Wojnarowski claimed that the Lakers' president Magic Johnson and Pelicans' General Manager Dell Damps had multiple conversations and that the Lakers included multiple draft picks and offered relief in the salary cap for Anthony Davis.
For his part, Davis has said he intends to play for the Pelicans as long as he remains on the roster, but that the team has "every right" to hold him out.
The Los Angeles Lakers are said to be pessimistic about New Orleans' willingness to deal AD.
Still, Davis' camp has been engaged in an aggressive campaign to push back on the possibility of the All-Star center's future in Boston, encouraging the Pelicans to do a deal with the Lakers or another preferred team prior to Boston's chance to become active in deal talks in the offseason.
The Pelicans declined that offer, as they were looking for even more in a deal.
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The NBA trade deadline is on Thursday. They reportedly want six-to-eight draft picks for Davis.
The Pelicans' demands have reportedly gotten way too high for the Lakers.
Last week, Davis requested a trade from New Orleans, but he said he plans to play once he is healthy.
As Woj tweeted Monday, the Pelicans want a player with an All-NBA ceiling in return for their own All-NBA mainstay.
Portland is expected to make Harkless available, according to sources, as well as the team's first-round pick. Does Davis think the Pelicans should accept L.A.'s proposal? With an impressive arsenal of assets, there is reason to believe that Brooklyn could make the New Orleans Pelicans the best offer, or at least an offer they can't say no to. Zion Williamson is the unanimous first pick and has been for months, and he has the makings of a franchise player who would bring tremendous energy wherever he goes.
Deveney writes that the Blazers have shown interest in New Orleans Pelicans forward Nikola Mirotic, Orlando Magic guard Evan Fournier, Atlanta Hawks guard Jeremy Lin, and Memphis Grizzlies forward JaMychal Green. There is a theory bouncing around now that this list actually isn't Davis' real list, but is instead a way for Davis and his agent, Rich Paul of Klutch Sports Group, to force a way to join LeBron James and the Lakers.