Pelicans' Anthony Davis plans to play against Celtics

Pelicans' Anthony Davis plans to play against Celtics

Pelicans' Anthony Davis plans to play against Celtics

The 25-year-old New Orleans Pelicans big man has ascended among the elite National Basketball Association players, putting up eye-popping nightly figures over the past five years while becoming a perennial All-Star.

The Boston Celtics are about to finish a road trip. Following Monday night's win, he made it abundantly clear that he does indeed consider Smart one of the leaders of the Celtics.

The 124 points was a season high for the Celtics. But they are each 10-10.

"I just don't know that we're that good". Up next, they'll battle the Cavaliers on Friday night.

Without Brown, who suffered a tailbone injury in Boston's 113-104 loss to Dallas on Saturday, Nov. 24, Boston is without one of their best forwards. "We're not playing with the same personality we played with previous year". Our defense is atrocious right now. We've just got a lot of work that we've got to do defensively. "If we lose, it's on me". It's uncertain whether he'll play against the Celtics. "We haven't done any of those things".

The Pelicans fell to 10-11 on the season.

The Wizards have won the last seven meetings and 13 of the last 14.

"I feel like the season is kind of like a rollercoaster", guard Jrue Holiday said. But as Mannix points out, "To get something, you have to give somthing".

As a result, New Orleans has lost four games in a row. 'The Celtics, at some point, if you want to get a Kawhi Leonard or in this auto Anthony Davis you can't just protect your five-man core. He said the film would only show mistakes the players were already aware of. "Our pace has been dropping nearly every game". It's getting real annoying. "You know, in my head, I don't pay attention to it, I keep going back to it but it's the truth, I look at what I have now and what I can do now and that's helping my team win". Times like this, guys and teams tend to point the finger at one another and go their own way ... but this is a tight-knit group and we care for each and every one in that locker room. While the Celtics built a 20-point lead and showed signs of regaining their status as an Eastern Conference contender, the Pelicans made numerous mistakes that led to last week's 0-3 road trip. "That's the team we know", Boston guard Marcus Smart said. That's a problem. We have to change that. "We started off the game and we never looked back".

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