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2019 Schedule
33-49, 3rd in Southwest
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4dAdrian Wojnarowski

Sources: Pels OK'd to talk job with Clips' Redden

The Pelicans have been granted permission to discuss a senior front-office role with Clippers assistant general manager Trent Redden, league sources told ESPN.

Farnham: 'No chance' Davis sticks with Pelicans (1:58)
Is there a chance Davis remains with the Pelicans? (1:41)
Woj: Griffin's first task to 'navigate' AD trade (0:55)
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10dAdrian Wojnarowski

Sources: Griffin agrees to be Pels' executive VP

David Griffin has reached an agreement with the Pelicans to become the team's new executive vice president and will now oversee the trade process for Anthony Davis, sources told ESPN.

Davis ready to 'see what the future holds' (0:25)
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13dNick Friedell

AD doesn't regret trade demand but is in limbo

Anthony Davis said Wednesday that he doesn't regret asking for a trade from the Pelicans, but he must wait to see whom the team hires as general manager before evaluating what the future holds.

Rose cautions Davis not to alienate his fan base (1:38)
Gentry: I've never seen this type of fallout (1:06)
Wood records first career 20-10 game (1:14)
Okafor's fancy footwork leads to slam (0:19)
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13dNick Friedell

Gentry: AD got 'bad advice,' led to toxic situation

Pelicans coach Alvin Gentry said the fallout from the Anthony Davis trade discussions was the most toxic situation he has seen in more than three decades in the NBA.

Wood hammers home dunk (0:17)
Ian Clark drops 31 in Pelicans' win (1:30)

Clark, Payton help Pelicans rally past Kings 133-129

Ian Clark scored 31 points with a career-best seven 3-pointers, Elfrid Payton had 12 of his 25 points in the final 3 1/2 minutes and the New Orleans Pelicans beat the Sacramento Kings 133-129 on Sunday night.

Fox falls, Payton drains 3 (0:18)
Jackson, Randle battle it out in Suns' OT win over Pelicans (1:56)
Wood hangs on rim after slam (0:31)
Clark's steal sets up Williams' slam (0:29)

Walker leads Hornets past Pelicans 115-109

Kemba Walker scored 21 of his 32 points in the fourth quarter, and the Charlotte Hornets kept alive their slim playoff hopes with a 115-109 victory over the New Orleans Pelicans on Wednesday night.

Okafor reverses mid-air for spin-around slam (0:23)

Team Stats

Points Per Game115.43rd
Rebounds Per Game47.35th
Assists Per Game27.03rd
Points Allowed116.827th

Team History