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BBNBA: Anthony Davis is Making My Brain Hurt

Anthony Davis continues his reign of terror on the rest of the NBA, posting 53 points in a win over the Phoenix Suns. (Tyler Kaufman/NBAE via Getty Images)

Anthony Davis continues his reign of terror on the rest of the NBA, posting 53 points in a win over the Phoenix Suns. (Tyler Kaufman/NBAE via Getty Images)


There isn’t an adjective in the English dictionary that can properly describe what Anthony Davis is doing to the rest of the basketball world. If anyone thinks of one that can accurately sum up his play over the last two weeks, try again, because it isn’t good enough.

Here’s a quick overview of Anthony Davis’ last six games:

That is insane. I have no words (although I will soon). Davis is amazing, an MVP candidate, and basketball king.

Before my infatuation with Davis goes too far, he wasn’t the only former Wildcat with a big game last night.

Devin Booker, who dropped 40-points, 10 rebounds, and seven assists performance AGAINST Davis and the New Orleans Pelicans, is the forgotten man of the night. Booker had one of the best night’s of his career, but it doesn’t matter when Davis is doing what he’s doing (okay I promise I’m done talking about AD).

The Sacramento Kings trio of Cauley-Stein, Fox, and Labissiere scored a combined 50 points in a losing effort to Karl-Anthony Towns (who posted 26 points and 17 rebounds) and the Minnesota Timberwolves.

Check out the rest of the stats below.


PlayerResult PointsFG (3FG)Reb.Ast.StealsBlocksTOs+/-Mins.
Anthony Davis (NOP)125-116 W vs. PHX5316-29 (0-1)183151+938
Devin Booker (PHX)116-125 L @ NOP4014-28 (3-10)107103-340
Karl-Anthony Towns (MIN)118-100 W @ SAC269-10 (0-0)174225+2138
Skal Labissiere (SAC)100-118 L vs. MIN208-11 (1-3)40100-2031
Julius Randle (LAL)123-104 W @ ATL198-13 (0-0)102113+1529
Willie Cauley-Stein (SAC)100-118 L vs. MIN177-13 (0-0)53002-629
Andrew Harrison (MEM)98-109 L @ BOS144-12 (0-5)77001-132
De'Aaron Fox (SAC)100-118 L vs. MIN135-9 (3-4)25002-1327
Patrick Patterson (OKC)112-105 W vs. ORL114-4 (2-2)23001+1216
Enes Kanter (NYK)111-125 L vs. GSW105-9 (0-0)70001-1517
Rajon Rondo (NOP)125-116 W vs. PHX62-9 (0-2)512005+1835
Darius Miller (NOP)125-116 W vs. PHX52-6 (1-5)33101+226
DeAndre Liggins (NOP)125-116 W vs. PHX31-1 (1-1)11000-77
Alex Poythress (IND)103-109 L @ DALDNP-CD----------------
Dakari Johnson (OKC)112-105 W vs. ORLDNP-CD----------------
Tyler Ulis (PHX)116-125 L @ NOPDNP-Back----------------
Nerlens Noel (DAL)109-103 W vs. INDDNP-Thumb----------------
DeMarcus Cousins (NOP)125-116 W vs. PHXDNP-Achillies----------------


Tonight in the NBA

7:00: Bulls @ Hornets (Kidd-Gilchrist, Monk)

7:00: Nets @ Cavaliers

7:30: Sixers @ Heat (Adebayo)

8:00 (TNT): Wizards (Meeks) @ Bucks (Bledsoe)

10:00: Kings (Cauley-Stein, Fox, Labissiere) @ Trail Blazers

10:30 (TNT): Clippers @ Nuggets (Murray, Lyles)

Player to watch

Tonight’s player to watch is Miami Heat forward Bam Adebayo. Adebayo is playing superb basketball for a rookie, slowly moving his way up the Heat player power rankings. Averaging 9.3 points and 6.3 rebounds over his last 10 games, Adebayo is quickly becoming a fan favorite in Miami and a realistic piece they can build their future around. A matchup against Joel Embiid and the Philadelphia 76ers should be an exciting test for the 20-year old. But, honestly, I wouldn’t blame you if you spent all day watching Anthony Davis highlights (which is exactly what I’ll be doing).


Article written by Zack Geoghegan

Recruiting reporter for KSR. Follow me on Twitter: @ZGeogheganKSR

9 Comments for BBNBA: Anthony Davis is Making My Brain Hurt

  1. kenforkentucky
    1:18 pm February 27, 2018 Permalink

    You should see a doctor about your brain.

  2. UKfanman01
    1:23 pm February 27, 2018 Permalink

    Eh Anthony Davis is overrated, per Skip Bayless… wonder what he has to say now?

  3. jduty
    1:31 pm February 27, 2018 Permalink

    So AD is the most overrated NBA player….

    1:46 pm February 27, 2018 Permalink

    Imagine what Davis’ numbers would be if Boogie hadn’t been traded… Between the two of them, I believe they averaged close to 60/70-points most game.

    • stratblend
      2:19 pm February 27, 2018 Permalink

      Boogie is injured. Not traded.

  5. Al B. Frank
    3:55 pm February 27, 2018 Permalink

    Isn’t James Young with the 76ers?

  6. Ridge Runner
    8:05 pm February 27, 2018 Permalink

    AD making Rondo get back in his old groove averaging ten dimes a game too. Anthony is really tearing it up no doubt

  7. Grateful Day Farm
    8:48 am February 28, 2018 Permalink

    I like the way you write. Good stuff.