Anthony Davis' Father Urges Him Not To Join Boston Celtics

Rex Christensen
February 7, 2019

But once Irving hits free agency, on July 1, Boston will be able to pursue re-signing him and pairing him with Davis.

So far, the Lakers have felt that conversations with New Orleans have been one-sided, and they are growing increasingly pessimistic about the Pelicans' willingness to make a deal with them, sources with knowledge of the discussions told ESPN's Ramona Shelburne.

Pelicans star big man Anthony Davis requested a trade more than week ago.

If his father has any clout in the decision-making process for Anthony Davis, the New Orleans Pelicans won't be trading him to the Boston Celtics. I guess we'll just have to see what, if anything, Davis, Rich Paul and Klutch Sports have left up their sleeve. Ainge is anxious to trade for Davis and pair him with [Kyrie] Irving, sources said.

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"Sources said the Pelicans have sought guarantees from the Celtics surrounding specific packages, but the Celtics have been reluctant to make absolute promises, simply because so much can transpire in five months, such as injuries", Himmelsbach reported.

"This is just my opinion, not Anthony's", Davis Sr. noted. According to ESPN's Brian Windhorst, the Pelicans "aren't interested" in what Los Angeles has to offer.

The Lakers will be favorites until the trade deadline, but if the move does not go through by February 7 then it is likely the Celtics, who will take the driver's seat as they will be able to make the best offer in the summer in terms of players and draft picks. Lakers president of basketball operations Magic Johnson told Pelicans general manager Dell Demps on Tuesday morning that L.A. had made its best offer and isn't willing to budge.

New Orleans is seeking "four first-round and second-round picks as part of a trade package", according to the report.

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