Pelicans Notes: Asik, Stephenson, Frazier

The first year of Omer Asik‘s five-year, $53 million deal with the Pelicans didn’t go so well, with Asik often clogging the floor because of his limited mobility. With the center having turned 30 over the summer, things aren’t expected to be improve much, if at all, Kevin Pelton of writes (Insider subscription). That’s because Asik is clearly in decline and doesn’t fit in Alvin Gentry‘s offense, according to Pelton.

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2 thoughts on “Pelicans Notes: Asik, Stephenson, Frazier

  1. smittybanton

    Sixers could and should take both Omer Asik’s and Tyreke Evans’ contracts off of New Orleans’ hands. NO gets major relief. Sixers get Bird Rights to a local kid who fits their needs–a scoring guard who compliments Ben Simmons as a secondary playmaker and ballhandler and to defend multiple positions. Sixers development staff would then focus on Evans’ three point shot, like they did with LMAM and Carl Landry.

    • robidebd

      If the Sixers r willing to Trade for the brick-handed Omer Asik, then their a Dumber organization than most people thought! The Pels r Never goin to b able to Trade Asik!!!


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