August 12, 2022

NEW ORLEANS PELICANS

New Orleans Pelicans Latest Updates

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4th Southwest | 23-36

Field Goal %

24th

44.7 FG%

3-point %

27th

32.8 3P%

Points Scored

26th

106 PPG

Total Rebounds

11th

45.0 RPG

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Location: New Orleans, Louisiana
Team Name:  New Orleans Pelicans, New Orleans/Oklahoma City Hornets, New Orleans Hornets
Seasons: 20; 2002-03 to 2021-22
Record: 731-858, .460 W-L%
Playoff Appearances: 7
Championships: 0

Game Schedule

Team Last Match

Upcoming Match

Home Arenas

  • Smoothie King Center (previously New Orleans Arena) (2002–present) is a multi-purpose venue in New Orleans, Louisiana.

New Orleans Pelicans

This year’s Pelicans roster will be slightly different, as they will be missing Lonzo Ball, who was on the verge of breaking through as a starting point guard in the NBA, Steven Adams, the dependable bruiser, and veteran Eric Bledsoe. Trey Murphy III, a future star in the making for New Orleans, will likely not start right away, but he should see plenty of playing time this season as a rookie. His ability to shoot from beyond the arc, spread the floor, and cut without the ball (thanks to his time at Virginia) will complement Zion’s game in the future. For the time being, Zion Williamson, Brandon Ingram, Devonte Graham, Nickeil Alexander-Walker, and Jonas Valanciunas will most likely start for the New Orleans Pelicans.

New Orleans Pelicans Starting Lineup

M. Smart , PG #36

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J. Brown , SG #7

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J. Tatum , SF #0

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A. Horford , PF #42

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R. W. III , C #44

New Orleans Pelicans Starting Lineup Analysis

The New Orleans Pelicans’ young core of Zion Williamson, Brandon Ingram, and Lonzo Ball remained intact during the offseason, but the team experienced substantial alterations. Below is a sneak peek at the Pelicans’ new look for the 2020-21 season.

The departure of long-time servant Jrue Holiday was the biggest offseason change for New Orleans. The two-time All-Defensive guard was dealt to the Milwaukee Bucks after seven years with the Pelicans.