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Pelicans player development profile: Dave Hanners


It’s not often that an NBA coach gets to see one of his players apply something he’d practiced to perfection in a critical moment of a game, but with time ticking down at Smoothie King Center on March 9, that’s exactly what New Orleans Pelicans assistant watched transpire. (NBA.com)

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