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The month of January hasn't been kind to the Pelicans. David Grubb welcomes NBA Writer Damian Adams as they discuss the Pels' latest losing streak, Zion and BI vs Zion or BI, and trade possibilities as New Orleans faces a critical juncture of the sea... more
Oleh, Grubb, Kevin and Jamile discuss what moves the Pelicans should make if any as they approach the NBA deadline more
Oleh and Grubb discuss the Pelicans statement bounce back win over the Sacramento Kings more
It’s the best Pelicans podcast. But episodes come once a month or less. That’s not nearly enough. Do it once a week and you’ll have something going.
Zion is by far a better player than Ingram. As far as whose team it is, Zion is the guy that if he reaches his potential will carry the team to the championship that’s not BI.
To make a very long story short, I would love to give the show a full five stars, but feel like I’m being generous with four (at this particular time.) Avid, voracious Pels fan from AZ. I consume all the Pels related media I can daily. I drive a lot for work, and use Pels podcasts as my happy place when on the road. Because I drive a lot (and, admittedly, don’t have the best hearing having been a performing musician for 20+ years) and I need decent quality production to hear what is being said -... more
Super podcast just wish there was more regular editions. This is the best podcast for pelicans fans.
I used to listen to this podcast all the time and was excited when an episode came out. Since then attitudes and people have changed and now all you get is self righteous guys complain about literally anything they can about the Pelicans organization. They say they want to grow the fan base, and I think they were at a point, but now it’s just a disappointment every episode and tough to get through the first 15-20 minutes every episode.
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The Bird Calls launched 7 years ago and published 413 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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