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Anthony Davis Trade Rumors: Lakers' No. 4 Pick Discussed; Celtics Also in Talks
Davis' agent is doing his best to make sure that the Lakers get the player.
Lakers have more ammo. I'd be shocked if he ends up in Boston.
Unless you can lock him up long term before trading for him ( can they do that in the NBA?) it would be suicide to give up all those assets for a one year rental....
I'm guessing Lakers.
his agent already said that boston would have him for one year.......screw him
Pretty annoying how a majority of NBA star players are spoiled little b*tches.
No team in the NBA, barring an elite-for-elite trade situation, has more trade ammo than the Celtics.
I'd be disgusted if he ends up in Boston. They'd have to strip the team to get him and then he'll walk in a year. And for 'transformative' player, he sure hasn't transformed much. Much as I hate LeBron, he had dragged the corpse of the Cavs to 50 wins in 2 years.
Are we getting LeBron?
yeah but they are willing to make it available.
Lakers have LeBron as a teammate and the #4 overall pick they're willing to part with. I'm not so sure the Celtics are going to be willing to give up what they have for a player who, from the sounds of it, will be a one year rental. That's if his agent is to be believed.
Not only that, but what do the Lakers have? Lonzo Ball? Kuzma? Meh.
And that 4th pick? It’s a steep drop off from the top 3 this year.
It looks like their offer will be Ingram, Ball and the 4th pick
Yeah... and I'm not sure I see the Celtics offering more than that given the uncertainty about whether Davis would want to be in Boston long-term.
LeBron as a teammate in L.A. is certainly not a positive in the eyes of the Pelicans, so how would that be trade ammo?
Not a terrible haul when you know AD is gone after next year anyway.
Why is him being gone after one year wherever he lands an assumption?
The Lakers can offer
Ingram (with that blood clot question moving forward)
The Celtics can offer
About a half million picks
So Boston can offer the 2 best players, the best defender, and more picks. I'm not for the Celtics making the deal without having Irving committed, and without some hint that Davis might be willing to change his mind if the year goes well, but they do have the best possible trade package, if they're willing to go all in.
At least with regards to Boston, it's the agent's mouth.
Anthony Davis' agent, Rich Paul, discusses Celtics and Knicks, explains why Lakers are a great destination for his client
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