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Atlantic Notes: Celtics, Knicks, Sixers

With the Pelicans and Celtics set to square off tonight, Chris Forsberg of wonders what sort of trade package it might take to land Anthony Davis if New Orleans ever decided to blow things up and make the former No. 1 pick available. Noting that Boston is one of the few teams with the assets to make a realistic trade proposal, Forsberg suggests the team would have to offer Jaylen Brown, Avery Bradley, the Nets’ 2017 and 2018 first-round picks, and another first-rounder to the Pelicans for Davis, who would likely be tied to Omer Asik‘s contract.

Of course, there has been no indication that the Pelicans are considering moving Davis, who is locked up for several more seasons, so Forsberg’s piece is merely an exercise in speculation. But as he points out, the Celtics appear to be holding onto most of their trade assets in the hopes that a star becomes available, so the club is likely monitoring any and every situation where that’s possible.

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9 thoughts on “Atlantic Notes: Celtics, Knicks, Sixers

  1. I think Jaylen Brown, Marcus Smart, the rights to Guerschon Yabesele and/or Ante Zizic, both Brooklyn picks and a Celtics pick for Anthony Davis and Omer Asik would be enough.

    • PeeWeeHerron618

      Still not enough, Bradley would be involved

      • Another delusional Celtics fan. lmfao. Let’s just add more role players!

    • Celtics fans are famous for being delusional. Lets trade 87 role players for arguably the youngest best player in the NBA lmfao.

      • It got them Ray Allen and it got them Kevin Garnett.

  2. rycm131

    I thought the Knicks were a superstar team. Them, The Warriors and Cleveland???

  3. smittybanton

    If Anthony Davis were made available, the Sixers would offer everything they have not named Ben Simmons and Joel Embiid.

    To have a core of Simmons, Davis and Embiid, Philadelphia could give Dario Saric, Jahlil Okafor, Nerlens Noel, PHI17, PHI19, PHI20.

    They’d still have Robert Covington, LA17, SAC19, OKC20, and 2000+ second round picks, and cap space.

    Ben Simmons, Miles Bridges, Robert Covington, Anthony Davis, Joel Embiid.

  4. angrycardcollector

    Ha, Davis is probably the only untouchable in the league. He is like Mike Trout. You can offer the Pelicans, your whole roster and first round picks and be declined legitimately.

    • Wally-the-green-monster

      And look where it’s gotten them. LOL.

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