The Anthony Davis era in New Orleans finished with a whimper.
Confusion over a question about his wardrobe ended his near 10-minute season-ending exit interview on Wednesday morning (April 10) with Davis slowly walking away from a group of reporters.
Davis, the Pelicans’ superstar forward, is likely to be traded this offseason which would end a months-long saga since he first requested to cheap nhl jerseys
be dealt back on Jan. 28.
Davis had been on and off the court for New Orleans since then, dealing with injuries and rest and the Pelicans tried to protect their trade asset.
“It got pretty wild,” Davis said. “It’s over with now. Just see what the future holds.”
The future is uncertain. While Davis is very likely to have played his last game as a Pelican, he is still under contract for the next two seasons – with a player option on the 2020-21 season.
Davis acknowledged the fact that he could be playing in New Orleans when next season gets underway.
“I know that it’s a possibility,” Davis said. “So I can’t be mad if I’m here next year.”