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Anthony Davis recorded a double-double for the Lakers Saturday night, grabbing 14 rebounds and scoring 27 points (5-10 FG, 7-9 FT) while also dishing out three assists and blocking five shots in a 107-97 win over the Rockets.
Davis has been strong on both ends of the floor of late, grabbing at least 11 rebounds and scoring at least 17 points in each of his last five games for the Lakers. The superstar 30-year-old is a double-double threat for fantasy managers on a nightly basis, averaging 22.9 points and 12.5 rebounds per game while posting a 24.8% usage rate so far this season.
Anthony Davis has been listed as probable ahead of Saturday's game against the Rockets.
Davis will remain on the injury report all season, but he continues to play when listed as probable. He is coming off a 31 point performance in the Lakers' loss to the Thunder.
Anthony Davis totaled 31 points (11-18 FG, 0-1 3PT, 9-10 FT), fourteen rebounds, two assists, and two steals in the Lakers’ 133-110 loss to the Thunder.
Davis scored 31.0 points in the Lakers’ loss to the Thunder while posting his eighth consecutive double-double with 14.0 rebounds. Davis is playing sensational basketball and continues to demonstrate his elite value as a multi-categorical contributor. Barring any injury setbacks, he should be able to increase his production and further bolster his fantasy appeal. Davis is a set-it-and-forget-it in season-long leagues but doesn’t necessarily warrant prioritization in daily formats. Yes, he is balling out; however, his price point comes with a premium that heavily accounts for the possibility of his slate-breaking tendencies. Davis should be accounted for, whether in your lineup or not, as his rostering or not rostering can be a double-edged sword both ways. Consider the qualities of your build, assess your needs, and do your best to conclude whether the cost of his rostering or not rostering is worth it. Davis has a usage rate of 24.5 percent, a plus-minus of 0.5, and is averaging 35.0 minutes, 22.6 points, 12.4 rebounds, 3.3 assists, 1.1 steals, and 2.7 blocks per game while shooting 55.3 percent from the floor and 27.3 percent from beyond the arc.
Anthony Davis scored 28 points (9-15 FG, 10-13 FT) to go along with 16 rebounds, four assists, one steal and three blocks in the Lakers 133-107 win over the Pistons.
It was a big night for Davis from the start with 11 points in the first quarter. He now has seven straight games with a double-double and has also filled up the stat sheet on the defensive side in that same span. Davis continues to fill the stat sheet across the board for fantasy managers.