By BRIAN WAGNERFOXBOROUGH, N.J. — The New Orleans Saints have been using French laundry baskets for laundry near the team’s locker room door since the end of the 2013-14 season.
They’ve been in use for about a month now.
They’re not the only NBA team to have used them.
The Dallas Mavericks used them for a game against the Oklahoma City Thunder last week, and the Miami Heat use them in their warm-up games.
The Pelicans have been the first NBA team using the French laundry buckets since at least the 2010-11 season.
The Saints have used it for just one game in that time, a loss to the Brooklyn Nets.
The Saints have also been using them to help prepare for games.
They have a laundry room in the locker room, and they have a dressing room for dressing and preparing for the team.
The Pelicans have used the French bathrooms for the past several seasons.
This season, they used the basket as a way to give players a break from the team shower and shower stall, according to a source with knowledge of the situation.
They use it for laundry and dressing in the dressing room, but not for laundry in the showers.
The basket is in the way and can be seen when it’s not in use.
It has to be cleared away with a brush.
It’s a good way to avoid getting in a mess with the basket.
The baskets are used to store towels and clothing, and it’s also a way for them to be emptied during a timeout.
The Hornets also use them for laundry, but the baskets are not attached to the team locker room.
The New York Knicks, Cleveland Cavaliers and Detroit Pistons all have a separate laundry room.