No one is happy with their laurels, James said he still has work to do for Anthony Davis during their locker room celebrations last night.
The double-hitting of LeBron-AD was too much for any team they faced to deal with this postseason. The duo averaged 55 points, 21 rebounds and 13 assists in this year’s playoffs.
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The percentage of the field goals of AD of 57.1% is by far the highest score in his career. He was also a border elite from the territory with 3 points, making over 38% of his attempts.
LeBron reminds Anthony Davis of the rest of the championships they have to win
After winning 4 championship rings and 4 MVP trophy finals, LeBron is no stranger to post-season success. He now has the second highest number of final MVP titles, next to a man whose shadow is chasing.
LeBron James and Anthony Davis are the first pair of teammates to average 25 PPG to 50% FG in the same postseason in NBA history. pic.twitter.com/kz391MLhBM
– Dave McMenamin (@mcten) October 12, 2020
Although he is 35 and continues at 36, LeBron seems more outspoken than most youngsters entering the league. Not surprisingly, he wants to win more trophies on the line. He told AD so much.
“We still have work to do,” were the words Chris Haynes said the duo had spoken to. Given Haynes’ closeness to Klutch Sports and LeBron James, this seems to coincide with what they want the public to hear.
The re-signing with the Lakers will allow AD to take the reins of a LeBron champion caliber team over time. Except for a bad game 3, AD had monstrous finals.
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He would be the MVP of the final in most other series, given his performances at the defensive end. AD was actually the duo’s most dominant player in all 3 previous rounds.
It is logical that they are looking to a future strewn with more rings.