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2016 New Pelicans tickets gives you access to some of the seasons most exciting games. The typical top four teams of the conference have been shaken up by losing valuable players to major trades. You can bet that the New Orleans Pelicans will be expected to capitalize on these now weaker teams, and they are putting themselves on the fast track to postseason action. Ordering your New Orleans Pelicans tickets from Frontrow.org means that you will get to see your team battle their way deep into the playoffs.

 

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New Orleans Hornets Tickets – Challenging the West

 

New Orleans Hornets tickets are back inNew Orleans, far from the Mid-West where they’ve made their home the past two seasons. Casting around for a role model, the Hornets need only look into their own backyard and see how the Saints have done with a winning team. Generating that type of appeal would ensure the Hornets long term tenure in the Crescent City. The challenge is to do it in the toughest division of the toughest conference in the NBA. With the Spurs, Mavericks, and Rockets all contenders for the throne the Hornets have their work cut out for them.

 

Adversity Builds the Hornets

 

Everyone knows the story of the Hornets exile to Oklahoma City. It’s certainly not the best situation for a professional sports franchise to play home games a thousand miles from home. Hopefully the experience results in thicker skin. Closer to the bone is the Hornets experience with injury. Immediately after signing Peja Stojakovic to a major contract the Hornets lost him to a back injury. Then came the injury to star guard Chris Paul andNew Orleansfell back into the crowd in the West although the Hornets managed to stay in the race until late in the season.

 

Now things look much better for Hornets tickets. Peja is back and healthy. Teaming him up with the Hornets trio of younger players in Chris Paul, Tyson Chandler, and David West should result in a potent offense for New Orleans. Chris Paul is entering his 3rd year in the league, a point where for many, the light comes on. West is healthy again and hopes to pick up where he left off, namely hitting the mid-range jumper and anchoring the defense.

 

Newcomers to the squad include Morris Peterson, a 7-year veteran who adds firepower from the outside, and Julian Wright ofKansas, a choice too good to pass up for Byron Scott.

 

Hornets Tickets – Bucking the Odds

 

So far the New Orleans Hornets have beaten the odds. Many expected them to remain in Oklahoma Citybut they’ve come home. Some said that Peja would never get healthy. He’s back. And others pointed to the lack of a real home as a factor that would tear the team up. The New Orleans Hornets have survived all of that. Now they have to survive and win in the Western Conference.    

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Pelicans Day 1 training camp notes: A musical beginning - Pelicans.com

Pelicans Day 1 training camp notes: A musical beginning
Pelicans.com
WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS, W.Va. – As players stretched or fired jumpers Tuesday, preparing for the first practice of the New Orleans Pelicans' 2015-16 season, speakers blared recent hit songs from artists such as Drake and 2 Chainz. With steady rain ...

Alvin Gentry puts emphasis toward defense during first day of Pelicans' camp - NOLA.com

NOLA.com

Alvin Gentry puts emphasis toward defense during first day of Pelicans' camp
NOLA.com
In their first day of training camp at The Greenbrier Tuesday, New Orleans Pelicans coach Alvin Gentry said music played at the start of drills and he invited his mentor, former NBA coach Mike D'Antoni, to observe practice and offer input. Gentry told ...

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2015 Training Camp: Mike D'Antoni has joined the New Orleans Pelicans at the ... - The Bird Writes

2015 Training Camp: Mike D'Antoni has joined the New Orleans Pelicans at the ...
The Bird Writes
Over the course of his coaching career, Mike D'Antoni caught a lot of flack for his style and teachings, even during his days with the Phoenix Suns. However, there is no denying that the author of the 'Seven Seconds or Less' offense has been a great ...

Kendrick Perkins Says He'd Be a 'Big, Grumpy Policeman' If He Weren't in the NBA - Bleacher Report

Bleacher Report

Kendrick Perkins Says He'd Be a 'Big, Grumpy Policeman' If He Weren't in the NBA
Bleacher Report
If Kendrick Perkins weren't blocking shots and grabbing boards, he'd be issuing traffic tickets. The New Orleans Pelicans big man told Pelicans.com beat writer Jim Eichenhofer that if he weren't in the NBA, he could see himself in law enforcement.

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One 'grumpy' player knows exactly what he'd be if he weren't in NBA - FOXSports.com

One 'grumpy' player knows exactly what he'd be if he weren't in NBA
FOXSports.com
To see New Orleans Pelicans big man Kendrick Perkins smile is akin to the sight of a triple-rainbow -- exceedingly rare, to the point of mythology. And it's a demeanor that suits Perkins just fine, it would seem. With New Orleans' season officially ...

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