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Anthony Davis Gets Traded Into The Los Angeles Lakers

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Anthony Davis Gets Traded Into The Los Angeles Lakers

Anthony Davis Gets Traded Into The Los Angeles Lakers

ESPN reported that the New Orleans Pelicans agreed to trade Anothony Davis to the Los Angeles Lakers.

In exchange they are getting Lonzo Ball, Brandon Ingram, Josh hart and three first-round picks.

According to Business Insider, LeBron James benefits from this deal because he gets the sidekick he needed.

The losers of the deal are the Boston Celtics, who were hoping to win Davis in a deal.

While James and the Lakers had a bad season in 2018 and 2019, this change may give them the upeprhand.

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