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Their first trip to the postseason in four years has whetted the appetites of the New Orleans Pelicans—and the same is undoubtedly true for their fans. Megastar Anthony Davis will seek to guide his team back to the playoffs as they attempt to advance to the Conference Semifinals for the first time since 2008. With just four seasons under his belt, Davis has quickly emerged as one of the premier players in the NBA. Together with Tyreke Evans and Jrue Holiday, “The Brow” will do everything in his power to vault the Pelicans into contention in a super-competitive Western Conference. Come out and be a part of the excitement at Smoothie King Center—New Orleans Pelicans tickets are on sale now for 2016-17!
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Pelicans Hoping to Swoop Into Postseason
The standings don’t give them the best of chances to make the playoffs, but don’t tell that to Anthony Davis and these Pelicans. The New Orleans squad sits five games out of the eighth and final position with 24 left to play, meaning “The Brow” and his crew will need to put together a win streak or two to make it back-to-back playoff runs. Now’s the time to get your cheap New Orleans Pelicans tickets and follow the stretch run live in person.

Be There at The Blender
Must-win contests loom large on the calendar for the Pels, including their matchup with Utah this weekend. Trust Razorgator for great discount prices on all the biggest sporting events—you can be there at Smoothie King Center on 3/5 with tickets as low as $7 apiece!

New Orleans Pelicans News and Updates

The New Orleans Pelicans seemed to be turning things around by pulling off two consecutive wins at the beginning of the week. Unfortunately, the Pelicans were unable to keep the good juices flowing when they competed against the Oklahoma City Thunder on Thursday night. The Pelicans did a good job of keeping up with the Thunder during the first half. However, the second half is when the Thunder brought out the big guns and crushed the Pelicans with them. The game ended in favor of the Thunder with a score of 121-95. See the Pelicans play the Philadelphia 76ers on February 19 when you get your tickets today. Don’t miss your chance!
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