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Pelicans’ Anthony Davis MRI Showed No Structural Damage In Left Knee

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The New Orleans Pelicans received some good news in regards to the health of their franchise cornerstone Anthony Davis.

An MRI performed on Davis showed no structural damage in his left knee, according to Shams Charania of The Vertical.

Davis felt pain in his knee during warmups ahead of New Orleans’ game against the Portland Trailblazers. Davis left the game in first quarter after bumping knees with Portland’s Damian Lillard.

“I don’t know a whole lot,” New Orleans coach Alvin Gentry said about Davis’ injury. “Our trainers just said the MRI came back negative. I’m sure we’ll know more tomorrow.”

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Pelicans Not Talking About Moving Anthony Davis

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The New Orleans Pelicans have no plans to move superstar Anthony Davis, and are taking a patient approach to see how happy Davis remains with the franchise.

During an appearance on Jeff Goodman’s ‘The Good N’ Plenty Podcast‘, Yahoo Sports’ Chris Mannix spoke, at length, about Davis’ situation with the Pelicans.

“What everyone around the league is zeroing in on [is to see what Anthony Davis does]. They are waiting for the first time that Anthony Davis grumbles a little bit. They’re waiting to see either private or public consternation from Anthony Davis,”

“That’s the first domino to fall: once he starts griping a little bit about what’s going on there, and why they can’t put their type of team around him, that’s when you start to panic in New Orleans.”

“When I talk to people down in New Orleans – and look, they’re now fully entrenched there, I believe both the coaches and GM got extensions somewhat recently – they’re not talking about moving Anthony Davis, they’re not entertaining anything seriously about moving Anthony Davis. That could change, and probably will change once, and if, Davis starts grumbling publicly or privately about where they’re at.”

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Pelicans Sign Troy Williams

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The New Orleans Pelicans have signed free agent forward Troy Williams to a two-year deal with a team option for the second season, according to the Times-Picayune’s Will Guillory.

Williams spent last season playing for the Houston Rockets and the New York Knicks, but played his best in New York where he averaged 7.5 PPG and 3.5 RPG per contest.

 

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Pelicans To Re-Sign Ian Clark

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The New Orleans Pelicans have officially re-signed reserve Ian Clark to a one-year deal at the veteran minimum, according to Yahoo Sports’ Jordan Schultz.

Clark, 27, will earn $1,757,429 this season and is coming off a campaign that saw him post a career-best 7.4 points per contest over 74 games for New Orleans.

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