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New Orleans Pelicans Details

The New Orleans Pelicans began as the New Orleans Hornets in the 2002-2003 season, and have since established themselves as a consistent postseason competitor. Over this time span, the team has had several top picks translate into well-developed players who have carried the team into playoff appearances.

After becoming the Pelicans in 2013, the team was able to rely on the one and only Anthony Davis to bring them to the playoffs and keep them competitive once they got there. Davis made himself known throughout the league as a skilled big man and unbelievable shot blocker, but his ability to spread the floor and shoot from the perimeter made him almost unguardable by most modern big men.

Davis and the Pelicans formed something of a rivalry with the Golden State Warriors over a number of playoff series, as the two teams have matched up in various stages of the Western Conference playoffs. Those games were often star-studded affairs, with the Warriors trotting out the likes of Steph Curry and Kevin Durant against the Pelicans, who were up for the challenge.

The Pelicans were able to grab their first series sweep in their playoff history, with Davis running the show, when they took the Portland Trail Blazers down in the first round of the 2018 playoffs in just four games. New Orleans was able to shut down the dynamic backcourt of the Trail Blazers, which featured Damian Lillard and CJ McCollum en route to advancing to the second round.

Before becoming the Pelicans, while the team was still named the Hornets, the team also had a number of playoff appearances. During this period the team was led by point guard Chris Paul. CP3 was the kind of player you would definitely want on your side in situations like the playoffs, as his experience and demeanor served as a calming agent for the rest of the players on his teams. And with Paul’s ability to distribute the basketball, it’s no surprise that he made everyone around him better.

When Do Pelicans Playoff Tickets Go On Sale?

Pelicans playoff tickets usually go on sale around the time when the team clinches a spot in the NBA playoffs. The team typically accomplishes this in March or April depending on when in the season they stack up enough wins to mathematically ensure themselves a spot. A good way to determine when Pelicans playoff tickets will go on sale is to keep an eye on the league standings.