Pelicans vs Cavaliers

We’re kind of late in the season for a pair of Western Conference matchups, but that’s what’s on the docket this weekend at The Q – beginning with Friday night’s visit from Anthony Davis and the Pelicans.

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With just seven games to go in the regular season, the Wine & Gold (45-30) are trying to hold off the Sixers (44-30) and Pacers (45-31) for the 3rd seed in the East. The Pelicans (43-32) are in an even more precarious spot out West – where the 4th seed or missing the Playoffs altogether are both distinct realities.

The Cavaliers are coming off a three-game road trip, finishing at 2-1 after righting the ship on Wednesday night in Charlotte – going off for a season-high 42-point second quarter and holding the Hornets off by double-digits the rest of the way.

After rattling off four straight wins, the Pelicans have dropped their last two to a pair of the Conference’s top dogs – falling to the Rockets on Saturday night and Blazers on Tuesday.

Things won’t get easier for them on Friday night – coming to an arena where the Cavaliers have beaten them three straight times, holding them under 40 percent shooting while winning by an average of 10.0 points per.

The Cleveland Cavaliers are about to get their head coach back. But he won’t be coaching them right away. Instead, Tyronn Lue will observe Friday night when the Cavs take on the New Orleans Pelicans.

Lue would last reside on the sidelines during Cleveland’s March 17 win over the Chicago Bulls. But since, assistant Larry Drew has been filling in. In his absence, the Cavaliers are 5-1. Their only loss during this stretch came against the Miami Heat.

Right now Cleveland sits third out east with a 44-30 record. And yet, they are just a half-game up on 76ers and Pacers. But with Philadelphia losing Joel Embiid for an indefinite amount of time, their hopes of locking up the three-seed increase.

In the meantime, all that matters is Lue’s health. But it’s good to see that he’ll already be back in some capacity.

The Cleveland Cavaliers are about to get their head coach back. But he won’t be coaching them right away. Instead, Tyronn Lue will observe Friday night when the Cavs take on the New Orleans Pelicans.

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