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As silly as it sounds, our brains are activated by witnessing action.
It doesn’t take a scientist to know that you are going to remember the worst food you ever ate similar to how you will remember the best. Both making you question the legitimacy of a divine presence for two opposite reasons.
But when you eat just another chicken schnitzel, it is not very memorable. Our brains simply don’t care.

Three trade scenarios for Pelicans' Lonzo Ball

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Ball is a questionable long-term fit in New Orleans and could be a part of a sign-and-trade this coming summer.

Could Pelicans sign-and-trade Lonzo Ball this summer?

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By Darryn Albert
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Last updated 4/16/21
Lonzo Ball manage to survive the trade deadline, but the coming offseason could be a different story.
ESPN’s Brian Windhorst and Andrew Lopez reported Friday that the New Orleans Pelicans discussed a potential Ball trade with several teams at the deadline. Some executives from those teams came away with the impression that the 23-year-old guard could be made available as part of a sign-and-trade this summer.
Ball will be a restricted free agent in the offseason. He is positioning himself for a solid deal with 14.5 points per game this season on 42.4 percent from the field and 38.4 percent from deep, all career-highs. But injuries are still a constant concern for Ball, who has missed almost the entire month of April with issues in both his hips.

Roundup: NASA Mars Helicopter Ready to Fly; Maren Morris Wins Two ACM Awards; European Super League Announced

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Roundup: NASA Mars Helicopter Ready to Fly; Maren Morris Wins Two ACM Awards; European Super League Announced
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Highlights from Sunday's wild Emilia Romagna Grand Prix:
Highlights from the Padres-Dodgers series finale from Sunday:
Bill Burr's classic (and true) helicopter bit:
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They paid tribute to it 17 years later with the video for "She's Out of Her Mind":

Knicks rally late, top Pelicans in OT

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Knicks rally late, top Pelicans in OT
(AP Photo/Derick Hingle) (Source: Derick Hingle)
By Associated Press | April 18, 2021 at 3:44 PM CDT - Updated April 19 at 5:19 AM
NEW YORK (AP) — Julius Randle had 33 points and 10 assists, Derrick Rose made huge plays all over the court to spark New York’s streak-saving finish and the Knicks beat the New Orleans Pelicans 122-112 in overtime on Sunday for their sixth consecutive victory.
A frustrated SVG breaks down a 3rd straight Pels' loss
Rose scored 23 points. He had the assist on Reggie Bullock’s 3-pointer with 2.3 seconds left in regulation, blocked a last shot by the Pelicans that would’ve won it and then opened overtime with a steal and layup to give New York the lead for good.

New York Knicks beat New Orleans Pelicans in thriller for sixth straight win

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Knicks beat Pelicans in thriller for 6th straight win
Julius Randle had 33 points and 10 assists, Derrick Rose made huge plays all over the court to spark New York's streak-saving finish and the Knicks beat the New Orleans Pelicans 122-112 in overtime on Sunday for their sixth consecutive victory.
The Canadian Press
New York Knicks celebrate
, The Canadian Press
NEW YORK — The Knicks' longest winning streak in seven years was seconds away from ending and the New Orleans Pelicans were told what to do to stop it.
They didn't follow instructions, and a few minutes later the Knicks were still rolling right along.

Knicks rally late, top Pelicans in OT for 6th win in row


Knicks rally late, top Pelicans in OT for 6th win in row
By BRIAN MAHONEYApril 18, 2021 GMT
They didn’t follow instructions, and a few minutes later the Knicks were still rolling right along.
Julius Randle had 33 points and 10 assists, Derrick Rose made huge plays all over the court to spark New York’s streak-saving finish and the Knicks beat the Pelicans 122-112 in overtime on Sunday for their sixth consecutive victory.
“I mean I haven’t had this feeling in a long time, let alone be on a winning streak,” Rose said. “So I’m grateful to be in this situation.”

Russell Westbrook's OT foul shots lift Washington Wizards past New Orleans Pelicans

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Westbrook's OT foul shots lift Wizards past Pelicans
Russell Westbrook scored 10 of Washington's 12 points in overtime, including a pair of free throws to break a tie with just one second left after he was fouled by Zion Williamson, and the Washington Wizards edged the New Orleans Pelicans 117-115 Friday night.
The Canadian Press
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WASHINGTON — Russell Westbrook took over the game in overtime for the Washington Wizards, scoring 10 of their 12 points in the extra period and providing a pass that Bradley Beal turned into the other basket.
If the Wizards are going to continue their turnaround from a terrible start and a COVID-19 outbreak to reach the play-in portion of the NBA post-season, it's going to take more such displays by their dynamic guard duo.

Westbrook's OT foul shots after Zion foul lift Wiz past Pels | Taiwan News

Westbrook's OT foul shots after Zion foul lift Wiz past Pels | 2021/04/17

Westbrook lifts Wiz past Pels at line after Zion foul in OT

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Washington Wizards guard Russell Westbrook (4) shoots against New Orleans Pelicans forward Zion Williamson, right, late in the overtime of an NBA basketball game Friday, April 16, 2021, in Washington. Williamson was called for a foul on the play.
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New Orleans Pelicans forward Zion Williamson (1) dunks over Washington Wizards center Alex Len (27) during the first half of an NBA basketball game Friday, April 16, 2021, in Washington.
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New Orleans Pelicans forward Brandon Ingram (14) shoots against Washington Wizards center Daniel Gafford, center, and guard Bradley Beal (3) during overtime in an NBA basketball game Friday, April 16, 2021, in Washington.

Zion's late foul on Westbrook jumper proves difference in Pelicans' 117-115 OT loss to Wizards

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Zion’s late foul on Westbrook jumper proves difference in Pelicans’ 117-115 OT loss to Wizards
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In a game that the Pelicans needed to win in order to keep pace with the teams ahead of them in the Western Conference standings — and they had the finish line well within sight tonight, they faltered down the stretch to lose 117-115 to the Wizards in overtime.
With 5:57 remaining in regulation, New Orleans was ahead 103-94 after James Johnson converted a layup on one of Naji Marshall’s six dimes. The Pelicans went on to make a paltry field goal on 13 shot attempts for the rest of the game though, with Brandon Ingram and Zion Williamson missing eight of those nine attempts.

NBA Preview: Wizards host Pelicans on Friday

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Where: Capital One Arena in Washington, DC
How to watch: NBC Sports Washington
Injury Report
Pelicans: Lonzo Ball (Hip, Game-Time Decision); Nickeil Alexander-Walker (Ankle, Out); Josh Hart (Thumb, Out)
Pregame notes
Following Wednesday night’s win in Sacramento, the Wizards return home from its trip out west sitting one behind the play-in places (but effectively two because of tiebreakers with the Chicago Bulls and Toronto Raptors). Tomorrow, Washington faces the New Orleans Pelicans. Buoyed by the two-game win streak, it's time to recommence the trash talk, folks. That 6th, 7th, or 8th seed will be ours.
But when we were struggling, folks down in the bayou were fanning the flames of the #FreeBeal campaign. “Trade him to us,” Pelicans leaflets read. And some of us came close to biting the apple. But here we are, both sitting 11th in our respective conferences.

Time to Make Do Without LaVine and Other Bulls Notes

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Hello, darkness my old friend …
Zach LaVine Enters NBA’s Health and Safety Protocols, Will Miss Several Gameshttps://t.co/mkE9bpQjkL
I’m not sure how many times I’ve started posts this way, but I am sure it’s more than I’d like.
•   The Chicago Bulls stubbed their right toe with a loss to the Minnesota Timberwolves. They stubbed their left toe two games later with a loss to the Orlando Magic. Then, in an action that feels almost entirely impossible, they stubbed both their right and left toe simultaneously when news broke that Zach LaVine would officially enter Health and Safety Protocols. I’d be surprised if they can even walk.

At the Intersection of Misdirection, Deception, Truth, and Lies, and Other Bears Notes

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For the first time in 582 days, the Chicago Cubs are playing a regular-season game against an opponent who 
isn’t in the NL (or AL) Central. That’s pretty wild.
•   The Justin Fields stuff is all over the map:
"98 percent" of NFL teams think the 49ers will draft Mac Jones, Michael Lombardi reportshttps://t.co/ySYzAX8PZupic.twitter.com/JQxz1JBlZV
Justin Fields now favored to land with the #49ers at three, as I have been saying all along. But don't read too much into this. My latest, via @ForbesSports and @Forbeshttps://t.co/APENaofJve
•   I want to believe oddsmakers more than the NFL people Michael Lombardi has spoken with on this matter. Or do I?

Panzura postgame wrap: Knicks 116, Pelicans 106 | New Orleans Pelicans

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New York might be the league’s biggest surprise team in 2020-21, headlined by first-time All-Star Julius Randle and second-year lottery pick RJ Barrett, but on Wednesday, the Knicks’ veteran guards delivered in the fourth quarter. As a result, New Orleans saw its three-game winning streak come to an end.Derrick Rose and Alec Burks took turns hitting big buckets for the

Lonzo Ball is the New York Knicks' best offseason bet

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Lonzo Ball is set to be one of the headline free agents of the 2021 NBA offseason. Meanwhile, the New York Knicks are projected to have in excess of...

Top scorers meet in Washington-New Orleans matchup


Top scorers meet in Washington-New Orleans matchup
By The Associated PressApril 15, 2021 GMT
New Orleans Pelicans (25-30, 11th in the Western Conference) vs. Washington Wizards (21-33, 12th in the Eastern Conference)
Washington; Friday, 7 p.m. EDT
BOTTOM LINE: A pair of the league’s best scorers, Bradley Beal and Zion Williamson, meet when Washington and New Orleans face off. Beal is first in the NBA averaging 31.0 points per game and Williamson is eighth in the league averaging 26.8 points per game.
The Wizards have gone 10-16 in home games. Washington averages 44.5 rebounds per game and is 5-22 when outrebounded by opponents.
The Pelicans are 9-16 on the road. New Orleans is 2-5 in games decided by 3 points or fewer.

The reason Marvin Bagley III is so much like Lonzo Ball

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The reason Marvin Bagley III is so much like Lonzo Ball
April 15, 2021
Basketball families have slowly started to take over the NBA. In the past decade, there have been several clusters of players to enter the league with family ties. Some notable names like the Currys, Holidays and Plumlees are some of the league’s most talented families. More recently, Big Baller Brand patriarch LaVar Ball thrust himself and his family into the basketball spotlight. The ambitious father of Lonzo, LiAngelo and LaMelo Ball has carved a path for his sons through both basketball and entertainment. The Balls even scored their own reality show, Ball in the Family. With two of his three sons in the NBA, LaVar has helped lay the foundation for more basketball families to come through the ranks in the modern NBA.

NBA Rumors: Isaiah Thomas Fate Now Out Of His Hands; No Immediate Renewal Happening

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NBA Rumors: Isaiah Thomas Fate Now Out Of His Hands; No Immediate Renewal Happening
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Injuries to key Pelicans guards could pave a way for Thomas to return
Austin Rivers and Troy Daniels are also up for consideration by the Pelicans
Isaiah Thomas got a new lease on life although it was only a 10-day contract with the New Orleans Pelicans.
Unfortunately, there are no immediate plans of giving the spitfire guard a renewed lease although the door is not entirely closed for the 32-year-old guard.
The 10-day contract of Isaiah Thomas will not be renewed according to ESPN’s Andrew Lopez. The deal is set to expire on Tuesday, but there is a chance that the 5-foot-9 guard could be handed another contract if the Pelicans are unable to find another credible guard from the free-agent market.

NBA Rumors: Pelicans Need To Be Careful, May Lose Two Former Lakers Guards

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The New Orleans Pelicans need to be careful because they may lose both Lonzo Ball and Josh Hart at the end of the current NBA season.

Ingram, Williamson help Pelicans hold off Kings 117-110

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Pelicans own a three-game winning streak

Williamson leads New Orleans into matchup with New York

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Williamson leads New Orleans into matchup with New York
New Orleans; Wednesday, 8 p.m. EDT
BOTTOM LINE: Zion Williamson and the New Orleans Pelicans square off against the New York Knicks. Williamson is eighth in the league scoring 26.8 points per game.
The Pelicans are 16-13 in home games. New Orleans ranks second in the Western Conference with 53.8 points per game in the paint led by Williamson averaging 20.
The Knicks have gone 11-17 away from home. New York ranks fourth in the Eastern Conference shooting 37.5% from downtown. Alec Burks leads the Knicks shooting 40.3% from 3-point range.
The Pelicans and Knicks face off Wednesday for the first time this season.

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