The Pittsburgh Steelers have been a team that has been under the microscope during the 2018 season. After an ongoing contract battle with their former starting running back, Le'Veon Bell, the Steelers locker room began to crumble into pieces. For the first time in years, members of the media were able to walk out of the Heinz field locker room with quotes full of emotions and opinions that were voiced about the team’s current condition. Head Coach Mike Tomlin was put in a temporary hot seat multiples times throughout the season due to the way the team was conducting themselves before the first game even begun. After their week one tie with the Cleveland Browns was etched into the stat books, football enthusiast across the league immediately picked up on the problems brewing in the steel city.
After 24 minutes on the floor, the New Orleans Pelicans forward Anthony Davis was unable to get the job done. In addition to the off-the-court drama that has grabbed the attention of NBA enthusiasts, Tuesday night's performance added more fuel to the Anthony Davis discussion. Davis left the floor after submitting a 1-9 shooting performance while participating in a 30-point loss at the hands of the Orlando Magic. His troubles began in the first quarter and continued to progress throughout the span of the regular season game. E'Twaun Moore tried to carry his team, but unfortunately, his 19-point effort could not change the fact that there are big problems in New Orleans.