The Anthony Davis Growth Chart Is Freaky In A Steve Rogers/Captain America Kind Of Way
Kind of reminds you of this:
The Pelicans played Warriors on TNT on Thursday, and besides Anthony Davis' standout performance there wasn't much to talk about with New Orleans' effort. Golden State (16-2) won 112-85 in a game that wasn't that close.
Davis had 30 points and 15 rebounds with 3 blocks, 3 assists and 2 steals and generally showed the world how amazing he is, and is going to be.
Also, this happened. Yes, the Warriors' Stephen Curry threw a behind-the-back pass to Klay Thompson in the corner, and started celebrating before Thompson shot the 3. It went in. The Warriors now have the best record in the NBA.
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