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|11/03/2014||Al Horford, C ATL|
Blake Griffin, PF LAC
|Anthony Davis, PF NO|
|11/03/2014||Anthony Davis, PF NO|
Jeremy Lin, PG LAL
|DeMarcus Cousins, C SAC|
Derrick Rose, PG CHI
|11/01/2014||Blake Griffin, PF LAC|
Paul Millsap, PF ATL
|Anthony Davis, PF NO|
Norris Cole, PG NO
|Last 10 Games|
Report: Pelicans sign Anthony Davis to five-year extension
|by Sean d'Oliveira | CBSSports.com|
|(7/1/15) The Pelicans agreed on a contract extension with forward Anthony Davis, sources told Yahoo Sports.
The extension is worth $145 million over five years. Davis made the All-Star team last season after averaging 24.4 points, 10.2 rebounds and 2.9 blocks.
Pelicans' Alvin Gentry sheds light on goal with Anthony Davis
|by Ruben Palacios | Staff Writer|
|(6/17/15) Pelicans new coach Alvin Gentry was still celebrating the title he won as a lead assistant with the Warriors when he let his superstar forward, Anthony Davis, know where he sees them ending up, per Nola.com.
Gentry was celebrating with Warriors head coach Steve Kerr when he looked at the live-streaming cameras and made a bold declaration to Davis.
"Right back here, A.D.," Gentry said. "This is where we're coming -- right back here, A.D."
Davis, a first-team All-NBA player this season, will be Gentry's massive building block toward a championship in the future. He averaged 24.4 points and 10.2 rebounds per game this past season.
Stephen Curry, LeBron James unanimous All-NBA choices
|by Shawn Krest | CBSSports.com|
|(5/21/15) Stephen Curry and LeBron James were unanimous choices for the All-NBA first team, announced on Thursday.
The Warriors' Curry, who was named NBA MVP, and the Cavaliers' James received first team votes on all 129 ballots submitted. Joining Curry at guard on the All-NBA team is the Rockets' James Harden, who received 125 votes.
Joining James at forward is Anthony Davis of the Pelicans (119 votes). The center is Marc Gasol of the Grizzlies (65 votes).
The second team consists of the Trail Blazers' LaMarcus Aldridge, the Kings' DeMarcus Cousins, the Bulls' Pau Gasol, the Thunder's Russell Westbrook and the Clippers' Chris Paul.
The third team is the Spurs' Tim Duncan, the Clippers' Blake Griffin and DeAndre Jordan, the Warriors' Klay Thompson and the Cavaliers' Kyrie Irving.
Report: Pelicans offer Anthony Davis maximum deal
|by Jason Butt | CBSSports.com|
|(4/26/15) The Pelicans want forward Anthony Davis in their plans for a long, long time.
According to ESPN.com, the Pelicans have offered Davis a maximum deal that could be worth more than $140 million over five years. Negotiations between the two can begin on July 1.
Davis averaged 24.4 points and 10.2 rebounds per game this past regular season.
Pelicans forward Anthony Davis doubles up Warriors in losing effort
|by Brandon Wise | CBSSports.com|
|(4/25/15) Pelicans forward Anthony Davis scored 36 points on 14 of 20 shooting from the field and 8 of 9 from the free throw line in New Orleans' 109-98 loss to the Warriors in Game 4 Saturday.
Davis also pulled down 11 rebounds for his third double-double in the four game series. He added three blocks and one assist to his totals. He heads into the offseason after his first trip to the playoffs averaging 31.5 points and 11 rebounds in his first four playoff games.
|Pelicans forward Anthony Davis seems ready to take the next step in his third year in the league. He added 15 pounds of muscle and worked on developing a corner three-point shot in the offseason. Davis led the team in scoring (20.8) and rebounding (10.0). He also led the league in blocked shots with 2.8 per game. He had a five-game stretch in March where he posted a 40-point, 20-rebound game and averaged 33.2 points and 14.2 rebounds per game. He'll have to make room for Omer Asik in the frontcourt, which will have him back at his natural position of power forward. 58 percent of Davis' minutes in 2013-14 were at power forward. As a result to the addition of Asik, the 21-year-old could average fewer blocks this season. And that's fine, as long as he starts to develop a three-point shot or can dish out more assists. Davis still has that injury bubble casting over him, as he was limited to 67 games and missed the final five games because of back spasms. We need to see Davis play 75-plus games before we can feel confident in him taking the next step and becoming a Top 5 player. If he's able to put trouble his troublesome injuries behind him, then the sky is the limit for him. A nightly double-double threat, Davis should be targeted late in the first round in Rotisserie leagues and early in the first round in Keeper leagues on Draft Day.
(Updated 8/29/14) |
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