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The Bird Writes Apr 23, 2017
AD’s health, team defense and DeMarcus Cousins top most pleasant surprises of 2016-17

AD’s health, team defense and DeMarcus Cousins top most pleasant surprises of 2016-17

It wasn’t an entirely disappointing season for the New Orleans Pelicans. Despite a 34-48 record, the New Orleans Pelicans had quite a few positives emerge this season. Name the most pleasant surprise or theme to emerge from the 2016-17 campaign. (It can revolve around an individual player, reflect upon part or the whole team, be the implementation of a new coaching strategy, anything!) Jason: New additions to roster As I have said, I think the best part of the season was the new pieces New Orleans added over the course of the year. Cousins is a superstar talent, Jordan Crawford will win...
Pelican Debrief Apr 17, 2017

10 Questions with NBA and Jordan Crawford Press Representative Mia Fields

Jordan Crawford of the New Orleans Pelicans faced quite the journey back to the NBA following a near three year hiatus from April 16th, 2014 to March 5th, 2017. However, he wasn’t alone.  He was backed by an amazing support system that included Mia Fields of Simply Human, his press representative.  Mia graciously took some […] 10 Questions with NBA and Jordan Crawford Press Representative Mia Fields - Pelican Debrief - Pelican Debrief - A New Orleans Pelicans Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Sun Herald Apr 13, 2017

Pelicans end the season with a 103-100 win over the Blazers

Jordan Crawford had 15 points and the New Orleans Pelicans snapped a five-game losing streak with a 103-100 victory over the playoff-bound Portland Trail Blazers on Wednesday night. Cheick Diallo …
Times-Picayune Apr 11, 2017
More mature Jordan Crawford still making shots but no longer making waves in return to NBA

More mature Jordan Crawford still making shots but no longer making waves in return to NBA

Journeyman scorer finds a home in New Orleans after 2 1/2-year odyssey
The Bird Writes Apr 8, 2017
Quinn Cook signs two-year contract with the New Orleans Pelicans

Quinn Cook signs two-year contract with the New Orleans Pelicans

Congratulations!!! Chris Haynes of ESPN announced earlier today that the New Orleans Pelicans have signed Quinn Cook to a two-year deal. With his second 10-day contract expiring before tonight’s game against the Golden State Warriors, the Pelicans had to sign Cook for at least the rest of the year or let him walk. Although the terms have yet to be announced, Cook’s deal is probably identical to the one inked by Jordan Crawford, a two-year partially guaranteed contract. In essence, it will pay Cook his minimum for the rest of this season and then next year the Pelicans can decide to keep...

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