“OH THIAGO SILVAAAA !!!!!”: New Orleans Pelicans goalie Josh Hart can’t control his excitement as Chelsea defender Thiago Silva signs contract renewal

Pelicans star Josh Hart showed his love for Thiago Silva on Twitter as the defender officially signs a new contract with Chelsea.

The New Orleans Pelicans are on tough ground this season, placing 14th in the Western Conference. They have underperformed massively in the absence of Zion Williamson, averaging just 105.3 points per game.

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Josh Hart, now in his third season with the Pelicans, is on his way to his best individual season in the NBA. Average of 12.7 points, 7.2 rebounds and 4.5 assists, the 26-year-old is doing well personally, but probably not enough for the Louisiana team.

Josh Hart throws famous song for Thiago Silva on Twitter as defender officially extends contract

Josh Hart’s love for Chelsea is well documented. He has visited Stamford Bridge on several occasions, swapping shirts with Christian Pulisic, Kepa Arrizabalaga and Antonio Rudiger on one occasion. The former Los Angeles Lakers man also showed up in the Pulisic jersey during their game against the Rockets in 2019.

The Pelicans ace made no secret of his approval on Twitter as Chelsea announced the renewal of Thiago Silva’s contract. He quoted their official press release with the famous chant that goes around the bridge every matchweek.

Silva has been one of the Premier League’s best defenders this season. Coach Thomas Tuchel built his defensive framework around the 37-year-old, and it has always paid off. He was one of their best players before the Champions League win last season. In addition, he has kept six clean goals in 17 games this campaign despite some recent problems.

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As for Josh Hart, the Pelicans are set to host Utah Jazz at home tonight. A victory would help them move up to 12th place in the standings, but it won’t be easy against a team that is third in the West.

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