Watch: LeBron James Vs. Anthony Davis 1 On 1 Single Play

Lakers superstars LeBron James and Anthony Davis make the best duo in the NBA. These two will take the Los Angeles Lakers to the NBA Finals this season. Although the big guys are all-in when it comes to winning games, LeBron and Davis know how to have some good time during their practice.

This time the duo went one on one, and this video is something you don’t want to miss.

Davis and King James had a major hand in the outcome of a recent game. Davis finished with 37 points, 13 rebounds, 4 steals, and 2 blocks, while LeBron added 22 points, 14 assists, 7 rebounds, 2 blocks, and 1 steal.

In an interview with Steve Nash, the big man talked about all the things he learned so far playing with King James.

He is still adjusting to a new situation with the Lakers. He wasn’t expected to win every night while playing for the New Orleans Pelicans. In LA, it’s the opposite.

The 26-year-old forward sat down with NBA legend Steve Nash to talk about the game he plays for the contender. He also discussed his chemistry with LeBron and his role on the team.

Davis said King James leads by example because he wants teammates to make sure their body is right.

When asked if there’s something he is still trying to figure out while playing with LeBron, Davis said:

“I’m still trying to figure out the lob passes to him. He’ll cut and he’ll be open, and I don’t think he’s open. But he’s like ‘just throw it up.” And I’m like “But you’re in year 17! You not… you don’t have it!” And he gets mad at me.”

“But our chemistry clicked right away”

  If by any chance you don’t know, a Lob Pass is a pass that is thrown in an arc over the top of a defender to get to another offensive teammate. It’s used to get the ball to a post player who is fronted.

LeBron knows that Davis arrived at the right time.

“It’s everything I expected and more. Obviously, that’s why I wanted him here. When you get a generational talent like that and you got an opportunity to get him, you just try to do whatever you can to get him.

“I gave my opinion on what I thought he could bring to this franchise. I gave my thoughts about the player—but not only the player, the person. Hopefully, they took my advice to heart. And obviously, ultimately they made the decision to do what we did in the offseason. It’s no surprise to me.”

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