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11 responses to “New Orleans is officially listening to trade offers for Anthony Davis”

  1. JerryCat

    Yes. As reported 17,000 times within the last year

    1. J. Did

      Jack Pilgrim is reporting NEWS.

      It has been reported that AD was disgruntled and seeking an out.

      Jack Pilgrim reported that news fact – not repeated calls by AD to leave NOLA.

      The NOLA ORG has opened their ears and eyes and wallet.

  2. UKinMKY

    Jack, curious what your thoughts on who is in best position to make that trade are. My gut says New York with something like Kevin Knox, Mitchell Robinson, Frank Ntilikina and this year’s pick.

  3. DelrayCat

    I’m predicting the price will be too steep for any team to accept and his agent will recommend basically sitting out the entire year to become an unrestricted free agent next year.
    Then with that scenario beginning to play out, the Pelicans end up caving sometime after the season begins and take far less. Essentially, I see the Pelicans overplaying their hand and losing all their leverage… also allowing Davis to explicitly pick the team he wants to go to.

    1. DelrayCat

      It will be Lakers or Knicks. But remember Durant and Kawhi are both probably looking to move.. I see Davis teamed with one of those three.

  4. SanDiegoDave

    I have no idea why AD would want to join the circus of the Lakers. Upper management has run one of the best clubs in the association into the sewer and LeBron James cares about one thing: LeBron James. Plus, LA is a sh*t hole.

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    2. Cletis75

      It’s the biggest market along with New York. Only problem with New York is they haven’t been competitive for 20 years. As bad as The Lakers are being ran, the Knicks may be worse.

    3. UKinMKY

      Cletis, you’re right, but management will be hard pressed to screw up an AD-KD front court if they can get them. Plus, Dolan seems like he’s backed off from trying to stick his nose into every move they make.

  5. eyebleedblue

    Celtics and Knicks have the most to offer.