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Davis became the first NBA player since Dwight Howard in 2008 to generate a 26-17-9 stat line in any game. His nine blocks were a team record and the most by any player on opening night in the last 30 years. Time to make knee-jerk predictions: If we see anything close to this on a nightly basis out Davis, he’ll surely be this year’s MVP.
Three NBA teams unveiled new uniforms this week. The Pelicans finally fixed their lettering for their third uniforms, while Mark Cuban revealed the winner of a uniform design contest. The Hawks are bringing back the Pac-Man logo and ditching the “Hawks” lettering for their home set.
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Welcome Otey the Swamp Possum, adorable new mascot for the Arkansas Travelers (a portion of your soul shrivels up and leaves your body).
Welcome to “Pretty Much Screwed,” our definitive guide to the upcoming NBA season. This team-by-team preview details why it’s probably not your favorite team’s year. Today: Let’s discuss the New Orleans Pelicans. Spoiler: they’re screwed.
The Charlotte Bobcats will be given permission by the NBA today to change their name to the Hornets, according to a report by the Charlotte Observer. This is big news, mostly because there’s literally no sports going on today. Chances are, the name isn’t going to rub off and the Bobcats will still suck.