NEW ORLEANS — Anthony Davis left fans a little confused during his NBA All-Star Game media availability Saturday in Charlotte.

Sitting down with several pundits, AD first said that a list of his trade destinations, which included the Los Angeles Lakers, New York Knicks, Los Angeles Clippers and Milwaukee Bucks, did exist.

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Then right after, in an interview with NBA TV, he said he never gave out a list of where he wanted to go and that all 29 NBA teams are on his list including the Boston Celtics, the team his dad had publicly shunned.

The awkwardness continues: Seeing a star openly talk about his desire to be traded while at the same time still intending to play for the team he wants to leave.

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"i just want to win. Big market, small market; I don't care. I just want to win. And obviously, whatever team I get traded to, play for that year, or whatever, if I get traded, I'm not sure, but, just make the best of it. And when free agency comes just make the best of it," Davis said.

Davis also says he plans on playing in Sunday's All-Star Game, despite hurting his shoulder on Thursday.

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