Davis posted 34 points (13-26 FG, 1-2 3Pt, 7-9 FT), 19 rebounds, one assist, four blocks and one steal across 46 minutes during Golden State's 113-104 win over the Pelicans in Game 5 of their Western Conference semifinal-round playoff series.
Davis' scoring and rebounding totals once again paced the Pelicans in what turned out to be a season-ending defeat. The perennial All-Star did all he could in the series, averaging 27.8 points, 14.8 rebounds, 2.0 assists, 2.2 blocks and 2.2 steals across 40.8 minutes over the five games against the Warriors, and he posted a double-double in all nine of New Orleans' playoff contests. Set to once again form a dominant frontcourt duo with DeMarcus Cousins (Achilles) next season, Davis will look to help the franchise build on what was undoubtedly a positive 2017-18 campaign overall.
Davis had 26 points (8-22 FG, 1-4 3PT, 3-4 FT), 12 rebounds and and two blocks in Sunday's Game 4 loss to the Warriors.
Coming off of a monster Game 3, Davis was held in check, for the most part, Sunday, as he struggled from the floor and committed a game-high six turnovers. While Davis was a perfect 10-of-10 at the free throw line, he missed all three of his three-point attempts and is now 5-of-20 from distance in the playoffs.
Davis finished with 33 points (15-27 FG, 1-3 3Pt, 2-3 FT), 18 rebounds, four steals and three assists in 40 minutes during Friday's 119-100 victory over Golden State.
Davis was a beast Friday, leading the Pelicans to an impressive Game Three victory over the Warriors. He had his way on the interior, scoring at will against the Warriors defense. The fact he had no blocked shots was merely an anomaly and demonstrates his ability to dominate a game without his rim protecting prowess. Game Four is in New Orleans on Sunday and Davis is going to need to be at his best once again as the Warriors look to rebound and steal the victory.
Davis totaled 25 points (12-24 FG, 1-3 3Pt), 15 rebounds, five assists, three blocks and two steals across 43 minutes during New Orleans' 121-116 loss to the Warriors in Game 2 of their Western Conference semifinal-round series.
Davis tied Jrue Holiday in shot attempts on the Pelicans while pacing the team in both scoring and rebounding. Moreover, the big man's work on the glass represented his best of the Pelicans' six postseason contests thus far.The multi-time All-Star has a pair of double-doubles to open the series, but even his gargantuan efforts have not been sufficient to garner a victory. He'll look to continue providing a similar caliber of production when New Orleans tries to cut their series deficit in half in Friday's Game 3.
Davis produced 21 points (9-20 FG, 0-1 3Pt, 3-4 FT), 10 rebounds, three steals and two blocks across 34 minutes during New Orleans' 123-101 loss to the Warriors in Game 1 of their Western Conference second-round playoff series.
Davis' scoring and rebounding totals both led the Pelicans on the night, but he saw a relative reduction in minutes due to the Warriors owning a sizable second-half lead. The All-Star big man also suffered a fall late in the first half that appeared to cause temporary discomfort in his left hand, but Davis was able to remain in the game. However, his presence was nowhere near enough to help keep the contest competitive. Davis will look to up his contributions when New Orleans looks to bounce back in Tuesday's Game 2.
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