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NEW ORLEANS — Jrue Holiday dunked as he was fouled by Grizzlies rookie Dillon Brooks, and that was the first sign the less heralded member of the Pelicans’ “Big Three” was about to take over.

Holiday made Memphis pay for trying to lock down All-Star big men Anthony Davis and DeMarcus Cousins, following his dunk with a pair of layups on penetrating dribble drives, then adding floaters from five and 12 feet.

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“Anthony told me to be aggressive. He told me to get to 20 points this game and we would win,” Holiday said. “I just listened to the captain.”

Holiday scored 13 of his 27 points in the fourth quarter, Cousins had 24 points and 10 rebounds, and New Orleans beat Memphis 111-104 on Saturday night.

Holiday said the attention Memphis paid to Cousins and Davis often left him with only one defender to beat.

“In situations like that, you just have to make a play,” Holiday said.

Davis had 21 points and 12 rebounds but did not score his first points of the second half until he dunked with 1:15 to go in the game, giving the Pelicans a 108-102 lead.

“We’ve got other guys who are able to score,” Davis asserted, noting that Memphis was “sending two guys at me, (or) three guys and I was just trying to facilitate other guys.”

Darius Miller added 12 points in a reserve role for New Orleans, which never trailed but nearly blew a 21-point lead.

Trailing 59-44 at halftime, Memphis scored the first 13 points of the third quarter, part of a 16-2 run that trimmed New Orleans’ lead to a single point with most of the third quarter remaining.

The Pelicans briefly rebuilt their lead to 12, but it was back to a single possession by the end of the quarter after Wayne Selden — who scored a career-high 31 points against the team he played for earlier this season — hit a 3 to make it 83-81.

New Orleans didn’t lead by double digits again, and Cousins had to briefly leave the game after committing his fifth foul with nearly seven minutes to go. But Cousins came through with a late block on Tyreke Evans that led to Davis’ dunk on the other end.

“They made some tough 3s to cut the game and even get it to one point, but I do like the fact that we maintained our poise and were able to finish,” Pelicans coach Alvin Gentry said. “Obviously, Wayne Selden played his best game as a pro. He shot the heck out of the basketball. He was one of the main reasons they were able to stay in the game.”

Marc Gasol scored 16 points for Memphis, which lost for only the second time in six games. Evans scored 12 points against his former team and former LSU player Jarell Martin had 11. But the Grizzlies were short-handed. Guards Mario Chalmers (right shoulder) and Andrew Harrison (left shoulder), who were listed as questionable following Friday night’s victory over Sacramento, did not play against the Pelicans. It got worse when starting forward JaMychal Green left with a right ankle injury with 9:05 left in the third quarter.

“I can’t say enough positive things about what our guys did tonight. They competed against all odds, all circumstances,” Memphis coach J.B. Bickerstaff said. “We just decided it wasn’t going to be an easy night for the other side when it very well could have been after getting down in the first half. Again, nothing but a lot of respect and a lot of credit to our guys for their makeup and fortitude.”

TIP-INS

Grizzlies: Green had 16 rebounds and eight points before leaving the game. … Brooks had 10 points before fouling out in the final minute. Ben McLemore also scored 10. … Went 15 of 16 on free throws. … Fell to 5-16 on the road.
Pelicans: The game marked the eighth time this season Cousins, Davis and Holiday each had at least 20 points in the same game. … Finished 26 of 32 on free throws. … Went just 7 of 27 from 3-point range. … Improved to 12-9 at home.

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Davis attempted only two shots the entire second half, but Holiday defended his teammate’s decision-making, given Memphis’ efforts to try to deny Davis the ball.

“That’s the unselfishness that our team really feeds off of and that’s what makes him a leader,” Holiday said. “He can force as many shots as he wants to, but getting us good shots” is his priority.

UP NEXT

Grizzlies: Hosts Philadelphia on Monday night.

Pelicans: Host Chicago on Monday night.

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Kris Dunn was projected to be the Chicago Bulls’ starting point guard, but he’s missed the start of the 2017-18 regular season because of a left index finger dislocation. Whenever Dunn is cleared to play, Bulls coach Fred Hoiberg is planning to bring him off the bench, according to the Chicago Tribune. Rumor CentralWhen asked about his situation, Dunn agreed with Hoiberg that coming off the bench is good for him right now as he gets into game shape. “I’m not trying to come back and just go for the starting spot,” Dunn said. “I want to come back, try to get my rhythm that I had going in the preseason, try to get confidence.” Until Dunn is up to speed and ready to join the first unit, Hoinberg will continue to start Jerian Grant at point guard. “Every game I have to fight for my position,” Grant said. “I have to be able to lead this team because this year the point guard has a lot of responsibility.” In three games, Grant is averaging 10.7 points and 7.3 assists.

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Free-agent guard Shabazz Muhammad has agreed in principle to a deal to return to the Minnesota Timberwolves, league sources told ESPN.

Muhammad, 24, has played his four NBA seasons with the Timberwolves, and keeping him promises to be a major boost for the Wolves bench.

Muhammad will sign for the veteran’s minimum of $1.6 million, a league source said. The deal could include a player option for a second year, but that was still an ongoing conversation on Tuesday, league sources said.
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Muhammad turned down better paying offers that included the bi-annual and room exception to return to a potentially playoff-bound Minnesota team and return to free agency in 2018 with the option of Minnesota re-signing him to a longer team deal, sources said. The Timberwolves could be more limited next summer in the players they can acquire in free agency, and owning Muhammad’s Bird Rights could make him the team’s most viable long-term option.

Minnesota renounced Muhammad’s cap hold, making him an unrestricted free agent in July. It was move that allowed the Timberwolves to clear salary cap space to sign free agents Jeff Teague and Taj Gibson.

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Muhammad’s free agency was a circuitous one. He left the Landmark Sports agency at the start, took on the process elsewhere without success and returned recently to Landmark to do the veteran’s minimum deal with Minnesota that can be a prelude to next summer.

Muhammad averaged 9.9 points in 19.4 minutes as one of Minnesota’s key reserves last season. He was the 14th overall pick in the 2013 NBA draft.

Muhammad returns to a team that has transformed its roster, including the acquisitions of All-Star guard Jimmy Butler and veteran free agents Teague and Gibson. Muhammad will anchor a deeper bench that includes the addition of veteran guard Jamal Crawford.

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The Brooklyn Nets have had a good offseason upgrading the roster, and swingman Caris LeVert has faith that the team can compete for a place in the 2018 Eastern Conference playoffs.

Rumor Central”I feel like it’s really realistic,” LeVert told the New York Post. “Last year, we were like top seven in the East when we had all our players healthy. Just building off that momentum with the pieces we’ve added — obviously we lost a great player in Brook Lopez — but I feel with the pieces we’ve added we’ll be in that conversation.”

LeVert is hoping to have a big season after spending the summer working on his game. LeVert has dealt with foot issues during the previous three years, which forced him to rehab in the offseasons instead of concentrating on skill work.

“It was pretty discouraging,” LeVert said.

The ESPN Summer Forecast projects the Nets to finish tied with the 14th best record in the Eastern Conference for the 2017-18 NBA season.