New Orleans Pelicans basketball operations executive vice president David Griffin has just given teams who are interested in Anthony Davis a glimpse of what the best offer should look like. Reports claimed it should involve two first-round picks and some All-Star players.

A solid update on Anthony Davis talks has just hit the NBA atmosphere as the Pelicans have reportedly became specific with what they want in exchange for Davis.

Just a few days ago, league sources insisted that the Pelicans will pursue Boston Celtics star Jayson Tatum along with Marcus Smart and some bench players from the team. The said rumor also suggests that a draft pick may be involved  should the Celtics and Pelicans come to terms for Davis, Lakers Nation reported.

And now, ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski reported Monday that Pelicans executive VP for basketball operations David Griffin has provided “the framework” of the offer the Pelicans want in exchange for Davis.

Reports claim that the Pelicans are opting for a mix of an All-Star player, young player with an All-Star skillset and lastly two first-round picks. It was also noted that these demands are on a “sliding scale” which basically means if the offer for the All-Star players will be better, the demand for the draft picks could be negotiable, Yahoo Sports reported.

With that on the table, sources assume that the Celtics, being one of the teams mostly involved with the recent Davis talks, could possibly be the team that can provide the demands of the Pelicans. Due to the fact that NOLA is already said to be interested in Tatum and Smart, the C’s can devise a trade offer which involves Tatum, Smart and Jaylen Brown. Those names can fall under the category of young players with All-Star potential.

Plus, Celtics could use Al Horford and Gordon Hayward who is a former All-Star, as bargaining chips as well. Not to mention that the team also has three first-rounders this year which could really entice the Pelicans.

However, now that NOLA has become laid out the specifics of their demands, it is not impossible for teams such as Lakers and Knicks to also design a trade offer. Not to mention that those two teams are the teams reportedly pursuing Davis this past few weeks.

After all, this Pelicans statement about their desired trade offer will only be another page to the Davis free agency story. At least until a team can finally make an official offer.

Marc Gasol Anthony Davis Anthony Davis #23 of the New Orleans Pelicans drives the ball around Marc Gasol #33 of the Memphis Grizzlies at Smoothie King Center on January 07, 2019 in New Orleans, Louisiana. Photo: Chris Graythen/Getty Images