Pelicans News Around the Web (12-02-2019)

Postgame wrap: Thunder 107, Pelicans 104

Oklahoma City continued to be a major thorn in the sides of the Pelicans on Sunday, posting a third win in as many meetings with New Orleans this season, again holding the upper hand late in the fourth quarter. After outscoring the Pelicans late in games twice during the month of November, the Thunder began December by coming up with another clutch-time, head-to-head victory. On Sunday, New Orleans trailed by five points entering the fourth quarter, rallied into the lead briefly, but couldn’t hold on as Oklahoma City regained the upper hand.

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Pelicans limp into quarter mark of season with fifth straight loss

If there’s been one constant a quarter of the way into the Pelicans’ season, it’s been injuries. Bumps, bruises, wear and tear have been relentless. It started in the preseason, when Zion Williamson went down with a torn meniscus, and stretched all the way to Friday in Oklahoma City, when Kenrich Williams was ruled out with an ankle sprain.

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Why have the Pelicans struggled so much at the end of close games?

NEW ORLEANS — It was the same story, just a different night.

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Chris Paul leads Thunder past Pelicans, 107-104

NEW ORLEANS -- Chris Paul has seen just about everything in his 15-plus season.

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