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Anthony Davis Will Be Back With Lakers Next Season, Not Chicago Bulls: Report

Anthony Davis is not even close to leaving Los Angeles Lakers and will return next season despite rumours linking him with a move to Chicago Bulls.

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Anthony Davis' trade to LA Lakers ahead of the start of the 2019-20 NBA season was received with much joy by the Lakers fan base. Starring alongside LeBron James, Anthony Davis impressed over the course of the season as Lakers were pushing for a spot in the NBA playoffs. With the league being suspended since March, Lakers management has been sorting contract deals with various players, including Anthony Davis. 

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Lakers star Anthony Davis will be back with Lakers next season, not Chicago Bulls

There are rumours doing the rounds that Anthony Davis could be heading to Chicago Bulls on a free agency trade. However, those rumours seem to be baseless with Anthony Davis expected to step onto the basketball court as a Lakers players next season. Kyle Goon of the OC Register believes that Lakers have done enough to hold on to their star player as he was quoted as saying “By any measure, this is the top priority of the summer given what the Lakers had to give up to get him. Most in league circles believe that work is largely done – that L.A. is where Davis wanted to be, LeBron James is the teammate he wanted to have, and that the Lakers have done enough to sell him on a future with the franchise.”

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