He has been a crucial part of the team since arriving a few seasons ago and he has helped the franchise earn its 17th championship.
However, Davis’ time in LA has been filled with far too many injuries, sidelining him again and again and impairing the team when it needs him most.
AD in the Lakers facility. 💪
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The latest image of the star during the offseason is very promising, showing him looking incredibly toned, strong, and seemingly healthy.
Fans are eager to see Davis back in fine form on the court, free of the physical limitations that have plagued him for years.
If the Lakers are able to have a good season, it’ll be because Davis is doing well again.
Last season, Davis averaged 23.2 points, 9.9 rebounds, and 3.1 assists.
Those are great totals but he only participated in 40 games due to various injuries.
One year before, in the 2020-21 season, Davis only played 36 games.
In fact, Davis has only played more than 50 games with the Lakers for one season, the season they ended up champions.
There has been talk of changing the way that AD works out and trains but we don’t know what behind-the-scenes moves the team has undertaken.
Whatever they do, hopefully, it results in Davis being a part of more games.
When he’s healthy, he is one of the best big men in the league and can be downright dominant.
With a healthy body and a new coach, Davis might be on the verge of something great.