Kevin Durant To Lakers Shock Twist, Anthony Davis To Reject Deal

Kevin Durant, the Los Angeles Lakers and Anthony Davis are filling the headlines across our country, and the best is yet to come.

The regular season is at the halfway stage, and most experts are already thinking about the upcoming summer. Top players will become free agents, including Kevin Durant, Kawhi Leonard, Klay Thompson, and a few more. Many are focused on Anthony Davis and his future career plans. Will he accept the New Orleans Pelicans supermax contract extension? The Los Angeles Lakers have been part of almost every Kevin Durant rumor.

Kevin Durant will become free agent, and Davis will probably be traded.

However, Marc Stein of the New York Times said that Durant will probably stay with the Warriors for another season as the team is entering the new arena next year.

“Kevin Durant will spend one more season in Golden State after this one. I must confess that I’m not confidently shouting this proclamation into a megaphone. Only Durant truly knows what he wants — and there is no shortage of signals in circulation to suggest that the Knicks have a real chance of convincing him to walk away from the Warriors in July,” he wrote in his column.

“Lots, though, can happen over the next six months. So I’m stubbornly clinging to my membership in the camp that believes that the Silicon Valley-loving Durant will ultimately be swayed to spend one season in the Warriors’ sparkly new Chase Center in San Francisco before moving onto his next challenge in July 2020.”

Stein also wrote about Davis and his current team. “Anthony Davis will pass on the $240 million ‘supermax’ contract extension New Orleans offers in July.”

“And you know what that means. The Pelicans will have no choice at that point but to trade Davis to ensure the maximum return for The Brow before he can become a free agent in July 2020. I suspect that the Pelicans, deep down, know this is the likely scenario. But their preference surely remains trying to get through this season before dealing with their worst nightmare.”

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