The Boston Celtics are serious about trading for Anthony Davis. No, really: It would not be the same as they tried to trade for DeMarcus Cousins … or Jimmy Butler … or Paul George – for the real time, they promised. No takebacks. In the latest episode of "The Lowe Post," ESPN's Zach Lowe said Boston's stand for Davis's trade has not changed despite Rich Davis's Rich Paul's Klutch Sports agent, saying he won & # 39; ; sign up again if they do:
"Everything I've heard, and it's really interesting, that Boston is not scared. Boston is not afraid of Rich Paul coming out again in Sports Illustrated and saying & # 39; they can trade for him, it will be only one year. & # 39; They're not afraid. And I can not see a way he can get Boston without trading (Jayson) Tatum. , if you need to include Tatum and Memphis, which is their only golden chip left over ̵1; and by the way, the last golden chip they have is the Kings pick, and it has not been all golden since Kings are getting good a you do not know. "
That's great for the Celtics They must be proud.
The only thing is: We have not heard what the Celtics plans to offer for Davis. When Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN was at SportsCenter on Wednesday, saying he did not know if Boston was planning to offer Tatum in a package for Davis. Meanwhile, he reported that the Lakers were building a package centered around the Lonzo Ball, Brandon Ingram and No. 4 picks.
Like this, we do not know how the Lakers package is stacked against Boston because they are not. Of course, Tatum's best wishes can be theoretically to return the Pelicans in a trade, but there is no guarantee that the Celtics are offering that, especially when all the signs point to Kyrie Irving to skip the city.
? Absolutely, but they can not compete if they are not in the game. If the Lakers are fortunate, things will stay that way, and we can read how quickly Celtics trade for Davis this summer.
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