The most notable Lakers' offer, which was leaked by a writer of the LA Times, had the Lakers sending young stars Lonzo Ball, Kyle Kuzma and Brandon Ingram, veterans Rajon Rondo, Lance Stephenson and Michael Beasley and two future first-round picks to New Orleans.
This post will be updated with the latest Anthony Davis rumors.
The Lakers are fighting both the clock on Thursday's trade deadline and the Pelicans' ability to hold onto Davis into the offseason, when there could be several new scenarios available to them. An NBA spokesperson told Stein earlier in February that the NBA had not threatened the Pelicans with fines, but "league rules governing competitive integrity" required the Pelicans to play him.
Now, according to The Times, Ferry will seek to get National Basketball Association officials to "rethink their stance" about forcing the Pelicans to play Davis. Where the Celtics stand does not change despite what Anthony Davis said over the weekend in regards to the long-term play.
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Davis made it clear Sunday night after his quiet cameo that he still wants to play out the season.
Essentially, Boston would either have had to give up Irving in the trade, or wait until the summer when he's a free agent, trade for Davis and then re-sign Irving.
Immediately, speculation was that the Lakers were front runners to land Davis. New Orleans is determined that any deal for Davis will include a young player returning to them who has the potential to become an All-NBA performer - a first-, second- or third-team player, sources said.
As the speculation of Davis' trade destination trails into the summer, two teams will be at the forefront, the Boston Celtics and the Los Angeles Lakers.