"Lakers and Pelicans will speak for Anthony Davis 100%"

According to Dave McMenamin (ESPN), two franchises will sit down again this summer to talk about a possible exchange. Ingram really likes New Orleans.

In the absence of a month to open the transfer market, reappears on stage the great soap opera of the past transfer period: the Lakers will try again to go for Anthony Davis and the Pelicans will sit down to talk to the Los franchise Angels "I believe 100% that they will commit themselves again and they will maintain some kind of dialogue. I can not imagine any situation in which Anthony Davis will see the Pelicans shirt next season," said ESPN journalist Dave McMenamin.

David David Griffin, vice president of operations of the New Orleans franchise since April, confirmed that he would meet in the coming days with Anthony Davis to discuss the future of both parties. The Pelicans high office was seriously confident in convincing the power forward to stay and, according to Adrian Wojnarowski (ESPN), he has let him know in the meeting held in Los Angeles last Wednesday.

Davis maintains his posture: wants to leave New Orleans

The player and his representative Rich Paul sat down to talk to the vice president of the franchise, and he let them know that the Pelicans want to continue counting on the star in the future. The more than possible arrival of Zion Williamson, who would be chosen in the first position of the draft, and the possibility of offering him a supercontract to Davis, which would reach a figure close to 235 million dollars for five years, were the great tricks with the that Griffin played. Despite this, the pivot seems to maintain its initial position during the meeting: leave the Pelicans and seek a new destination. This was confirmed by Shams Charania (The Athletic) .

At the moment, the Pelicans have not kept any conversation with interested franchises by Anthony Davis. To the more than evident interest of Lakers joins the one of equipment like Boston Celtics or Brooklyn Nets, the last equipment that could be added to the puja. In spite of this, the Angelenos could leave with advantage for a possible exchange because they have a player of the liking of the dome of Louisiana.

Brandon Ingram like and much the Pelicans

Si finally confirms that Anthony Davis maintains his desire to leave New Orleans, the Pelicans would have no choice but to initiate conversations with the different interested teams. It would be too risky to keep the player and next year became a free agent, therefore would seek to take advantage in the next market and get interesting players through the exchange.

The Lakers have several young people with great potential but there is one in question that the New Orleans dome likes a lot. "Talk to several people within the Pelicans organization and they value Brandon Ingram remarkably." Beyond that, they could evaluate an exchange in which the escort appears, which was on the table before and ended up rejecting, "acknowledged Dave McMenamin. on the ESPN Los Angeles radio station. Griffin's only fear is Ingram's condition: he could not finish the season because of a blood clot that formed in his right arm due to a thrombosis. The player was operated two months ago but the uncertainty of this type of mishaps generates uncertainty in the face of a possible exchange.

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