What if the Pelicans don't want DeMarcus Cousins?

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The New Orleans Pelicans completed a four-game sweep of the Portland Trail Blazers in the first round of the 2018 National Basketball Association playoffs on Saturday, April 21.

Players that have been with Gentry throughout his time with the Pelicans can tell you first-hand about the ups and downs through two disappointing seasons. We take a look at these two teams in this post series analysis.

The Pelicans, led by Davis' 33.0 points and 12.3 rebounds per game in the Portland series, have looked like a different team lately, cohesive defensively and surprisingly explosive offensively.

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According to a report from Zach Lowe of ESPN, the Pelicans are considering offering Cousins a shorter contract that would not be a max deal.

The offense was buoyed, naturally, by Klay Thompson (22.6 points per game, 51.6 percent on 3-pointers) and Kevin Durant (28.2 points per game). That means teams anticipating a Pels fire sale can cross off Anthony Davis from their wish lists. We know what Davis is capable of; one of the questions was if Jrue Holiday would show up.

This is a change from what Lowe reported was a "consensus around the league" the Pelicans would offer the Kentucky product a five-year max deal in the immediate aftermath of his injury in part because they didn't want to lose a superstar without much return. The Pelicans never shot below 47.7 percent in the series (that was in Game 1). Holiday's importance not only lies on the offensive end but also defensive as well.

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The Pelicans are 112-134 in three seasons under Gentry's guide.

Lillard turned in an MVP-type performance in the regular season.

On the flip side, the Warriors allowed just 19.8 assists per game to the Spurs in their opening-round series. Lillard, considered a potential top-five MVP-candidate, struggled over the four games, averaging 18.5 points on a dismal 35.2% shooting from the field and 30.0% from three-point range. The Trail Blazers only had three players on their roster that averaged double digits for the regular season.

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