In a recent interview, LeBron James expressed that he would absolutely love if 5x All-Star player, Anthony Davis, joins the Lakers team but it doesn’t seem like that will be put on Anthony’s to-do list anytime soon.

When talking about the possibility of Anthony joining the Lakers team, LeBron stated, “That would be amazing, like, duh. That would be incredible.” Word of LeBron’s praises and hopes to work with him quickly got back to Anthony who literally said that he does not care. “I don’t really care,” Davis stated of LeBron’s comments on Wednesday night after the Pelicans’ loss to the Milwaukee Bucks. “Obviously, it’s cool to hear any high-caliber player say they want to play with me. But my job is to turn this team around. If we’re 15-17, that means I’m not doing my job.”

Davis has been dedicated to the Pelicans since he landed there. He won’t be available as a free agent until 2020. This upcoming summer, Davis will be eligible for a 5-year, $239 million supermax extension contract that the Pelicans can offer a year in advance of his unrestricted free agency. The new structure of supermax deals was conceived by the player’s union and the league to help teams in smaller markets keep their superstar players, instead of seeing them run away to join a super team.