Advanced stats shed a light on the dominance displayed by Chicago and Golden State in the postseason thus far.
The New Orleans Pelicans fell behind 2-0 in their series against the Warriors on Monday with a 97-87 loss.
ESPN NBA analyst Tim Legler shows how Klay Thompson came through in a big way late in the game for Golden State.
With Anthony Davis to defend, Draymond Green applied the relentless defense that helped put Golden State up 2-0.
Led by Anthony Davis' 45 minutes, the Pelicans didn't just run out of time, they ran out of gas against the Warriors, and it caught up to them late.
Pelicans head coach Monty Williams says his team is getting experience by battling the top seed in the playoffs.
Tim Legler believes the Pelicans will come out ready in Game 3.
SportsCenter Highlight of the Night: Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson combine to score 48 points in the Warriors' 97-87 win over the Pelicans and give Golden State a 2-0 series lead.
The Warriors trailed by 13 in the first quarter but rallied on the strength of Klay Thompson's game-high 26 points to bury the Pelicans and take a 2-0 series lead.
Before Monday night's game against the Pelicans, Warriors guard Stephen Curry throws up a crazy shot from the opposite tunnel and barely misses.
The New Orleans Pelicans cleared Tyreke Evans to play in Monday night's Game 2 97-87 loss to the Golden State Warriors but ruled out fellow guard Jrue Holiday.
Pelicans coach Monty Williams claimed his comments Monday morning regarding Oracle Arena's crowd noise were taken out of context and meant only as a joke.
After their Game 1 loss, New Orleans Pelicans coach Monty Williams suggested that the crowd noise at Oracle Arena, home of the Golden State Warriors, may not be within the league rules.
New Orleans will want to have a better start if they hope to even their series against Golden State.
After 35 points in Game 1, expect even more touches for Anthony Davis in Game 2. And Golden State may like it that way.
Our writers break down the highlights and lowlights from the first weekend of NBA playoff action.
Pelicans PG Tyreke Evans will likely play in Game 2 against Golden State, but could be out due to a bruised knee.
Pelicans forward Anthony Davis says he no longer feels jittery about the playoffs.
The Pelicans have listed Tyreke Evans as questionable for Game 2 of their first-round series against the Warriors on Monday night with a bone bruise in his left knee.
Anthony Davis had 35 points for the Pelicans in their 106-99 loss to the Warriors on Saturday.
Check out the best from the first night of the NBA playoffs, featuring appearances by Dwight Howard, Pau Gasol and Anthony Davis.
The Pelicans received one of the most dominant scoring debuts ever, but the uncertain status of Tyreke Evans may leave Anthony Davis with little help.
Tyreke Evans was scheduled to undergo an MRI exam on his left knee Saturday after banging knees with Golden State's Andre Iguodala and suffering a contusion that knocked him out of Game 1.
Pelicans forward Anthony Davis throws down a great one-handed alley-oop from Norris Cole in the fourth quarter of New Orleans' 106-99 loss to Golden State.
Stephen Curry scores 34 points in the Warriors' 106-99 Game 1 win over the Pelicans.
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