New Orleans Pelicans Houston TX Tickets
Known as the New Orleans Hornets till 2012, the New Orleans Pelicans are all re-branded and re-colored and they have their sights set on greatness in the NBA. Tom Benson, the new owner of the Pelicans, has come to the team with a plan and that is to win and dominate. Nothing is more dangerous than a team with something to prove and the Pelicans have a lot to prove when they go face to face with the Houston Rockets at the Toyota Center soon. If you want to be a part of the riveting action, make sure you have your New Orleans Pelicans Houston TX tickets in hand for the game.
The New Orleans Pelicans is a team with a massive history but almost nothing to show for it. Since the team’s inception in 2002 as the New Orleans Hornets, it has played in the Western Conference of the Southwest Division of the NBA. Through all these years, the team has only managed to win one division title but considering that as its only achievement is not fair. The Pelicans have won a playoff series and have reached the postseason five times in their 11 years of existence. Their overall regular season record of 453–515 is actually very impressive. That goes to show that the team was always on the brink of greatness.
In 2012, new team owner Tom Benson took over and decided some changes were needed. The first change he made was the team’s name and the newly branded Pelicans also got a good influx of coaching staff as well as an updated home arena in the Smoothie King Center. This 18,500 capacity arena was fully updated for the new team and the new season with a brand new color scheme and lighting arrangement that is more in line with the new golden and blue team colors. As with everything else, the team’s kit has also been updated and the new team colors include navy blue, golden, red and white.
Led by 2014 NBA all-star Anthony Davis, the team is now fully refurbished and this season looks like they could show some fireworks. This is why you need to make sure you have your New Orleans Pelicans Houston TX tickets ready when the team comes down to the Toyota Center to face local favorites Houston Rockets.