe

As Kobe Bryant suits up for his 18th and final All-Star Game, not only fans will be taking notice. New Orleans forward Anthony Davis, who will also play Sunday, said of Kobe's last All-Star game: "Anytime I'm on the floor and Kobe's on the floor and he asks for the ball, I'm giving it to him." All-Stars on Kobe's impact

Would you rather dunk on...? (1:26)
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Big guys show off skills

Draymond Green, Anthony Davis and DeMarcus Cousins didn't win the Taco Bell Skills Challenge, but they looked good running the course. Kevin Pelton graded each of the big men within the C range. All-Star Grades: Skills Challenge

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The Brow headed to Moron Mountain?

Rumors of a "Space Jam" sequal or remake have been swirling for years, so Muggsy Bogues picks his lineup of potential players who could lose their talent. Bogues believes Anthony Davis might need to be wary of aliens trying to steal his game. Muggsy's potential Monstars

NBA All-Stars try to name five famous Canadians (2:15)
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Pelicans' Evans has surgery, done for season

Pelicans guard Tyreke Evans had successful surgery on his right knee to help alleviate pain from tendinitis and will miss the remainder of the 2015-16 season.

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Tyreke Evans out for rest of season

The Pelicans guard underwent successful surgery on his right knee on Thursday. Recovery from the third procedure on that knee since May will sideline Evans after just 25 games played.

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Anthony Davis on what he's anticipating on Sunday for Kobe's last All-Star Game.: "It's going to be crazy. A lot of No. 24 jerseys. We'll try to get him the MVP."

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Pelicans Daily Links: Friday

Top Headline: Tyreke Evans undergoes surgery, he is out for the rest of the season.

With heavy hearts, Thunder defeat Pelicans (1:30)

Thunder dominate Pelicans by 26

Russell Westbrook and Kevin Durant each scored 23 points, and Billy Donovan became the second rookie coach to hit 40 wins before the All-Star break in Oklahoma City's 121-95 win over New Orleans. Box score

Westbrook makes this dunk look easy (0:17)

Thunder rolling past Pelicans through 3

Russell Westbrook has 23 points and is one rebound short of a triple-double as Oklahoma City has built up a 95-74 lead over the Pelicans. Follow live

Durant, Westbrook put on a dunking clinic (0:25)

Westbrook powers Thunder into halftime

Russell Westbrook is well on his way toward a triple-double as he finished the first half with 18 points, 7 assists and 5 rebounds, helping the Thunder jump out to a 62-53 lead over the Pelicans at the break. Halftime stats

Ryan Anderson devastated by loss of Ingrid Williams (2:18)
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Pelicans Daily Links: Thursday

Top Headline: Jrue Holiday leads Pelicans past the Jazz on a tough night for the organization.

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Holiday is worth the wait in NOLA

Reserve guard Jrue Holiday led the Pelicans on Wednesday night in scoring and assists for the fourth time this season with 21 points and nine dimes. Elias Sports Bureau reports no other NBA reserve has led his team in those categories more than twice this season.

Jazz's seven-game win streak ends (1:03)

Team Stats

Points Per Game102.113th
Rebounds Per Game42.423rd
Assists Per Game21.716th
Points Allowed105.124th

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