Pelicans Turn Back Knicks, 99-91 - FOX 8 WVUE New Orleans News, Weather, Sports, Social

Pelicans Turn Back Knicks, 99-91

Team logo Team logo
(WVUE) -

It took 34-games but the New Orleans Pelicans finally won a game when scoring less than 100-points. Their 99-91 win over Knicks snapped the teams three game losing streak.

Jrue Holiday led the Pels in scoring with 22-points while Toney Douglas paced the bench with sixteen. The Knicks Carmelo Anthony poured in a team high 22.

The win was the Pelicans 27th this season and they'll try and make it two in a row, Wednesday night, in San Antonio, against a Spurs team that's 35-0 at home.

Copyright 2016 WVUE. All rights reserved.

  • SportsMore>>

  • Coach O talks to media after preseason scrimmage

    Coach O talks to media after preseason scrimmage

    LSU head football coach Ed Orgeron will meet with the media, as LSU gets ready to begin the fall semester and the Tigers gear up for a hopefully success season.

    more>>

    LSU head football coach Ed Orgeron will meet with the media, as LSU gets ready to begin the fall semester and the Tigers gear up for a hopefully success season.

    more>>
  • Saints and Chargers joint practice day 2

    Saints and Chargers joint practice day 2

    Sean Fazende reports.more>>
  • Payton calls Saints performance against the Chargers on Friday 'crisp'

    Payton calls Saints performance against the Chargers on Friday 'crisp'

    Michael Thomas shined in Friday's workout with the Chargers. Nola.comMichael Thomas shined in Friday's workout with the Chargers. Nola.com
    Today's work was much lighter between the Saints and Chargers was much lighter. They wore no pads only shells and helmets, and they only practiced two hours instead of two and a half like Thursday. While they certainly weren't perfect, overall the Saints had much better execution today than Thursday.  "I thought overall it was a little bit crisper today than yesterday. I just thought from an assignment standpoint we had a few too many yesterday on tape watching team p...more>>
    Today's work was much lighter between the Saints and Chargers was much lighter. They wore no pads only shells and helmets, and they only practiced two hours instead of two and a half like Thursday. While they certainly weren't perfect, overall the Saints had much better execution today than Thursday.  "I thought overall it was a little bit crisper today than yesterday. I just thought from an assignment standpoint we had a few too many yesterday on tape watching team p...more>>
Powered by Frankly