Tatum wouldn’t mind being sent to Pelicans

New Orleans Pelicans forward Anthony Davis

New Orleans Pelicans forward Anthony Davis

Anthony Davis is not a member of the Boston Celtics, but he could become one this offseason.

It would also allow him to build off the strides he (and several other) young C's players believe they took last season on their 19-game playoff run without Irving and Hayward available. Why the Celtics, well because they have the most to offer in any hypothetical deal for Tatum.

The Pelicans seem to be particularly interested in Celtics second-year forward Jayson Tatum. Tatum has faced tough stretches this season, but has still remained one of the Celtics' top players.

Davis is still playing despite his trade request.

Davis clocked just six rebounds and no assists in the loss, which leaves New Orleans with a record of 25-33.

The league referred the Pelicans to rules put in place in 2017 that restrict teams from resting healthy players.

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The Pelicans did have plenty of talks last week around the trade deadline with teams about moving Davis, but their asking price was high, and no team gave into what New Orleans at the end of the day wanted. "Most likely, an Anthony Davis deal, if it happens, it's going to happen between the lottery and the draft". "Now you've got Tatum, [Jaylen] Brown, [Terry] Rozier, they're thinking dude, we went to game seven of the Eastern Finals against LeBron without you, Kyrie, without you, [Gordon] Hayward".

It's a freakish rumor, and we won't believe until Tatum says it himself. "There's all sorts of chemistry problems". This summer, they could be gone.

A fallout that Tatum apparently would not mind.

"It's gossip, but the gossip is Jayson Tatum wouldn't mind if he's shipped to New Orleans and has a chance to be the face of the franchise somewhere", Windhorst said.

According to Stein, Davis's agent, Rich Paul, went to National Basketball Association officials on his clients' behalf to clear him to play, but it wasn't enough to get him moved by Thursday's trade deadline.

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