Pelicans Making Their Playoff Push As Calendar Flips to April

The New Orleans Pelicans are desperate to use whatever is left in the tank for their final playoff push. Going into the final month of the season, the Pelicans trail the Oklahoma City Thunder by two and a half games for the eighth and final playoff spot.

The thing is, the Pelicans plight doesn’t become any easier over the last several weeks of the season. After games against the Lakers, Kings and Trail Blazers over the first week of April, New Orleans host the Western Conference champion Golden State Warriors on April 7, where New Orleans Pelicans tickets will be as high as they will be all month, averaging $140.46 per ticket and a get-in price of $12.

All the Pelicans’ playoff hopes and prayers rest on the shoulders Anthony Davis, averaging 26 points, 11 rebounds, four assists and four blocks over his last 10 games heading into the final month of the season. Tyreke Evans has also been crucial for New Orleans, chipping in with 18 points, seven assists and five rebounds over that same span.

Meanwhile, the 60-plus win Warriors entered April at 40-0 this season when holding the opposition under 100 points. As one of the league’s leading MVP candidates, Stephen Curry seems to contribute that all by his lonesome to the Warriors’ attack. It is no wonder there is so much demand for Warriors tickets this season.

Coming into April, the sharpshooting guard averaged 24 points, nine assists and three rebounds over his last 10 games. All-Star running mate Klay Thompson (23 points, three rebounds, three assists), Draymond Green (12 points, eight rebounds, four assists), Marreese Speights (11 points, four rebounds) and Harrison Barnes (10 points, six rebounds) also consistently contribute.

Six days after hosting the Warriors, the Pelicans travel to Minnesota for their final road game of the regular season where average ticket prices for the Timberwolves game will be at a monthly low price of just $65.28, with a get-in of $8.

But that hardly symbolizes the significance the game might hold for New Orleans, which figures to still be battling for that coveted Western Conference final playoff spot. New Orleans has already beaten the Timberwolves by an average of 30 points over their first two games this season. Pelicans Making Their Playoff Push As Calendar Flips to April

The New Orleans Pelicans are desperate to use whatever is left in the tank for their final playoff push. Going into the final month of the season, the Pelicans trail the Oklahoma City Thunder by two and a half games for the eighth and final playoff spot.

The thing is, the Pelicans plight doesn’t become any easier over the last several weeks of the season. After games against the Lakers, Kings and Trail Blazers over the first week of April, New Orleans host the Western Conference champion Golden State Warriors on April 7, where New Orleans Pelicans tickets will be as high as they will be all month, averaging $140.46 per ticket and a get-in price of $12.

All the Pelicans’ playoff hopes and prayers rest on the shoulders Anthony Davis, averaging 26 points, 11 rebounds, four assists and four blocks over his last 10 games heading into the final month of the season. Tyreke Evans has also been crucial for New Orleans, chipping in with 18 points, seven assists and five rebounds over that same span.

Meanwhile, the 60-plus win Warriors entered April at 40-0 this season when holding the opposition under 100 points. As one of the league’s leading MVP candidates, Stephen Curry seems to contribute that all by his lonesome to the Warriors’ attack. It is no wonder there is so much demand for Warriors tickets this season.

Coming into April, the sharpshooting guard averaged 24 points, nine assists and three rebounds over his last 10 games. All-Star running mate Klay Thompson (23 points, three rebounds, three assists), Draymond Green (12 points, eight rebounds, four assists), Marreese Speights (11 points, four rebounds) and Harrison Barnes (10 points, six rebounds) also consistently contribute.

Six days after hosting the Warriors, the Pelicans travel to Minnesota for their final road game of the regular season where average ticket prices for the Timberwolves game will be at a monthly low price of just $65.28, with a get-in of $8.

But that hardly symbolizes the significance the game might hold for New Orleans, which figures to still be battling for that coveted Western Conference final playoff spot. New Orleans has already beaten the Timberwolves by an average of 30 points over their first two games this season.