Anthony Davis chose to skip Game 2 of the series between the Lakers and Warriors because of his outstanding performance in Game 1. I guess, sort of.
Davis just had 11 points and 7 rebounds on Thursday night despite playing 33 minutes. The Lakers lost 127-100 in the Chase Center as a result of their collective struggles.
ESPN’s Jay Williams criticized Anthony Davis for his postseason inconsistency after the Lakers’ defeat against the Warriors.
“It’s hard for me to recall a superstar in this game that has such extremes,” Williams said. “There are times when I watch AD, I’m like, your ceiling is on the level of Jokic or Embiid, maybe better. But your floor is JaVale McGee.”
"It's hard for me to recall a superstar in this game that has such extremes. There are times when I watch AD, I'm like, your ceiling is on the level of Jokić or Embiid, maybe better. But your floor is JaVale McGee."
— Get Up (@GetUpESPN) May 5, 2023
This playoffs, Davis’ focus has been on this. He was unable to continue playing at his outstanding level for the Lakers’ first-round series against the Grizzlies.
On Saturday, Davis will have a chance to recover in Game 3.
At 8:30 p.m. ET, the Lakers and Warriors will face battle.
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