“So it was affecting my shot” Lakers’ star Anthony Davis’ last season poor performance reason comes as a shocking truth

Anthony Davis, the Lakers’ center, provided some insight into his recent struggles with 3-point shooting. “A lot of people don’t know this, but since January, I was battling a wrist injury the whole year, so it was affecting my shot and everything.” He said during his second day of training on Tuesday under his new coach Darvin Ham.

Lakers’ Center also said “I couldn’t follow through, anytime I followed through it was very painful. And I had to try do that over and over.”

Davis demonstrated the versatility of his skills on the Los Angeles Lakers’ path to the 2020 NBA championship by shooting over 40% from 3-point range in the NBA playoffs held in the NBA Bubble, but last season his outside shot fell off a cliff, with his 3-point percentage plunging to 18.6% and the Lakers placing 22nd in the NBA from outside the arc.

Unfortunately, Anthony also missed 42 games because of a knee and ankle injury.

He is better than ever now and can’t wait for the season to start. “I feel great. You can ask guys around here, I’m really shooting the ball. So, I’ll be ready. Wherever coach puts me on the floor, midrange, post, perimeter, if I’ve got a shot, I’m going to shoot it.” said Davis. Fans are anticipating his return to the court at his best. 


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