LeBron James welcomes Anthony Davis to Klutch Sports Group

Anthony Davis has officially signed with Klutch Sports which represents Le Bron James

Anthony Davis has officially signed with Klutch Sports which represents Le Bron James

As Davis positions himself for those discussions with new Orleans, he's chose to change agencies, signing on with Rich Paul and Klutch Sports, whose most notable clients are LeBron James, Ben Simmons, and John Wall.

Anthony Davis has officially signed with Klutch Sports, which represents LeBron James.

Davis parted ways with his longtime agent Thad Foucher on September 8.

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Davis is now set to make $25.4 million this season in the third year of a five-year, $127 million deal.

Now that Davis is part of Klutch Sports, there are plenty of Laker fans who are saying Davis is going to sign with Los Angeles or get traded there.

Davis can be a free agent in 2020 and while New Orleans can give him the most money on his contract, turning down slightly more money to move to a different situation isn't exactly a rarity in the league.

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While the Pelicans are coming off a season in which they reached the National Basketball Association playoffs, their roster no longer includes key contributors DeMarcus Cousins and Rajon Rondo.

In addition to Davis and James, Paul also represents Kentavious Caldwell-Popt, Ben Simmons and John Wall, among others. Though, they were without Cousins since January due to an Achilles injury.

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