Davis teammates and Curry also complimented Amazing performance
Anthony Davis (29, Los Angeles Lakers) was recognized by Stephen Curry (34, Golden State Warriors), the “captain,” following Dennis Schroeder (29) and Malik Beasley (26).
The Lakers won the game against the Golden State Warriors (hereinafter referred to as the Golds) on the 6th (Korea Standard Time) by 113-105 and 8 points.
Davis stood out even among Lakers players who played well on the day. He scored 39 points, eight rebounds, six assists, and two blocks against Goles, where Draymond Green, the league’s top defender, and Kevin Rooney, a defensive big man, hold out.
Davis, who had not had a jumper in the meantime, performed everything he could in the attack, including simply scoring points, mid-range jumpers, pick and roll drivers and handlers.
Above all, with LeBron James absent for weeks due to tendon problems and DiAngelo Russell unable to come forward due to ankle pain, Davis showed a tremendous performance as expected by the Lakers.
And praise from teammates who watched Davis’ performance from the side continued.
Beasley shared his thoughts on Davis in an interview with NBA YouTube on the morning of the 7th.
Beasley said he was starting to develop a chemical reaction with Davis and compared playing with him to playing with other big men.
“Sometimes Davis has become the one who handles the ball instead of me,” Beasley said. “I’m going to set the screen for him and I can match smaller defenders,” he said.
“We’re still playing two-man games and every game is getting better,” Beasley said. “I realized that when he acts with me, he can be more of a threat to each other,” explaining the difference between the other Big Man and Davis.
Schroeder, who identified Davis as an already outstanding player, continued to praise him. “If he turns on the attack mode, it will be hard to stop him,” Schroeder said, explaining that Davis, who is active, is a scary creature.
In addition, Schroeder said, “Draymond Green is one of the best defenders in the league, but Davis is always going to be a top five player in the world, so he made a great play there. We need him,” he praised.
Curry, who said the reason for the loss of the game was that he fired a lot of three-point shots, praised Davis for “playing an amazing game tonight 사설토토
Meanwhile, Davis, who regained his physical condition, has been active with an average of 33.8 points, 11.8 rebounds, 3 assists, 3 block field throw success rate of 54.7% (21.5 attempts), 3 point success rate of 30% (2.5 attempts), and 77.6% (12.3 attempts) in the last 4 games.