Anthony Davis, 99 points in two games…Lakers, 8 wins and 2 losses in recent years
Anthony Davis finally started flying.
Davis, who was silent at the beginning of the season, is performing well in offense and defense as if he had finished warming up. Thanks to this, the Lakers also won 10 games of the season. In particular, it has recorded 8 wins and 2 losses in the last 10 games, and is on a steep rise.
Davis led his team to a 130-119 victory with 55 points and 17 rebounds in an away game against the Washington Wizards on the 5th (Korea Standard Time).
Davis made as many as 22 of his 30 field pitches on the day, and also scored all nine free throws.
Davis also scored 44 points and 10 rebounds against the Milwaukee Bucks.
As a result, Davis became the first Lakers player to set the same record in 22 years since Shaquille O’Neill set a record of at least 40 points and 10 rebounds in consecutive games in 2000.
After the game, Davis said, “I made a slow start early in the season. It was to warm up. I’m in good condition now. “My colleagues are passing the ball well to me,” he said.
LeBron James also added 29 points.
With the victory, the Lakers are almost on the verge of winning the season with 10 wins and 12 losses.
Attention is focusing on how far the Lakers’ upward trend will go.
Meanwhile, Washington’s Bradley left the court with a hamstring injury three minutes into the game.