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Pelicans lose for the seventh consecutive time to Pacers, 96-84 posted on 12/28/2014

Late in the third quarter on Tuesday night, Pelicans point guard Jrue Holiday saw the lane open quickly with Anthony Davis standing just a few feet away.

But instead of seizing upon the advantage, it turned out to be another dismally executed play that kept Coach Monty Williams flustered for most of the game. Holiday tossed an errant pass that never got to Davis and resulted in a turnover.

With a chance to build momentum from Sunday's big road win against Oklahoma City, the Pelicans had another uneven performance and lost 96-84 to the Pacers at Bankers Fieldhouse.

It was their seventh consecutive loss to the Pacers; fifth straight on the road. The Pelicans (14-14) came in holding the eight-seed in the Western Conference after having won six of their past nine. The Pelicans also dropped their fourth consecutive road game against an Eastern Conference opponent. 

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New Orleans Hornets Preseason Report 2014 posted on 09/27/2014

New Orleans Hornets, now called the New Orleans Pelicans in the 2013-14 season were beset with misfortune. The Pelicans could not reach the playoffs, even with the great five-player combination of Eric Gordon, Ryan Anderson, Tyreke Evans, Jrue Holiday, and Anthony Davis. These five players appeared together in only 12 games. Firstly, Gordon and Anderson were injured, when they came back, Davis went out, and when he was back Jrue was injured. Lastly, Anderson was seriously injured in the neck, which ended his season. Even when all of them were together, the Pelicans did not perform that well as a team.   

For 2014-15 season, New Orleans Pelicans have a good chance of entering the playoffs. However, it will mainly depend on the performances of Tyreke Evans and Eric Gordon. Jrue Holiday has recovered from his injury, and Anthony Davis is showing signs of great potential. Many experts still feel that the team will have a hard time reaching the playoffs, unless Davis drastically improves his offenses and brings more versatility into the game.

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