Rethinking NBA Offseason Moves We Judged Too Quickly

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Rethinking NBA Offseason Moves We Judged Too Quickly
Rethinking NBA Offseason Moves We Judged Too Quickly

Reaction to the New Orleans Pelicans' side of the Anthony Davis megadeal was mostly positive—or as positive as it could have been under the circumstances. The Brow clearly wanted out of the Big Easy, and all the links to the Los Angeles Lakers had limited the Pelicans' leverage. For New Orleans to still walk away with three prospects, three first-round picks and an option to swap firsts down the line was no small feat. ESPN's Kevin Pelton gave the Pels an A-minus for their effort, but the grade could've been higher if he was a bigger believer in 2016's No. 2 pick, Brandon Ingram: A few weeks into the season, Ingram already looks like the most exciting Pelican not named Zion Williamson. The lanky

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