Pelicans' Tyreke Evans says he will make season debut Tuesday

Tuesday, 01 December 2015 12:58 Written by
After undergoing arthroscopic surgery on his right knee in October, Tyreke Evans has yet to play for the New Orleans Pelicans this season. The Pelicans have been decimated by injuries and with the still recovering Jrue Holiday on a strict minutes limit, the absence of Evans has been a big reason why New Orleans has started the season 4-13.
Consistent flaws plague New Orleans Saints in loss vs. Texans: Offensive film study
Tuesday, 01 December 2015 12:56 Written by
Twenty-seven points is probably good enough to win a game for an NFL team. It's probably not good enough to win two games. For the New Orleans Saints, it's even worse. They've only scored 27 points in the last 10 quarters dating back to the second half half team's Week 9 loss against Tennessee.
The fall and rebirth of Les Miles in 10 minutes | Talkin' Tigers
Tuesday, 01 December 2015 12:56 Written by
Stranger things have happened, although it's hard to find many that rival the week that was in LSU football. Convinced Les Miles was fired, the media talked and talked it to death, and one things for certain: Just about all 100,000-plus inside Tiger Stadium expected it to happen, including the coach himself, it seems.
NBA power rankings: Soon-to-be-healthy Pelicans starting to rise
Tuesday, 01 December 2015 12:26 Written by
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How Money and Boosters Made Coaching College Football Such a Miserable Job Featured
Tuesday, 01 December 2015 12:05 Written by
College football doesn't have a Mark Cuban or a Jerry Jones or a Jim Irsay, billionaires who own and control everything. This is an operation centered mostly around our higher education system, in many cases public institutions, owned and controlled by you, the taxpayer, and… Ha! Not even close. At some point, it might have been something like that.
Pelicans' Gentry expect Cole, Evans to make season debut vs. Grizzlies
Tuesday, 01 December 2015 11:41 Written by
At long last, the New Orleans Pelicans will have their full compliment of backcourt players available for Tuesday's clash with the Memphis Grizzlies. As NOLA.com's John Reid relays, the team is officially listing Tyreke Evans and Norris Cole as questionable, although head coach Alvin Gentry sounds rather confident about their health.
Tyreke Evans set to play for Pelicans on Tuesday
Tuesday, 01 December 2015 11:22 Written by
New Orleans Pelicans guard Tyreke Evans (knee) said he'll be ready to play against the Memphis Grizzlies on Tuesday. What It Means: According to Evans' Instagram, he will be ready to play tonight, despite not being at 100 percent. He should be owned and back on the daily radar, but will be limited at first, so expectations should be held in check until he's full-go.
Observations: LSU is digging itself an early hole with bad losses Featured
Tuesday, 01 December 2015 11:09 Written by
In order to make the NCAA Tournament in March you need to have quality wins, but you also have to avoid bad losses. That's something LSU has been unable to do in November. The Tigers lost to a pair of solid teams last week in Brooklyn in Marquette and NC State, but there's no guarantee given the landscape of the both Big East and the ACC that those two teams will wind up playing in…
Disappointing season could produce Pro Bowl shutout for New Orleans Saints: Jeff Duncan
Tuesday, 01 December 2015 10:56 Written by
One of the by-products of a disappointing NFL season is the possibility of exclusion from postseason honors. In the midst of a 4-7 campaign, the New Orleans Saints face the real possibility of being shut out entirely from the Pro Bowl.
Les Miles bounces back, let's chat about it Tuesday at noon
Tuesday, 01 December 2015 10:16 Written by
The Comeback Coach is back for another run. Let's talk about what Les Miles winning another year in Tigertown means for LSU in the long term and short term in my weekly gabfest. Fans are still split, although the outpouring of emotion for Miles had some effect.

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