LeBron James Delivers Strong Message to Anthony Davis

LeBron James and Anthony Davis make the toughest duo in the NBA. Unfortunately, they didn’t get a chance to play a lot of time together in 2021-22. Both players missed significant time due to their injuries. Lakers fans really hope that the team won’t go through another disappointing season.

There’s one issue though. Lakers fans are a bit worried about Davis’ offseason activities. The big man said he hadn’t shot a basketball since April 5. Most fans believe that he spends most of his time in the gym and on courts. Well, Davis has a plan. He takes his time to rest and recover and sharpens his skill at the end of his recovery process.

LeBron has zero concerns about his teammate. Moreover, he believes that AD will unleash his full potential in the upcoming season. He shared a highlight video of Davis, remind the world of his power.

“Get It Twisted if you want too! I’m due time he’ll remind you once again why he’s HIM!!!” James noted in a June 15, 2022 Instagram post. “And I can’t wait for it to be unleashed! 😤😤😤〰️”

LeBron James is not the only one to support Anthony Davis

King James will always support Davis and the big man is getting support from NBA shooting coach Lethal Shooter. He shared a video of him and AD and yes, they did a great job together.

“Great workout today getting my brother @antdavis23 ready for next season,” Lethal Shooter noted via a June 15 Instagram post. “It’s been over a year and a half since we locked in! God is truly good to help others master The Art of Shooting. BROTHER 4 LIFE! -Stay locked in!🎯”

When healthy, AD is one of the best players in the NBA. The Lakers have a new head coach and Darvin Ham has great plans for his roster. He trusts LeBron, but definitely wants to see more from Davis. Should we say he is a bit concerned about his consistency? Absolutely.

“I think he’s the key, like he’s the key,” Ham explained during his June 6 press conference. “We’ve all seen what can happen when he’s healthy, when he’s playing at a high level. …He’s going to be the main piece, the centerpiece of it [the Lakers defense].

“LeBron is always going to be great. LeBron is going to be LeBron. Russ is going to be Russ, but we need consistency out of Anthony Davis. We need him to be healthy. We need him to be in a good mental space, and we need him to be [as] consistent as possible, back to playing that championship-type basketball, at that level. And we’re gonna do everything in our power to support him and give him whatever he needs and keep him moving forward and, again, getting strong as the season gets longer.”