One of the biggest names in the National Basketball Association will reportedly not re-sign in one of it's smaller markets, as Anthony Davis has made it clear that he no longer sees a future in New Orleans. "Not for trade talks, but Gregg Popovich has said, quote, 'Don't cave to the Los Angeles Lakers'". Ironically, or not at all, that's also the team that LeBron James calls home.
As a team that has cap space and young players, the Lakers offer a very desirable trade partner for teams.
Pelicans star big man Anthony Davis could be on the move before next weeks trade deadline. "That's in the best interests of both Anthony's and the organization's future".
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"In other words, like (the Spurs) did for Kawhi Leonard". That's the question, and it appears the next move that his camp will utilize in an attempt to get him to the Lakers and LeBron.
The Lakers may need to get creative to force the Pelicans' hand, but they have reason to be. In its statement, the National Basketball Association said the move was "an intentional effort to undermine the contractual relationship between Davis and the Pelicans". After Kyrie Irving - whose contract is under the same extension - becomes a free agent July 1, Boston is able to officially acquire Davis in a trade.
Now it is being reported by ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski that the Pelicans have had an inkling for some time now that Davis would eventually ask to go somewhere else and decline to sign a 5-year $240 million super max contract.