Davis, who is showing great ups and downs, goes to Game 4.
The Los Angeles Lakers will play against the Golden State Warriors in the 2023 NBA Playoffs Round 2, Game 4 at the Los Angeles Crypto.com Arena on the 9th (Korean time).
The Lakers won the 3rd game with Anthony Davis scoring 25 points, 13 rebounds and 4 blocked shots. Although there were not as many field goal attempts as 10, he played aggressively enough to get 12 free throws.
Despite his strong performances, Lakers fans still have doubts about Davis. This is because there is a question mark on whether his performance will continue to the next game.토스카지노
In this playoff season, Davis is showing serious ups and downs in offense to the extent that it is said that he becomes a different person in each game. He scored more than 20 points in all odd-numbered games until games 1, 3, and 5 of the first round and games 1 and 3 of the second round, but never scored more than 20 points in an even game.
-Anthony Davis This playoff scoring record
Round 1: 22 points – 13 points – 31 points – 12 points – 31 points – 16 points
Round 2: 30 points – 11 points – 25 points
In the regular season, unlike the defensive performance, the offense was somewhat Davis, who showed a jagged appearance. In the playoffs, this situation became more severe. Local experts also expressed regret about Davis’ serious ups and downs.
ESPN commentator Jay Williams said, “Anthony Davies’s highs are at the level of Nicola Jokic and Joel Embiid, or maybe even better. But at the bottom, he’s at JaVale McGee. difficult,” he said.
‘TNT’ commentator Charles Barkley also pointed out, “If Davis plays a great game, the Lakers will win Game 4. But he will also have a bad game in Game 4. A great player is talented, steady, and has no ups and downs.” .
According to Davis’ bizarre odd-even rule, Game 4 will be worse than Game 3. For the Lakers, if they give up Game 4, it becomes a tricky situation as the series goes back to square one and leaves two away games.
Will Davis be able to get off the rollercoaster and lead the team to victory? Much is at stake in his hand.