Celtics told Pelicans ‘everyone can be available’ in potential Anthony Davis deal

The Boston Celtics are seemingly available to do whatever it takes to get Anthony Davis for them. According to Boston, they have already let New Orleans Pelicans know that everyone can be available in the potential deal for the 25-year-old Davis. The report cites unidentified sources. The deal is to take place this summer.

Celtics told Pelicans 'everyone can be available' in potential Anthony Davis deal
Celtics told Pelicans ‘everyone can be available’ in potential Anthony Davis deal

As per the reports, Davis has told Pelicans, in late January, he would not going to sign an extension as he wanted to move. Due to the ‘Rose Rule,’ the Celtics were not able to sign Davis. The rule restricts teams from signing multiple players via trade that have signed rookie extensions. Boston signed Kyrie Irving in August 2017.

Also: Pelicans Rumors.

In the pursuit of Davis by Celtics, Jayson Tatum has been at the center of the rumors. He told The Athletic that he is not affected by the talks. According to him, he is ready to play basketball anywhere and for anyone who wants him as this is his job. He added that he can’t control that, so he is not going to lose his sleep over it.

Check: Lakers Rumors.

Davis is averaging 29.3 points and 13.3 rebounds per game this season. Per the reports, the Lakers have already made multiple offers for the six-time All-Star before the NBA trade deadline, including one which featured two first-round picks and multiple players, but ultimately no deal was reached.

Read: Celtics Rumors.

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