But which of these teams will provide long – term solutions for Davis, whose current contract expires in the summer of 2020?
It is probably at this point that the conversation around Davis changes as spring approaches. In fact, according to Shams Charania, at least one interested team is not on Davis's long-term radar.
Davis and his agent Rich Paul played too much excessively to negotiate a request for an exchange with the Pelicans while they were trying to get Davis to the Lakers before the deadline.
New Orleans remains firmly in control of Davis and all the offers that are intended for him, although it is possible that the player retains an additional influence by announcing that he will not sign any more outside his favorite destinations. According to Charania, they are the Lakers, Clippers, Knicks and Bucks.
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Could a team trade against Davis without the guarantee that he could leave in 2020? It seems possible and I will not exclude anything wild on the trading market next summer.