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Los Angeles Lakers | #3 | Forward-Center

Anthony

Davis

PPG

28.6

RPG

12.8

APG

2.6

PIE

20.1

HEIGHT

6'10" (2.08m)

WEIGHT

253lb (115kg)

COUNTRY

USA

LAST ATTENDED

Kentucky

AGE

29 years

BIRTHDATE

March 11, 1993

DRAFT

2012 R1 Pick 1

EXPERIENCE

10 Years

6'10" | 253lb | 29 years

DRAFT

2012 R1 Pick 1

BIRTHDATE

March 11, 1993

COUNTRY

USA

LAST ATTENDED

Kentucky

EXPERIENCE

10 Years

Player Bio

PROFESSIONAL CAREER

NBA Champion (2020) ... Eight-time NBA All-Star (2014-21) ... All-Star Game MVP (2017) ... Four-time All-NBA First Team selection (2015, 2017, 2018 & 2020) ... Has been named to the NBA’s All-Defensive Team four times (First Team in 2018 & 2020; Second Team in 2015 & 2017) ... All-Rookie First Team selection (2013) ... Three-time NBA blocks leader (2014, 2015, 2018) ... Helped the United States win a gold medal at the 2016 Rio Olympics and a gold medal at the 2014 FIBA World Cup in Madrid ... Two-time Western Conference Player of the Month ... Seven-time Western Conference Player of the Week ... Has appeared in 564 NBA games (559 starts) for Los Angeles and New Orleans ... Owns career averages of 23.9 points, 10.2 rebounds, 2.3 assists, 1.4 steals and 2.3 blocks in 34.4 minutes ... Shot 51.4 percent (5005-9739) from the field ... Has scored in double figures in 520 games, including 369 games with 20+, 155 games with 30+, 36 games with 40+ and four 50-point games ... Grabbed double-digit rebounds in 315 games, including 86 games with 15+ and 10 games with 20+ rebounds ... Blocked multiple shots in 360 games, including 65 games with 5+, nine games with 8+ and one 10-block game ... Tallied 311 career double-doubles, including one triple-double ... Playoffs: Has appeared in 39 playoff games (all starts) for the Lakers and Pelicans, averaging 27.3 points, 10.3 rebounds, 2.8 assists, 1.3 steals and 1.8 blocks in 37.0 minutes ... Shot 53.8 percent (383-712) from the field ... Scored in double figures in 37 playoff games, including 32 games with 20+ points, 16 games with 30+ and two 40-point games ... Blocked multiple shots in 24 games ... Tallied 26 double-doubles ... Career Transactions: Selected by the New Orleans Hornets with the first overall pick in the 2012 NBA Draft ... Signed a multi-year extension with New Orleans on July 9, 2015 ... Acquired by the Lakers in exchange for Lonzo Ball, Josh Hart, Brandon Ingram, the draft rights to De’Andre Hunter, two first round picks, a first-round pick swap right and cash to the Pelicans and Isaac Bonga, Jemerrio Jones, Moritz Wagner and a future second round draft pick to the Wizards on July 6, 2019 ... Re-signed with the Lakers on December 3, 2020

BEFORE NBA

2011-12 (Kentucky): National Champion ... Final Four Most Outstanding Player ... Consensus First Team All-American ... Wooden Award winner ... Naismith Award winner ... Rupp Trophy award winner ... AP Player of the Year ... NABC Defensive Player of the Year ... All-SEC First Team selection ... USBWA Player of the Year ... USBWA Freshman of the Year ... Sporting News Player of the Year ... SEC Rookie of the Year ... SEC Player of the Year ... SEC Defensive Player of the Year ... SEC All-Freshman Team selection ... SEC All-Defense Team selection ... Appeared in 40 games (all starts), averaging 14.2 points, 10.4 rebounds, 1.3 assists, 1.4 steals and 4.7 blocks in 32.0 minutes ... Shot 62.3 percent (210-337) from the field ... Led the NCAA in blocks (186) and blocks per game (4.7) ... Led the SEC in field goal percentage (.623), free throws (144), offensive rebounds (119), defensive rebounds (296), total rebounds (415), blocks (186) and blocks per game (4.7) ... Ranked second in the NCAA in rebounds (415), third in field goal percentage (.623) and third in defensive rebounds (296) ... Ranked second in the SEC in rebounds per game (10.4), fourth in points (567), fifth in steals (54) and ninth in points per game (14.2) ... Broke school and SEC records as well as an NCAA freshman record for blocks in a season ... Scored in double figures in 32 games, including six games with 20+ points ... Grabbed double-digit rebounds in 23 games, including four games with 15+ ... Blocked multiple shots in all 40 games, including 20 games with 5+ and eight games with 7+ ... Finished the season with 20 double-doubles ... Averaged 13.7 points, 12/3 rebounds and 4.8 blocks in the NCAA Tournament ... Tallied a career-high 28 points (10-11 FG), 11 rebounds, two steals and five blocks on 2/25 vs. Vanderbilt ... Finished with 14 points, a career-high 18 rebounds and five blocks on 12/17 vs. Chattanooga

PERSONAL LIFE

Has received the NBA Cares Community Assist Award twice (March 2016; January 2015) in recognition of his charitable efforts throughout New Orleans ... In 2014 launched “AD’s Flight Academy” which consisted of monthly events with various groups in the Greater-New Orleans area during the season ... For the holiday season, took more than 200 children from local nonprofits and gave them their very own shopping spree at Target ... Gave a mother of two from the Kingsley House the brand new Kia he was awarded for winning the 2017 NBA All-Star MVP ... Averaged 32 points, 22 rebounds, and seven blocked shots as a senior at Perspectives Charter High School in Chicago ... Named Co-MVP of the Jordan Brand Classic All-American Game with 29 points, 11 rebounds, and four blocks ... Registered 14 points, six rebounds and four blocks in the McDonald’s All-American Game ... Posted 16 points with 10 rebounds for the USA team in the Nike Hoops Summit ... One of four finalists for the Morgan Wootten National Player of the Year Award and five finalists for the Naismith Award ... A Parade first team All-American ... Named all-conference three consecutive years while in high school ... Stood just 6-3 at the start of his junior year of high school before a growth spurt took him to 6-10