On Wednesday, Mark Stein reported that Pelican's volumes to shut down Davis for the rest of the season if they do not trade it before the deadline, but they have not yet made a decision in one way or another, but that could prove to be a useful agreement for both parties.
Pelicans are eliminated the playoff conflict, and Davis has a long history of injury. Neither Pelicans nor Davis would like to risk hurting while playing in a meaningless game. Davis informs New Orleans over the weekend that he will not sign a contract extension with the organization and wants to be traded, according to
"Anthony wants to trade for a team that gives him a chance to win consecutively and compete for a championship, said Davis agent Rich Paul. "Anthony wanted to be honest and clear with his intentions, and this is the reason to let them know about this decision now, and that's in Anthony's interest as well as the future of the organization."
Pelicans admitted Davies's trade claim, but they said they would move at their own pace rather than on orders from those outside of our organization. "They may want to adhere to Davis after the trading deadline to see how the lottery project is made or to wait for a bid from Boston Celtics who can not acquire Davis until July 1 unless they trade with Kiriyah Irving .