New Orleans Pelicans Tickets

New Orleans Pelicans Tickets

New Orleans Pelicans Schedule in 2014-15

The New Orleans Pelicans are ready to take flight this season as they hit the court to do battle with some of the toughest opponents that the National Basketball Association has to offer. The Pelicans play in the Western Conference, which is filled with good teams right now. To top it off, the Pelicans call the Southwest Division home, a division that is stacked with good teams right now. New Orleans had a decent year in 2013-14 that saw young Anthony Davis make the leap to star player status. The Pelicans certainly have one of the best young players in the game, but now it's about getting the talent around him to play together. New Orleans will see plenty of tough teams come to town this season.

The Pelicans will have to step up their game against the San Antonio Spurs when the reigning NBA Champions come to the Big Easy in 2014-15. The Spurs look to be the favorite to represent the West in the NBA Finals, as they have done so for the last two seasons. Other tough division rivals will come to play the Pelicans this season as well, such as the Dallas Mavericks, Houston Rockets and Memphis Grizzlies. It's not going to be an easy road to the playoffs for the Pelicans, but they'll look to secure some huge wins at home this season with the help of their renowned home crowd.

New Orleans Pelicans Team Info

The New Orleans Pelicans are looking to elevate their game and reach the postseason in the competitive Western Conference this season, something that is easier said than done. The Pelicans have a true budding star player in big man Anthony Davis, whom the team selected with the number one overall pick in the NBA Draft a few years ago. David is already one of the best players in the league, and he has plenty of room to grow. The Pelicans certainly are not lacking in the talent department. Point guard Jrue Holiday has made an All-Star appearance already in his young career, and the Pelicans are hoping that he can find a bit more consistency this season. The team saw a nice finish to the 2013-14 campaign from Tyreke Evans, who may be better-suited playing in the starting lineup rather than coming off the bench. The Pelicans are also hoping for a big season from sharpshooter Eric Gordon. New Orleans made some nice moves in the offseason to strengthen their team, the biggest one being the trade that brought in center Omer Asik. Asik will likely start in the middle for the Pelicans with David sliding over to his more natural power forward position. The team did not have a first-round pick in the 2014 Draft because of the 2013 Holiday trade, but they used their second-round selection on Louisville guard Russ Smith, who could be a dynamic player off the pine for New Orleans. It should be an interesting season for the Pelicans this season as they eye a spot in the playoffs.

Fan Experience

The NBA has plenty of great games on the schedule each and every season, from plenty of top-tier regular season battles to playoff clashes that you'll have to see first-hand to believe. When you're there in person for a Pelicans game you're sure to be wrapped up the excitement of the game. It truly doesn't get any better than being there when two top teams take to the hardwood to battle it out. The Pelicans have some great games on their schedule this season, and fans are sure to line up to see the action in person. Make sure you're there this season for at least content where the Pelicans take on one of the best teams in the National Basketball Association.

New Orleans Pelicans Trivia

Where did New Orleans Pelicans star Anthony David play his college ball?

The answer is Kentucky, where he played one year over renowned coach John Calipari. David won National Player of the Year honors during his lone season at Kentucky, a campaign in which he led his team to the National Championship. To top it all off, Davis was made the top pick in the NBA Draft by New Orleans, cementing him as the cornerstone of the franchise. David quickly showed that he was as good as billed, if not better. Davis is now seen as one of the most promising young stars in the game and potential future MVP candidate.

New Orleans Pelicans History

The Pelicans organization started to play basketball in Charlotte as the Hornets in the 1988 season, and quickly became some of the hottest tickets in town. The franchise had its first star combination when Alonzo Mourning teamed up with Larry Johnson to make the Hornets one of the most popular team in the National Basketball Association. The franchise moved to New Orleans in the wake of the 2002 season, and made the playoffs each of the first two seasons they were there. For a time, this franchise had one of the best point guards in the league in Chris Paul before he was traded to the Los Angeles Clippers. An NBA title still eludes the Pelicans franchise, but the team is hoping to change that in the very near future.

New Orleans Pelicans Fans

Fans love to pack into the stands to see the New Orleans Pelicans take to the court and face some of the top teams in the National Basketball Association. Of course, it doesn't hurt the Pelicans have a great home venue in New Orleans Arena – a sports venue that has become a staple of the local community over the years. The atmosphere of a big game is nothing short of electric, particularly when it's the Pelicans with the ball late in the game with the score tied. It doesn't get any better than that, and that's why so many fans how up regularly to see the action in person. Join them in the arena this season to be a part of what NBA basketball is all about.

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