LeBron James and Anthony Davis reportedly didn't support the idea of the Los Angeles Lakers not making any moves at the NBA trade deadline.

ESPN's Dave McMenamin said Friday that despite Lakers general manager Rob Pelinka saying he, LeBron and AD were in "alignment" when it came to not making a trade, a source close to James and Davis said Pelinka's statement was "totally false."

The Lakers have been one of the NBA's biggest disappointments this season, as they are only 26-30, which has them in ninth place in the Western Conference.

McMenamin noted that the Lakers held trade talks with the Houston Rockets and New York Knicks, but Pelinka was against including a first-round draft pick in any trade packages.