According to ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski, New Orleans Pelicans star forward Anthony Davis desires to be on a franchise that has an established track record of being well-run and has the ability to put him in the best position to win. Davis lists the San Antonio Spurs, Oklahoma City Thunder, Golden State Warriors, Cleveland Cavaliers, and Boston Celtics among the teams he sees as that type of successful, well-run franchise which he would like to be a part of. Davis is in the second season of a five-year, $127 million contract that expires in 2021. He has been patient with the Pelicans personnel problems and the franchise’s frequent missteps. He loves New Orleans and swears he doesn’t long for a major market. He does, however, long for a well-run, well-balanced franchise. He sees it with San Antonio and Oklahoma City and plans to hold his franchise accountable to find a way. Cousins’ arrival is a start, but the Pelicans are devoid of depth and developing young talent. “You look at the Warriors, Cleveland. Boston,” he said. “They lose Gordon [Hayward], they’re still playing well. KD-Steph-Draymond-Klay. They play so well with each other. They move the basketball. They don’t care who scores. Steph and Draymond are out, and they still won. KD is out. They still win.”