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Pelicans' Eric Gordon: Appears to be progressing well from finger injury
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Eric Gordon indicated Wednesday that he's progressing well from Jan. 20 surgery to repair a fractured right ring finger.

Gordon was initially given a four-to-six week recovery timetable after undergoing the procedure, so it appears as though he'll be back at some point in late February or early March. Once healthy, Gordon should have little trouble displacing Bryce Dejean-Jones as the starting shooting guard, and could be in line for a regular 30-plus minute role with Tyreke Evans (knee) apparently set to undergo season-ending surgery. Due to the prominent spot in the New Orleans Pelicans ' offense he'll probably maintain upon returning, Gordon could be worth stashing in leagues that have large benches or DL spots.

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Pelicans' Tyreke Evans: Status for remainder of season still uncertain
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Coach Alvin Gentry clarified Wednesday morning that it hasn't been determined yet if Tyreke Evans will require season-ending surgery on his right knee. "He's seeing some specialists and getting some second opinions," Gentry said. "We'll see where that leads. That's basically it right now."

A report filed earlier in the day by Yahoo! Sports' Shams Charania first suggested that Evans, who had only previously been ruled out through the All-Star break with right knee tendinitis, would undergo surgery, but it appears the New Orleans Pelicans are exploring all avenues before making a decision on the combo guard's availability for the remainder of the season. Once the Pelicans have gathered sufficient information from medical experts, an update on Evans' status should be provided, but the fact that a season-ending procedure even remains a possibility for the 26-year-old is quite worrisome. He can likely be dropped in most formats with a quick return -- or any return at all -- seemingly not on the horizon.

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Pelicans' Tyreke Evans: Expected to undergo season-ending knee surgery
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Tyreke Evans is expected to undergo surgery on his right knee in the near future, which would likely end his season, Shams Charania of Yahoo! Sports reports.

Evans hasn't played since Jan. 25 after experiencing recurring tendinitis in the knee, and the New Orleans Pelicans had planned to reevaluate his condition after the All-Star break. It appears he hasn't progressed in his recovery since being shut down, and with the Pelicans seemingly out of the running for the postseason, Evans has little incentive to play through the injury at less than 100 percent health. If Evans indeed goes under the knife again, it would mark his third procedure on the right knee since May, and it's fair to wonder if the 26-year-old will ever be able to stay on the court for a full season over the remainder of his career. The Pelicans were said to be shopping Evans with the hope of finding a suitor for his services, but the prospect of a season-ending surgery will end those discussions.

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Pelicans' Ryan Anderson: Second-half surge lifts Pelicans
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Ryan Anderson scored 26 points (9-17 FG, 5-6 FT, 3-4 3Pt) to to along with three rebounds, one steal and one block in 31 minutes off the bench in Monday's win over the Timberwolves.

Two days after a clunker against the Cavaliers, Anderson started off slowly once again, but he scored 24 points in the second half, including 13 straight for the New Orleans Pelicans in the 4th quarter to break the game wide open. Anderson's rebounding has waned and he has proven susceptible to poor shooting nights this season due to the volume of three-pointers he usually attempts, but he continues to launch them and is the NBA's leading bench scorer with 17.1 points per game as a result.

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Pelicans' Anthony Davis: No blocks in win over Minnesota
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Anthony Davis scored 27 points (12-20 FG, 2-6 FT, 1-2 3Pt) and added eight rebounds, two steals and one assist across 31 minutes in Monday's win over he Timberwolves.

The Brow was held under 10 boards for the first time in four games and uncharacteristically failed to block a single shot, but he did score at least 20 points for the sixth consecutive game since returning from a concussion, which is apparently behind him at this point. Davis is typically a heavy contributor in both points and rebounds, and Monday's performance can be considered an outlier in what is typically an elite all-around pattern of production.

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2015-16 Team Leaders
PPGAnthony Davis , PF23.5
RPGAnthony Davis , PF10.2
APGJrue Holiday , PG5.4
FG%Anthony Davis , PF49.9
FT%Eric Gordon , SG88.5
3P%Ryan Anderson , PF39.2
BLOCKSAnthony Davis , PF104
STEALSAnthony Davis , PF58
MPGAnthony Davis , PF35.6
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