Its back-to-back 40-plus games and back-to-back overtime games for Davis, who poured in 48 on Sunday the win in New York. And Davis really showed up in overtime with four points and a couple of key blocked shots. That came after the Pelicans had a sluggish start to the fourth quarter. They had to erase a five-point deficit in the final few minutes of regulation.
Kyrie Irving led Boston with 27 points. Now the challenge for the Pelicans. Repeat this performance against an Atlanta Hawks team that has the leagues worse record at 12-31. If they can avoid the upset, the Pelicans will have their first four-game win streak of the season and finish the road trip four-and-oh.