16:45 LRN Sportscast January 29

The Pelicans face the Rockets tonight. It’s the team’s first game since it became public that Anthony Davis wants to be traded to a winning franchise. Guard Jrue Holiday says there are no hard feelings…
cut 16 (13) “…..for him”
A-D will not play again tonight, because of an injured finger. But once healthy, he’s expected to be back in a Pelicans uniform, unless he gets traded first.

ESPN is reporting the Pelicans are in no hurry to trade the All-Star. The NBA trade deadline is a week from Thursday. The Lakers will reportedly make a big push to acquire Davis.

The LSU basketball team leaves today for College Station. Tomorrow night the Tigers, who have won nine in a row, will face the Aggies, who are coming off a win over Kansas State. Tip off tomorrow is at 8 PM.

The LSU Board of Supervisors approves new ticket prices for football and baseball, the first price change since 2014 and 2015 respectively. The new pricing structure is designed to better reflect demand and market value. LSU ticket manager Brian Broussard says in Tiger Stadium, they’ve identified the seats where fans are willing to spend more
Cut 30 (11) “…are not increasing.”
Broussard says some seats in the upper deck will see a 16-percent decrease in the face value for the ticket. Tradition fund and season ticket holders will be notified of the details next month.

Baseball season ticket prices will increase from six to 24 percent for seats in the grandstand, starting with the 2020 season.

In NFL news…the Packers are reportedly planning on keeping tight end Jimmy Graham. The 32-year-old caught just two touchdown passes for the Packers last season.