Those wants are on a sliding scale.
While several have wondered about the possibility that Griffin holds on to Davis until the trade deadline next February, that clearly doesn't look like a scenario Griffin wants to see.
The Los Angeles Lakers are looking to make a big splash this offseason and one of the options is via trade with the New Orleans Pelicans. Along with their pursuit of Davis, they'll be vying for the signature of Kyrie Irving, who could be on the move after two seasons with the team.
The Boston Celtics have long considered a run at Davis, but they must take into consideration the future of free agent Kyrie Irving before committing to a significant offer of assets to New Orleans.
Griffin has offered teams no firm timetable on needing a completed deal, but he has indicated that he prefers the acquisition of 2019 draft picks be completed days prior to the June 20 event in Brooklyn, league sources said. Per the report, the Pelicans want "a combination of assets" that combines an All-Star, potential All-Stars, and multiple first round picks.
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Add up both those factors and the Bulls' No. 7 pick for Lonzo Ball comes into play.
Griffin met with Davis in Los Angeles at the end of May, having what was a reportedly "respectful" and "productive" conversation about his future in New Orleans. A multiteam trade might be the most likely scenario.
The four teams from NY and Los Angeles are reportedly the main contenders to complete such a deal at this time.
Now, with the results of the National Basketball Association lottery in hand and more and more trickling out about the Pelicans' approach to the trade saga, there's a chance we're inching closer and closer to a move. But the Pelicans are seeking a king's ransom to part with the six-time All-Star.
Overall last season, Davis averaged 25.9 points, 12 rebounds, 3.9 assists, 1.6 steals and 2.4 blocks per game.
Information from The Associated Press was used in this report.