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ANTHONY DAVIS RUMORS

Anthony Davis 'Loves' Situation With Pelicans

Anthony Davis believes that the New Orleans Pelicans are on the "right path" and is confident they will make the postseason this year. "We know what we got in this locker room," Davis said. "We know what direction we want to go in and our identity to be." The Pelicans are 7-6 this season. Davis is pleased with his current situation with the Pelicans. Davis will make $7 million in...
Via RealGM
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Considering Anthony Davis as an MVP candidate on a lottery team

Making a case for Anthony Davis as the MVP, even if the New Orleans Pelicans miss the playoffs Watch Anthony Davis play, and it’s easy to get caught up making projections. Phrases like “MVP” and “future Hall of Famer” get thrown around, often very prematurely, yet with Davis it’s hard not to hear those words and think it just might be possible. Davis is only in Year...
Via The Lottery Mafia
1 day ago  |  Discuss

New Orleans Pelicans: Anthony Davis Is the Best Player in the NBA

(February 13, 2014 – Source: Christian Petersen/Getty Images North America) New Orleans Pelicans: Anthony Davis Is the Best Player in the NBA By Tashan Reed: Lead Writer At Hoopstuff… A 6’10” 240 pound beast with a unibrow is terrorizing the NBA and there’s nothing that anyone can do to stop it. Sounds like a pretty good horror movie plot right? Okay, probably not, but...
Via HoopStuff
1 day ago  |  Discuss

DeMarcus Cousins wins this round vs. Anthony Davis

In this week’s MVP rankings, DeMarcus Cousins pulls ahead. It was just a week ago that Anthony Davis and Cousins combined for 52 points — 28 for Davis and 24 for Cousins. These are your two front runners for MVP. Their teams are not necessarily considered Playoff teams. The Pelicans are off to a 7-6 and the Kings are 9-5. The Kings hold down the seven seed and the Pelicans are...
Via Crossover Chronicles
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Why can’t the Pelicans play defense?

Anthony Davis is a stud in the NBA. Its next rising star. Everyone sees this. Everyone sees his soaring blocks and monstrous numbers. His dynamic offensive game that is a mix of speed, size and power with finesse around the rim and an underrated, improving jumper. This is a dominant player in the making that everyone in the NBA will be worry about for the next decade. That goes...
Via Crossover Chronicles
5 days ago  |  Discuss

Anthony Davis: A Statistical Anomoly

Something weird happened at the end of the Pelicans game earlier this week against the Trailblazers.  It wasn’t that the Pelicans blew a 12 point lead or that they were outscored by 21 points in the 4th quarter or that Anthony Davis blocked a fadeaway jump shot from a guy that is nearly 7 feet tall.  It was the weird feeling I got when the game was over.  It felt like a...
Via Analytics Game
7 days ago  |  Discuss

Anthony Davis and Pelicans are going to see more TV time

The NBA season isn’t even a month old, but already the association’s television partners are putting some flex scheduling into action.  ESPN announced that the network was swapping out a scheduled Knicks-Spurs game scheduled for December 10th and replacing it with Pelicans-Mavericks. In years past, flexing into Pelicans games would be inconceivable (partly because Pelicans...
Via Awful Announcing
7 days ago  |  Discuss

Anthony Davis – Portland Trail Blazers Killer

The Portland Trail Blazers stormed back heroically to beat the New Orleans Pelicans in the fourth quarter of Monday’s 102-93 victory. They trailed by 15 in the fourth quarter only to deliver a gritty, confident last eight minutes of the game that peaked with Damian Lillard hitting a highlight three (again) from the top of the key with less than two minutes to play. I give the Blazers...
Via Oregon Sports News
9 days ago  |  Discuss

Just how good can Anthony Davis be?

Just how good is Anthony Davis? That’s not really a fair question. See, for the past two years, New Orleans has stuck him with a mishmash of ball-dominant guards, shoot-first big men, one-dimensional wings, and Austin Rivers. As far as thoughtful roster construction went, New Orleans was at the bottom of the barrel. But now? Things have changed. Davis played over 40 percent of...
Via The Sports Post
October 27, 2014  |  Discuss
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