Lakers big man Anthony Davis was recently seen going down on the court during the matchup against the Golden State Warriors on Saturday. He exited the court with a gingerly walk, seeking support and assistance.
Davis, who has been dealing with a hip injury since the start of this season, discussed the state of his injury after the game in a post-game interview. He shared updates on his health and talked about his future.
Anthony Davis injury update
Anthony Davis, who recently shared his views on the poor performance of his team, was seen exiting the game against the Warriors in a gingerly walk with the help of the Lakers staff. Davis has been suffering from a hip injury that has been bothering him since the start of this season. He has been in and out of many matches as the Lakers’ management decided to give him proper rest in between matches.
After the game against the Dubs ended, AD shared his thoughts on his injury in a post-game interview. When asked if the same hip injury was bothering him during the match and if he was fine, Davis said, “Earlier this year? Yes, I am good. I’m good.”
He continued to discuss the performance of his teammates and even applauded Warriors ace Stephen Curry for his strong presence on the court and his abilities. After exiting the game, AD came back to make a floater in the final quarter with almost 9 minutes left on the clock.
LeBron James secures Lakers win following AD’s exit
After his partner Anthony Davis left for the locker room, Lakers’ ace Lebron James took the responsibility of guiding his team on the path of victory. The game was a thrilling spectacle for the fans as it went on to two overtimes. However, in the end, the Lakers were able to push past the Warriors to grab a victory for themselves with a final score of 145-144.
LeBron James was the forefront of that victory with 36 points, 20 rebounds, and 12 assists, scoring a phenomenal triple-double. He set a new record at the match by becoming the oldest player to achieve a triple double with 30+ points.
James who recently turned 39 is proving every week why he is considered as the Greatest of All Time by many people. He is still putting up numbers which everyone thought was impossible for a man in his late thirties.
What do you think of Anthony Davis’ injury? Do you think that AD should take some rest and comeback fully recovered instead of pushing himself? We are eager to know your thoughts, so drop down in the comments and let us know.