That offer reportedly included Lonzo Ball, Brandon Ingram, Kyle Kuzma, Josh Hart and Ivica Zubac, as well as Kentavious Caldwell-Pope.
Whether Davis will play another game for the Pelicans is a question that Gentry couldn't answer.
Although Davis would have been exactly the type of player the Heat have been looking for, one who could bring them back to contention, it looks as if they won't be able to acquire him anytime soon. As the league has seen before, in the waning hours, a surprise team can find their way into the mix and claim the spoils of a superstar trade for themselves.
The Nets' opportunity to put a deal on the table including an All-Star level talent gives them quite the edge over teams like the Lakers, but it doesn't stop there.
After the trade demand from Davis went public, reports surfaced that Boston "was not a preferred destination" - not once, but twice in a span of four days.
As Thursday's 3 p.m. ET trade deadline approaches, reports and rumors continue to trickle out. The Pelicans could wait until the draft lottery in May, when they'll have a better idea of when and how Boston's protected picks in deals with Philadelphia, Memphis and the Clippers could be conveyed in a deal.
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Had the Lakers agreed to increase their offer, they would have essentially been trading two rosters for Davis; the one they have now and a future roster, given all of the draft picks that were asked for.
"I don't make those decisions", Gentry said. Does Davis think the Pelicans should accept L.A.'s proposal?
I'm not in the business of calling out sources; these things are often more complicated than they appear on the surface.
In the midst of speculations over Lakers' move for Davis, LeBron James also made a statement.
Davis, who requested a trade a week ago through Paul, can't become a free agent until July 2020. Davis will garner a super-max contract upward of $240 million whenever he lands.