ESPN Suggests Trade Celtics Should Offer Pelicans For Anthony Davis

ESPN Suggests Trade Celtics Should Offer Pelicans For Anthony Davis

ESPN Suggests Trade Celtics Should Offer Pelicans For Anthony Davis

This would just be a hilarious night on NBA Twitter (which it very much was) if the Lakers were poised to make some sort of deal shipping off some or all of those young players who have seen their team shop them openly for about a week now. During Tuesday's game against the Indiana Pacers, Brandon Ingram was the target of a brutal "LeBron's going to trade you" chant while shooting free throws. "If you let that bother you, you're in the wrong sport".

While Paul is providing the Pelicans with clear options beyond the Lakers, questions still remain about those teams' ability to make compelling offers to the Pelicans.The New York Knicks were also on that extended list, but they were rejected in their offer of a package centered on Kristaps Porzingis prior to his trade to Dallas, league sources said.

Davis hasn't played since January 19 due to a hand injury, but was cleared for practice Monday.

James, still working his way back after a 17-game absence, said he felt "alright" if not 100 percent.


Los Angeles fell to IN on the road 136-94 and the 42-point loss was the largest margin of defeat IN James' career. Los Angeles also offered to give New Orleans the salary-cap relief it wanted by acquiring Solomon Hill, who has another year left on his contract after this season for $12.7 million. "It definitely hurts to lose teammates, especially at this point in the season, but it's the business and it doesn't mean that you're fired and you don't have a job, things of that nature, you still have a job, you're still able to play the game that you love".

The Toronto Raptors, chasing the Milwaukee Bucks for first place in the Eastern Conference, overcame the 76ers 119-107 in Philadelphia. The Pelicans are 20-21 when The Brow plays. But, they are still "anxious to trade" for him and pair him with Irving, ESPN's report says.

Conley scored 25 points and handed out nine assists for Memphis and Jaren Jackson added 23 in the Grizzlies' second straight win.

Turner, who went 3-for-3 from deep, Holiday, Sumner and Joseph each made three 3-pointers.

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