Los Angeles Lakers forward Anthony Davis says that he hasn't ruled out playing for his hometown Chicago Bulls one day before he retires.
This past weekend, Davis hosted a youth basketball camp in his hometown and was asked about basketball in Chicago and if he would ever consider coming back playing in Chi-town.
"I mean, (this is) definitely (my) hometown," he said, according to the Chicago Tribune. "If the opportunity ever presents itself and when that time comes, I'd definitely consider it."
"A lot of these kids are from the same neighborhoods that I'm from. And so to have someone come back that they can relate to, I think that's a huge impact on them," Davis said.
Davis was traded to the Los Angeles Lakers last month in a blockbuster deal that sent Lonzo Ball, Josh Hart, Brandon Ingram, three first-round picks and a pick swap to the Pelicans. The star will be a free agent next summer.
In a limited amount of time last year, Anthony Davis still managed to average 25.9 points, 12.0 rebounds, 3.9 assists and 2.4 blocked shots.
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