October 19, 2019 NEW ORLEANS – The New Orleans Pelicans announced today that the team has waived guard Jalen Adams, guard Javon Bess and center Kavell Bigby-Williams. New Orleans’ roster now stands at 17, including two Two-Way players (Zylan Cheatham and Josh Gray).
The 2019 NBA free agency period was one of the wildest in league history. Hundreds of players hit the open market, and when the dust settled, eight 2019 All-Stars found new teams through either free agency or trade. As much as fans enjoy that kind of movement, next summer
Pascal Siakam is a certified max player. The 25-year-old forward and reigning Most Improved Player, who scored 32 points on 14-for-17 shooting in Game 1 of the 2019 NBA Finals, agreed to a four-year maximum contract extension with the Toronto Raptors on Saturday. The deal is worth a reported
Heading into the offseason, the New York Knicks were frequently mentioned as a potential landing spot for some of the NBA's top free agents; guys like Kevin Durant, Kyrie Irving, and Kawhi Leonard. Ultimately though, the Knicks whiffed on the top-tier players and were forced to construct a less
The 2020 NBA free agent class was already looking rather thin, and another big name just got crossed off the list. According to a report from ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski and Zach Lowe, Pascal Siakam has agreed to a four-year, max contract extension with the Toronto Raptors. Siakam and the Raptors
Want to know how the New Orleans Pelicans are faring this season? Here are some of the key statistics to monitor throughout the 2019-20 regular season among the team’s guards (Up Sunday: frontcourt stats to watch)
Three-point percentage. Ball has made gradual progress beyond the arc since his NBA debut in ‘17, shooting
The Los Angeles Lakers and Golden State Warriors met for their final preseason tilt, and while Zach Norvell and Kostas Antetokounmpo did some fun things, the best news is that it's time for the regular season to begin!
Dubs' 71 points in first half leads team to victory over Los Angeles Lakers in final preseason game. The Dubs ended their preseason on a high note with a 124-103 win over the Los Angeles Lakers on the home hardwood at Chase Center on Friday night. A torrid first half
Nobody can replace Kevin Durant. This much we know. But when you actually see it on paper, it still comes as something of a shock that the Golden State Warriors, who have gone to five straight NBA Finals and have become synonymous with the most elite of NBA star
HEAD COACH ALVIN GENTRYOn tonight’s game:“I thought we did a good job. I liked the way we started the game. I thought we were really active, played with the kind of pace that I thought we needed to play with. Had good ball movement. Pretty solid defensively to start the