The MVP talks golf with Obama and his adorable daughter Riley cameos.
AD with the coldest buzzer beater of the year yet…
The Anthony Davis love around the league is at an all-time high after the Pelicans all-star has dominated this November. Last night was a career night for AD as his 43 points became a new career high. He was ultra efficient too, getting that total on 16-23 shooting and adding 14 boards en route to a comfortable win in Utah.
The video above pulls out all of Davis’ baskets and highlights from the game, which is a mix of quick dunks and pure mid-range shooting. He comes off a couple of these like a shooting guard, which is the most impressive thing to me about his game last night. The league is in good hands with this Chicagoan for years to come!
The big game from last nite in the Association was the undefeated Warriors versus the undefeated Rockets. The two teams clashed with the Warriors coming out on top 98-87 for their fifth victory of the year. Leading the way was Steph Curry, who poured in a season-high 34 points, adding 10 rebounds, 5 assists, and 4 steals.
As you can see in the highlights above, Curry put the whole repertoire on display. Crafty dribble moves to get to the cup or the ounce of separation he needs for the ultra quick release. I counted about 4 or 5 shots I had to rewind so I just watched the highlights a couple times. Uncanny release. The Warriors are forreal this season. Look for them versus the Suns tonite to see if they can make it 6.
In other news, the superstar-to-be is here now, as Anthony Davis hits a big game-winner vs. the champion Spurs. He wouldn’t be denied for this layup with 6 seconds left, which proved to keep the Pelicans on top for an impressive road win.
Anthony Davis, the must-watch all-star of 2014-15. You cemented it in the first game. Ha!
The NBA regular season is back and so are your daily highlights. Taking the feature tonight is the Pelicans all-star who put up an absurd line en route to a W.
*nods head* The full highlights are above considering many of us were watching the Mavs/Spurs, if at all. You don’t have to watch all of them, but at least watch the first play and look how far Davis takes off from. Casual.
Also, this cool pic: