Although Anthony Davis trade rumors are full of Lakers and Celtics news, there are more destinations that are far more interesting. It may be inevitable that AD ends up with LeBron James in LA or Kyrie Irving in Boston, but Kawhi Leonard and Paul George were also once destined to be Lakers. Each dark horse team on my list has enough pieces that there's a slight chance they could trade for Davis. It may be unlikely, but not impossible. 1. Milwaukee Bucks In theory, the Bucks could send a package of Khris Middleton, Malcolm Brogdon, Thon Maker, and draft picks to the Pelicans. This isn't the best package possible, but NBA GMs can be unpredictable in their decisions sometimes. Anyways, let's focus
With the NBA trade deadline only weeks away, teams have to consider what they need. Some teams barely need to make a move, while this deadline is make-or-break for other teams. I already went through a few potential landing spots for players on the move, but this list is more comprehensive. Here are every Western Conference team's needs at the trade deadline: Golden State Warriors: Depth After DeMarcus Cousin's return, the Warriors reminded the NBA just how unfair life is sometimes. The Warriors will likely cruise to their third straight NBA championship, but if they felt compelled to make a trade they could use more depth. Currently, the Warriors bench consists of aging veterans such as Andre Iguodala, Jonas Jerebko, and Shaun Livingston.