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NBA Trade Rumors: Anthony Davis to Los Angeles Clippers, DeAndre Jordan to New Orleans Pelicans in four-player deal?

HNGN Tuesday, 29 November 2016
NBA Trade Rumors: Anthony Davis to Los Angeles Clippers, DeAndre Jordan to New Orleans Pelicans in four-player deal?Anthony Davis is one of the best players in the NBA right now. But the Pelicans’ struggles are preventing him from going to the next level. Is the Los Angeles Clippers the right team for Davis?
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