Davis scored 52 points (26-39 FG, 0-4 3Pt), 10 rebounds and two steals across 32 minutes to lead the Western Conference All-Stars to a 192-182 win over the Eastern Conference on Sunday.
Davis put on a show while playing on his home floor at the Smoothie King Center, establishing new All-Star Game records with 39 shot attempts and 52 points, the latter of which broke Wilt Chamberlain's previous record of 42 points, established in 1962. Perhaps the biggest news of the night for Davis occurred away from the court, as the Pelicans acquired fellow Western Conference All-Star DeMarcus Cousins from the Kings to bolster the frontline. While Davis' career-best numbers (27.7 points, 11.9 rebounds, 2.5 blocks and 2.2 assists per game) figure to take a hit with another high-usage player joining the frontcourt, the addition of Cousins should at least improve the Pelicans' chances of claiming a playoff spot.
Davis scored 32 points (11-24 FG, 1-2 3Pt, 9-9 FT) to go along with 10 rebounds, three assists, two steals and one block across 40 minutes during Sunday's 105-99 loss to the Kings.
The competition seems to be bringing out the best in Davis, who came through with a terrific performance in a head-to-head matchup against DeMarcus Cousins just two days after lighting it up against Karl-Anthony Towns. The 74 combined points over his last two games are one of Davis' top outputs of the season and he seems poised to continue his dominant play for as long as he can stay out of the trainer's room.
Davis scored 42 points (16-22, 2-3 3Pt, 8-11 FT) while adding 13 rebounds, two assists, one steal and one block across 36 minutes in Friday's 122-106 victory over the Timberwolves.
After putting up just 12 points Wednesday, Davis responded with a very efficient night from the floor Friday. The low block total is a little surprising for AD, but after six blocks Wednesday, owners can't be too disappointed with his output. He'll have a highlighted matchup Sunday in the paint against Demarcus Cousins and the Kings.
Davis tallied 12 points (4-12 FG, 4-5 FT), 10 rebounds, six blocks, two assists and one steal in 30 minutes Wednesday during a 127-94 loss to the Jazz.
Davis had an off night, missing bunnies around the rim and midrange jumpers all around the perimeter. He did block six shots, an incredible contribution on the defensive end, but the Pelicans needed his scoring to compete. And Wednesday's stinker might not be an anomaly. Davis might be showing signs of wear-and-tear from the overload of minutes he's played recently. In the five games prior to Wednesday, Davis averaged 40.2 minutes per game.
Davis scored 25 points (11-17 FG, 3-4 FT) while adding 10 rebounds, two assists, two blocks and a steal in 39 minutes during Saturday's 105-91 loss to the Wizards.
It's his fifth straight double-double and 32nd of the season, but Davis' consistently excellent production when healthy hasn't been enough to get the Pelicans into the win column, as they dropped their fourth straight game Saturday. The 23-year-old is on pace for career highs in points and boards, but it's his ability to stay on the court, not his talent level, that remains the missing piece in his arsenal.
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