Summary: The Pelicans won three of their four matchups against the Suns last season. ... Davis' 29 points in Wednesday's win over San Antonio moved him into sole possession of No. 2 on the franchise's all-time scoring list, passing former New Orleans Hornets and current Houston Rockets guard Chris Paul. ... Davis and Cousins have each finished with at least 20 points and 10 rebounds in the same game nine times this season.
Getting off to slow starts has been a concern for the New Orleans Pelicans as of late, but that went out of the window after Friday night. New Orleans (11-8) grabbed a 30-point lead going into halftime and cruised to a 115-91 victory over the Phoenix Suns at the Talking Stick Resort Arena. The Pelicans picked up their third straight win and 24 points is their largest margin of victory this season. Anthony Davis led the Pelicans with 23 points and nine rebounds in only 26 minutes of action.
Anthony Davis had one more addition to his long list of career accolades by the end of Wednesday night's 107-90 win over the San Antonio Spurs. Davis' 29-point performance moved him past former New Orleans Hornets and current Houston Rockets star Chris Paul and into No. 2 on the New Orleans Pelicans' all-time scoring list. "It's only been (six years) and I'm 24 (years old)," Davis said. "It's great and definitely humbling. The fact that I did it off a win against a great team makes it even better."
An extremely impressive win for the Pelicans. The defense has gone to another level in the past few games and Rondo has made a huge difference with the offense. Tomorrow night will be a big test to see just how far they've come
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