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A Thursday rematch between New Orleans and Utah should feature two very healthy rosters. The Pelicans listed no players on their Wednesday official injury report. On the Utah side, rotation players Derrick Favors and Joe Ingles had been listed on Monday’s injury report in advance of Tuesday’s game, but both Jazz
Rarely in the NBA can a game be summarized by one statistic, but Tuesday’s Western Conference matchup between Utah and New Orleans virtually boiled down to a single category. In the opener of a mid-week two-game series, the Jazz knocked down 21 three-pointers, while the Pelicans made only six. Utah entered
New Orleans Pelicans guard Lonzo Ball is listed as questionable on the team's injury Report ahead of Tuesday's game at the Utah Jazz. Ball has missed the first three games of the Pelicans' six-game road trip with bilateral knee tendinopathy. Previous game starting lineups NEW ORLEANS (5-7) Sunday win at Sacramento Nickeil Alexander-Walker, Eric
A look at three key numbers related to Sunday’s game at Golden 1 Center between New Orleans and Sacramento (8 p.m. Central, Fox Sports New Orleans, 100.3 FM): 18, 28: Rank among the NBA’s scoring leaders for New Orleans forwards Brandon Ingram (23.5 points per game) and Zion Williamson (21.8), respectively.