The Lakers star Anthony Davis went down with yet another injury (ankle sprain) earlier this week, which jumpstarted trade rumors for the 28-year-old power forward. Fox Sports 1 analyst Chris Broussard suggested that Los Angeles finally unload the four-time All-NBA player, and proposed an insane blockbuster trade with the Miami Heat.

Broussard told co-host Rob Parker, “Somebody who works in the league, works with a lot of players, we talked after the deadline, said he would’ve done Anthony Davis for Bam Adebayo. I disagree.”

Broussard goes on to suggest an even more wild trade proposal that will make most of Heat nation balk. “I would do him for Bam and Jimmy Butler. I would do that. Look, if Miami goes out in the second round… [Heat president] Pat Riley might do that.”

“AD is better than Jimmy Butler and Bam Adebayo,” Broussard continued, “and we know pat Riley likes stars. He might do that."

Thus far this season, Adebayo is averaging 18.6 points, 10.2 rebounds, and 3.5 assists per game, while Butler, a six-time All-Star, is averaging 21.8 points, 6.4 rebounds, and 6.0 assists per game. However, the Heat, particularly Adebayo and Butler, are famous for playing very unselfish basketball.

As per Heat culture, they do whatever it takes to get that win, and Miami (38-21) enters the All-Star break sitting in first place atop the Eastern Conference.