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Report: Pelicans, Lakers talk to Davis on the phone



Report: Pelicans, Lakers talk to Davis on the phone

FILE – DENVER, CO – NOVEMBER 17: Anthony Davis # 23 in New Orleans Pelicans is watching during a match against Denver Nuggets on November 17, 2017 at the Pepsi Center in Denver, Colorado. (Photo: Bart Young / NBAE via Getty Images)

Lakers are considered to be the best prosecutor for the super giant Davis, but the Pelican takes time in any business – especially one that could include Lakers.

LA. already has a star in his list at LeBron James, which was also featured by the same agent as Davis – Rich Paul. Wojnarowski and Lowe point out that the pelicans are apparently pleased to wait for their next move with Davis – even when the trading deadline passes. Here's more from ESPN's story:

From now on, Pelicans sees no reason to hand over to Davis Lakers in agreement with the entire season left on his contract – regardless of the time schedule that mostly targets Los Angeles and Davis goals.

New Orleans officials are ready to play a long game in Davis's future, moving in an awkward, if not a combat process that could extend months after the trade deadline next Thursday.

If Davis wants to be Laker, the Pelican's mantra is simple: join LA as a free agent in 2020 and potentially break through 2019-20 – when James will be 35 years old – to keep the need open, the lid is open.

For now, Demps follows the San Antonio Spurs book with Kawhi Leonard one year ago: Accept calls and listen to concepts and offers.

Brad Turner from the Los Angeles Times reported that Lakers president, Magic Johnson and Demps, on Tuesday phoneed on how to resume Davis's trade talks. Johnson presented Demps with five different store scenarios on Wednesday, reports Turner, and are waiting to hear the return of Demps who are most interested in it.

One of these scenarios would be Lonzo Ball, Kyle Kuzma, Brandon Ingram, Ivica Zubac and Menu No. 1. t

Lakersi want to reach an agreement and have no intention of overcoming the Boston Celtics this summer. Lakers will then seek other free agents except Davis, reports Turner.

Every other non-Lakers team in the NBA is expected to (or already) inquire about landing Davis. Many Celtics are watching NBA insiders as a team that could fight with Lakers in trading for Davis. However, Wojnarowski and Lowe report that Camp Paula and Davis have warned other teams that trading for Davis may only be a short-term lease.

Davis can become a free agent in the summer of 2020 and, according to ESPN, the teams learn that his plan is to treat every trading destination as a one-year break – unless the Lakers team.


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