Anthony Davis is extremely good at basketball. One of the best in the NBA despite what his injury-depleted and otherwise talent-deficient team's record might suggest. And he had yet another fantastic performance on Thursday against the Los Angeles Lakers. According to the box score at least. The New Orleans Pelicans star scored 39 points and snagged 11 rebounds taking 25 field goal attempts and connecting on 16 of them. One of those misses however was both embarrassing and costly.
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The Golden State Warriors recently visited the White House to be acknowledged for their 2014-15 NBA championship. As you may know, President Obama is a huge fan of basketball, and especially his beloved Chicago Bulls. While introducing the team, President Obama joked that he was in the presence of one member of the greatest team in basketball history with Steve Kerr on stage. The Warriors head coach was a member of the 1995-96 Bulls team that many think of as the greatest team of all time.
With rumors swirling that they are willing to trade Michael Carter-Williams and Greg Monroe, the Milwaukee Bucks look like they're throwing in the towel on playoff contention for this year.
The Detroit Pistons are rumored to be interested in acquiring Thaddeus Young of the Brooklyn Nets for Brandon Jennings.
The Miami Heat’s biggest weakness has come in the form of shooting, but that could be about to change.
Aaron Gordon is part of the future with the Orlando Magic, but they need to prepare him to be their star with more playing time.
Kyle Lowry surely thought Damian Lillard was no longer a concern on his way to the rim, but the Portland Trail Blazers point guard had another idea.
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