Just as the saga between Anthony Davis and the Pelicans in New Orleans took more turns, on Thursday morning there were words that Christopher Poringus met New York Knicks to tell some of his feelings of frustration.
This was followed by a report that Porzingis reminded that his preferences were to be traded by Knicks before the deadline of February 7. Before the dust had settled, Nicks and Dallas Mavericks reached an agreement.
The deal requires Mavs to get Courtney Lee, Tim Hardaway Jr. and Porcings, Wesley Matthews, Dennis Smith Jr. and the title of DeAndre Jordan. to New York. The trade sent reverberations across the league, and in particular drew the attention of Kyle Kuzma, Josh Hart and Ivica Zuback.
The trio is mentioned in the rumors of marketing in the Los Angeles Lakers, which include Davis, and everyone reacted to the news of the Porzingis sending to the Mavericks.
Nix, sending Porzingis to Mavs, probably removes them from a possible trade for Davis before the next week's deadline. After Magic Johnson talks to Pelicans CEO Dell Demps, Lakers has passed a number of commercial scenarios.
One of them offers to send Lonzo Ball, Brandon Ingram, Kuzma and Zubac to the Pelicans in exchange for Davis.
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