METAIRIE, La. (AP) Anthony Davis doesn't see the point to thinking about what might happen to the only NBA coach he's had if the New Orleans Pelicans fail to make the playoffs again this season.
"We know we have a lot of work to do as a team this season and it starts tomorrow," Davis said Monday, referring to Tuesday's first practice of training camp. "We're going to be working to make sure that guys are staying in the gym and take it a game at a time."
Coach Monty Williams and general manager Dell Demps arrived in New Orleans in the summer of 2010. The club hasn't been to the playoffs since 2011, when Chris Paul was still the starting point guard for a team then called the Hornets and temporarily owned by the NBA.