New Orleans Pelicans and general manager David Griffin are still trying to work things out with Anthony Davis, All-Star forward, who asked to trade from the franchise back in February. Staff executives hope that they will be able to keep it, especially when they won the first overall pick in the next month's draft.
According to Marc Berman of The New York Post, the Pallets have not yet open trade talks with other HR teams. They are still seeking the final decision of the man to decide whether to stay with the franchise.
Sweepstakes Davis seems to be waiting until Pelicans brass can decide whether his big star is big in or out. According to NBA source, GM Pelicans have not started David Griffin to collect new Davis offers because he is still serious about Davis' s intention to change.
There are a number of teams expected to follow Davis this summer. It is expected that Los Angeles Lakers and New York Knicks will be the most offensive people, and the Boston Celtics remains as a potential destination for the 26-year-old center.
The Pelicans believe that Davis might like to think about a stay, especially as he will have the opportunity to play with Zion Williamson's collegiate sensation, but according to reports he did not change his mind when he moved. away from New Orleans.
If AD continues to force the Palestinians to trade it, it is expected that it will be transferred during a night draft, but there are wars that could be kept by Davis to the next year's trade deadline so that that he can ensure that he gets the best trading offer for him.