New Orleans Pelicans star Anthony Davis's father says he does not want his son to play for the Boston Celtics if they want to buy him over the bar this summer.
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"I would never want my son playing for Boston after what they did to Isaiah Thomas," Anthony Davis senior told ESPN on Friday, referring to the former Celtics Star Point Guard, who was treated under his recovery from a hip injury to Kyrie Irving. "No loyalty, Guy gives his heart and soul and they acted on him."
Davis senior clarified that this is his opinion only and that he can not speak for his son.
"This is just my opinion, not Anthony's," he said. "I've just seen things with Boston over the years and there is no loyalty."
Davis asked for a trade with the Pelicans earlier this week, despite having a full season left. He has not set any preferred goals.
The Celtics are one of his often-cited candidates, but they are hindered from trading for him by the collective agreement for this summer until this summer.
Thomas was traded by the Celtics to Cleveland in Cleveland in 2016 as part of the deal that brought Irving to Boston. He recovered from a severe hip injury.