The Los Angeles Lakers made a deal on Tuesday night, but that was not what many of their fans hoped for.
During all Anthony Davis speakers, the Lakers guard Sviatoslav Mykhailiuk and a second round draft selected for Detroit stamps for guardian Reggie Bullock.
Who wins this deal? Kevin Pelton is considering trading.
Tuesday's 42-point loss to Pacers was the worst defeat in a game LeBron James has played during his 16-year NBA career.
The Lakers leadership feels as if they are beginning to bid insist that they will not add anything more to an existing offer to the pelicans to star Anthony Davis, sources of ESPN said.
The agreement gives LeBron James & Co. a much-needed 3-step threat
Bullock, 27, is in his fourth season with the stamps, averaging 12 points and shooting 38 percent at 6.6 3-point trials. Game.
According to the second spectrum, Bullock shoots 39.8 percent on catch and shoot 3-pointers this season. First of all, it would be among the Lakers players with at least 50 catch-and-shoot 3 & # 39; s.
Detroit will create a $ 2.5 million trade exception with the deal. Bullock is in his last year of contract and the Lakers will inherit their bird rights this summer.
Mykhailiuk, 21, was drafted by the Lakers with the 47th pick last year and he is in the first year of a three-year, $ 4.6 million contract. The cobs have until July 5 to guarantee their $ 1.4 million contract for the 2019-20 season. The former Kansas star is on average 3 points in 10.7 minutes per day. Play this season.
The NBA's trading deadline is Thursday at. ONE.
The Lakers have been negotiating with New Orleans Pelicans about Davis, the All-Star Center. ESPN's adrian Wojnarowski reported on Tuesday that the Lakers basketball operations president Magic Johnson will have the pelicans begin to contradict offerings on Davis and threaten to end talks unless New Orleans shows a willingness to engage in a forward and backward to reach an agreement. 19659002] The athletic first reported that the Lakers and stamps were having an agreement on the Bullock agreement.
Additional reporting from ESPN's Bobby Marks was used in this report.