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2015-16 Schedule
3-11, 5th in Southwest
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Ryan Anderson among top DFS plays

Jim McCormick includes the Pelicans rangy big man among his selections for Wednesday night, when New Orleans visits the Phoenix Suns. Between the lines

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AD slips to No. 2 in fantasy rankings

Tom Carpenter moves Anthony Davis down from the top slot. That says as much about the play of the new No. 1, Stephen Curry of the unbeaten Warriors, as it does about Davis' injury-marred start. Rest-of-season rankings

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Pelicans vault to 24th in rankings

It's baby steps for banged-up New Orleans. The Pelicans went into the week with one win and came out with three -- and even held Tim Duncan without a rebound for the first time in his career. Week 4 Power Rankings

Davis, Pelicans win second straight (0:55)

Final: Pelicans 122, Suns 116

Anthony Davis had a game-high 32 points and grabbed 19 boards with four blocks, including a key denial in the final seconds, to lift the Pels to their third win of the season. Davis is the first player this season with a 30-point, 15-rebound game. Box score

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Pay up for Anthony Davis

The Pelicans superstar has proven he is matchup-proof, so you should feel confident building around him on Sunday. You should also consider Eric Gordon because of his 3-point shooting. DFS best buys (Insider)

Pelicans snap Spurs' six-game winning streak (1:10)

Final: Pelicans 104, Spurs 90

Journeyman guard Ish Smith was the difference for New Orleans as he poured in 17 points and a career-high 13 assists to push the Pelicans to their second win on the season. Box score

Davis denies Aldridge (0:09)
Smith connects with Davis for alley-oop (0:07)

Pels lead Spurs heading into 4th quarter

Pelicans PF Ryan Anderson has 21 points off the bench as they lead 78-74 after three quarters. The Spurs' LaMarcus Aldridge has 16 points, and his team is 6-0 so far this season when he scores at last 15. Live on ESPN, WatchESPN

Ajinca's powerful one-handed slam (0:10)
Davis posterizes Duncan (0:07)

Pelicans hold lead at the half

Ryan Anderson is trying to give New Orleans its second win on the season. He's pacing all scorers with 14 points off the bench as the Pelicans lead the Spurs 48-41 at halftime. Live on ESPN, WatchESPN

Ryan Anderson shows off his hops (0:08)

With Aldridge out, Spurs struggle

LaMarcus Aldridge subbed out of the first quarter at the 8:56 mark with an apparent ankle injury and didnt return. The Pelicans responded with a 22-12 run to end the period. New Orleans leads 22-20 through one quarter. Live on ESPN, WatchESPN

Gee's interception and fast-break layup (0:06)

Alridge tweaks ankle

LaMarcus Aldridge rolled his ankle bumping into Alonzo Gee early in the first quarter and limped off into the locker room in New Orleans. The Spurs lead 13-10 early in the first. Live on ESPN, WatchESPN


Watch: Spurs (9-2) at Pelicans (1-11)

The NBA's second-best and second-worst teams face off in New Orleans as the Spurs look to win seven in a row and the Pels try to break a five-game skid. Live on ESPN, WatchESPN

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Davis, Asik return for Pelicans in time for Spurs

New Orleans Pelicans coach Alvin Gentry says forward Anthony Davis and center Omer Asik are both ready to return to the lineup Friday night against the San Antonio Spurs.

Team Stats

Points Per Game102.111th
Rebounds Per Game41.227th
Assists Per Game22.0Tied-10th
Points Allowed108.930th

Team History


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